Tag: insight

September 20, 2011

Review: Night of the Living Dead Christian by Matt Mikalatos

What does a transformed life actually look like? In Night of the Living Dead Christian: One Man’s Ferociously Funny Quest to Discover What It Means to Be Truly Transformed, author Matt Mikalatos uses movie monsters to humorously yet thought-provokingly examine this question. The story follows Matt (yes, a character in his own story, which was written in the first person) as he meets werewolves, vampires, […]

June 18, 2011

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller (audiobook)

What makes a great life? That’s the question that Donald Miller stumbled into when a couple of movie producers started molding his life’s story into a story fit for the big screen. A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: What I Learned While Editing My Life begins by setting the stage, explaining where Miller’s life was when he was approached by the producers, and then […]

April 11, 2011

The Final Summit by Andy Andrews

What is the one principle that will save humanity? That is the question that David Ponder and a bevy of historical figures must answer in The Final Summit: A Quest to Find the One Principle That Will Save Humanity, the latest novel by acclaimed speaker and writer Andy Andrews. Mankind’s greed, pride, and hate have brought us to the brink of destruction and now God […]

May 15, 2010


I haven’t made a big deal about this, but I’m taking a seven-week sabbatical from playing the piano for worship services at PBC. The second week of my sabbatical begins tomorrow. Last weekend I took my annual trip to Belfast, Maine, and for the next six weeks I will be visiting other local churches. My sabbatical is for rest, renewal, refreshment, and restoration, as well […]