Do you like the Bible?
I didn’t ask if you read the Bible or if you believe what the Bible says. I asked if you like the Bible. Think about that for a few seconds.
I recently discovered an author and speaker, Keith Ferrin, who suggests that many of us don’t really like the Bible. We read it out of an obligation or habit but we don’t really like it, not really. If that doesn’t apply to you or if you are completely satisfied with your relationship with Jesus Christ through his love letter to you, the Bible, then there is no reason for you to read any further. Continue reading Do You Like the Bible?
I was recently given the opportunity to receive a PDF copy of Emotions by Charles Stanley if I would be willing to read it and write an honest review. I thought about it for about 3 seconds and jumped at that opportunity. As my tagline says, “I believe there is always more to be learned.” My review is what appears below.
For those who know me you know you would not describe me as being emotional. You would likely describe me as wearing my emotions up my sleeve as I generally don’t express them outwardly very often.
For that reason a book with a title of Emotions is probably not one that I would have thought would be very interesting based on the title or have caught my eye on the bookshelf of my local book store. This book is not about the “Rah! Rah! Go Team!” expression of emotions but the emotions we all feel and experience but seldom discuss with anyone else because we think we are the only ones experiencing them. Continue reading Emotions
In the OUTRAGEOUS life Dwayne Morris challenges the reader, and himself as well I believe, to live the outrageous life that God has planned for us instead of settling for any plan we can devise and try to execute on our own. God’s plan is always better and we have to have the faith to trust God that his plan is the best for us. That statement sounds weird but it is how most of us live our lives, thinking we know better than God. This book WILL challenge you – so if you don’t want to be challenged then I suggest you look for something different. Continue reading Outrageously Good
This is a first for me. Not the fact I am writing about a book I have read on my blog, but the fact I am writing about a book I am still reading on my blog. I just reached the 50% point reading The Noticer Returns by Andy Andrews on my Kindle and am enjoying the book so much I could not wait to finish the book before sharing some of my thoughts. I want you to get your own copy and enjoy this book too. That makes this an unfinished book review, but Jones is back! Continue reading Unfinished…but Jones is back!
I recently had the opportunity to read a new book by author Jeff Goins. Jeff is one of the reasons I am writing at all. He has encouraged me through his writing on the subject of writing and his blog at http://www.goinswriter.com. If you are a blog reader, and if you are reading this then I guess you are, take a look and see if his blog interests you. If you subscribe to his newsletter you can get a couple of free e-books too.
I pre-ordered The In-Between: Embracing the Tension Between Now and the Next Big Thing [A Spiritual Memoir], which allowed me to get a copy of the e-book early since the official release date is tomorrow so that is how I can review the book before it is released.
The premise of the book is revealed in the title. It is talking about the in-between times of life, where we spend most of our lives. Continue reading The In-Between
When I decided to read Carried by Angels by Phillip Hatfield I was not sure exactly what to expect. After finishing the book I no longer have to wonder.
A lot in common with the author
I knew he worked for the Ziglar Corporation and that is an endorsement that carries a lot of weight with me. Continue reading Carried by Angels
That word is often used to describe everything from your most recent meal to the creator of the universe. That covers a lot of ground.
I have had issues with using that word for some time ever since hearing the song “Awesome God” written and released first by Rich Mullins and then covered or released by every other contemporary Christian artist on the planet, or at least it seemed that way.
Here is the issue as I viewed it. Continue reading Awesome!