Interrupted – Jen Hatmaker
Sep02

Interrupted – Jen Hatmaker

When I sat down to think of what to write about this book, it took a while for me to get all of my thoughts straight. Interrupted hit me at a vulnerable moment, at a time where I’m both at once trying to solidify my future financially and learning to be a better giver. This summer, my wife and I—well, my wife, and I along for moral support—began with a goal: raise $10,000 to help two specific families with the process of their...

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The Person Called You – Bill Hendricks
Aug14

The Person Called You – Bill Hendricks

The questions of identity and purpose are the twin questions of human existence: Who am I? Why am I here? Above all other religions and philosophies, Christianity provides the best answer: You are a child of king placed here to do His work. And yet, despite that, only 40% of Christians have a clear sense of their calling. How then can we discover that calling and discover our purpose and live a fulfilled, meaningful, satisfied life?...

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Dream Year – Ben Arment
Aug12

Dream Year – Ben Arment

Chances are, when you were a kid, you had a list of things that you wanted to do when you grew up. As you grew older, many of those things were probably scratched off your list because you lost interest over time. Maybe they were things you weren’t gifted for. Probably they were things you didn’t have an enduring passion to pursue. What are you doing now? Was it on the list? Approximately two-thirds of Americans hate what they’re...

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The Atheist’s Fatal Flaw – Norman Geisler and Daniel McCoy
Aug09

The Atheist’s Fatal Flaw – Norman Geisler and Daniel McCoy

When I was young and in middle school, I wanted to be just like Norm Geisler when I grew up. Now that I’m still relatively young, but with undergrad and seminary behind me (for now, anyway), I still want to be like Geisler. Perhaps no single person helped develop and mature my faith during my teen years then learning from a whole shelf full of Geisler’s books that I collected over the course of those years. Between him, Ravi...

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Jesus Hates Religion – Alex Himaya
Jul31

Jesus Hates Religion – Alex Himaya

There are a number of books about grace. Hey, grace is a powerful thing, after all. So why do we need one more? What does Himaya bring to the table that others haven’t already? It’s not complex theology. It’s not some sort of secret doctrine. It’s grace. We talk about it all the time. Why talk about it even more? Because, despite the grace talk, the culture still seeks to find salvation in themselves. Because, despite the grace talk,...

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Travel Guide to Life – Anthony DeStefano
Jul27

Travel Guide to Life – Anthony DeStefano

Have you ever wished life came with a map? Where am I supposed to go? What am I supposed to do? I don’t know where I’m going, but I know that I’m off track! Or worse yet, what if you’ve achieved your goals but still feel unfulfilled? Anthony DeStefano has written this book for you. In this introduction, DeStefano shares that the idea for the book came after listening to a prominent successful filmmaker talk about the meaninglessness...

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