How blessed we are to have so many different Bibles to turn to for different purposes! Most of us own more than one Bible - we have study Bibles, devotional Bibles, pocket Bibles, large print Bibles, and all in a wide variety of translations. I am almost embarrassed to admit how many Bibles I own!…
Book Review: To Be Made Well by Amy Julia Becker
Here is my review of Amy Julia Becker's wonderful new book on healing, "To Be Made Well: An Invitation to Wholeness, Healing, and Hope."
Book Review: An Introduction to Christian Mysticism by Jason M. Baxter
In this introduction to Christian mysticism, Baxter helps us understand why this topic is so important to the church today, and helps us to "recover the premodern vision of God in all its fierce joy and heartening wildness.”
Book Review: Thompson Chain-Reference Bible
My Review of the Thompson Chain-Reference Bible #BibleGatewayPartner
Book Review: The Wisdom Pyramid by Brett McCracken
In this insightful book, Brett McCracken offers us a helpful guide to what we should be feeding our souls in order to attain wisdom. Here is my summary and review.
Book Review: Dakota: A Spiritual Geography by Kathleen Norris
Here is my review of Dakota by Kathleen Norris.
Book Review: 3000 Miles to Jesus by Lisa Deam
What might it mean to view this life as a pilgrimage? What can we as Christians learn from pilgrims before us? These are questions that are answered in thought-provoking ways in this new book by Lisa Deam. Here is my review.
Book Review: Learning to Be by Juanita Campbell Rasmus
In this book, Pastor Juanita shares her powerful story of journeying with our loving God through depression, and offers practical help for all Christians facing depression or other mental health challenges.
Book Review: Competing Spectacles by Tony Reinke
How can Christians spiritually thrive in this media age in which we find ourselves? Tony Reinke explores this important question in his new book, "Competing Spectacles." Here is my review.
Book Review: Weep with Me by Mark Vroegop
How do we talk about racial reconciliation in a way that invites further conversation? Mark Vroegop's "Weep with Me" suggests that the biblical language of lament can be a helpful way to engage in these conversations. Here is my review of this book.