Luther on Leadership David Cook
Academic

Luther on Leadership – ed. David Cook

Martin Luther, the Great Reformer, is one of the most well-known leaders of an era and yet very little has been written specifically on his practical or theoretical outlook on leadership. Luther’s writings and his […]

Podcast

Nature of Small Birds: A Conversation with Susie Finkbeiner

https://media.blubrry.com/lifeisstory/p/s3.amazonaws.com/LiS/SusieFinkbeinerTheNatureOfSmallBirds.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSSusie Finkbeiner is a Life is Story favorite! A few months ago, we had the opportunity to sit down with her and talk about The […]

Lies My Preacher Told Me Brent Strawn
Non-Fiction

Lies My Preacher Told Me – Brent Strawn

Oof. In a competition for most provocative title, Lies My Preacher Told Me just might take first place. It’s attention-grabbing (and following the trend of the bestselling Lies My Teacher Told Me), but it’s more […]

U-Turns Tony Evans
Non-Fiction

U-Turns – Tony Evans

Tony Evans has made a name for myself with his preaching, teaching, and writing. He’s been doing it long enough now that when you open a book by him, you pretty much know what you’re […]

Posting Peace Douglas Bursch
Non-Fiction

Posting Peace – Douglas Bursch

I haven’t always been the best on social media. I need to begin this review by admitting that. Ever since about 2015, social media has been divisive. I mean, life has been divisive. Politics have […]

Already Sanctified Don Payne
Academic

Already Sanctified – Don Payne

Sanctification can sometimes be reduced in popular theology to discipleship. Justification is God’s work—we are saved by grace through faith—but sanctification is sometimes perceived as “our part” of salvation. Theologian Don J. Payne tackles that […]