Non-Fiction

Grace Can Lead Us Home – Kevin Nye

I saw a photo the other day of a police officer writing a person experiencing homelessness a citation for experiencing homelessness while the tagline “SERVE AND PROTECT” was prominently emblazoned on the police cruiser in […]

Jesus Takes a Side Jonny Rashid
Non-Fiction

Jesus Takes a Side – Jonny Rashid

In an era of political polarization and increasing Christian nationalism, a contingent of moderate evangelicals have decried the politicization of faith and sought out compromise, believing that unity will come only when we put choose […]

Non-Fiction

Fight Like Jesus – Jason Porterfield

I read Fight Like Jesus over the course of Holy Week this year. It’s eight chapters—an introduction, then daily chapters from Palm Sunday to a combined Holy Saturday/Easter Sunday—and I read one chapter from the […]

To Be Made Well Amy Julia Becker
Non-Fiction

To Be Made Well – Amy Julia Becker

Becker divides To Be Made Well into three categories: that nature of healing, barriers to healing, and participation in healing. The first part sets the foundation for the type of healing the book is going […]