Where does one draw the line between sharing one’s own experiences with particular Godly lifestyle choices and simply making excuses for one’s own decisions? That’s the question I kept asking myself as I listened to the audiobook edition of You and Me Forever: Marriage in Light of Eternity by Francis & Lisa Chan. Don’t get me wrong: I agree with the basic premise of this book (that the way […]
What would you do if you learned that you had an inoperable brain tumor? Rather than focusing on her own problems, Jessie Rees focused on what she could do to help other kids who were suffering.
If you had asked me a few months ago for my opinion regarding “fresh expressions of church,” I think I would have looked quizzically at you and then said that I wasn’t sure what you meant but couldn’t imagine it was something of which I would be in favor. That was before reading Being Church, Doing Life: Creating Gospel Communities Where Life Happens by Michael Moynagh.
This book by Chip Ingram delves into some of the touchiest subjects imaginable: sex, homosexuality, abortion, politics, right and wrong, and the environment.
In Highway to Hell: The Road Where Childhoods Are Stolen, freelance journalist Matt Roper tells of the horrific child prostitution problem in Brazil, specifically along the 1,500-mile BR-116 corridor. The stories of numerous young girls – some as young as nine years old – who tragically sell their bodies to provide for their families are truly grotesque, but what is worse is that the stories […]
I have a confession to make: I am a Murder, She Wrote junkie. Okay, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but I am a huge fan of the series, so when I saw Peter S. Fischer’s “unauthorized” autobiography available on NetGalley, I jumped at the chance to read and review it. In Me and Murder, She Wrote: My Adventures in Television with Angela […]
What’s the difference between a Kindle, a Nook, and an iPad? Can I use my mobile phone overseas? Why wouldn’t I want to use an LED lamp? How many speakers do I need in my home theater? What’s the cloud? These are just a few of the myriad of questions that Eric Taub answers in his new book, Does This Plug into That?: Simplify Your […]
Awaking alone in his Luxembourg apartment, Nick Thorneycroft quickly realizes three things: first, there is a ladies’ undergarment on the floor; second, he has more than a bit of a hangover; and, third, he has no idea where either of them came from. What follows in Daniel Pembrey’s Kindle Single, The Candidate, is a fast-paced story of intrigue that will keep you on the edge […]
Before I get started with the music, I want to apologize to those who have been expecting an update on my road trip. The government shutdown sent me back home (despite being on the road for 11 days, I was only 10 hours from home) to await the reopening of the National Parks. I will be posting about my first 11 days later this week, […]