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I learned about another Lutheran source for book reviews! Into Your Hands LLC, founded by Ryan and Marie MacPherson, has extra book reviews for your reading pleasure! Yay!
I don’t respect it about myself, but I periodically google myself to see what I can see. That’s how I found a review of Blessed: God’s Gift of Love on a site that might interest you: Operation Actually Read the … Continue reading
Yesterday this sickness of mine took my voice, so today I’m going to come clean. I’m going to admit that I can’t get anyone to review my books.
Am I throwing too many reviews in a row at you? It’s just that sometimes I get in the right place to write them so I churn them out more easily. I wish I could read a book and right … Continue reading
Today’s post is the long promised review of Lutheran author Ruth Meyer‘s third installment in The Sola Series, Hope Alone. I blogged about its recent release status here (along with a sneak preview). And here are my reviews for Grace Alone and Faith … Continue reading
Have you ever had days when you keep thinking about a book you shouldn’t write? Maybe I’m alone on this, but I don’t really think so.
Movies and movie making has changed a lot in the last 100 years. And, as a Christian, you may wonder which movies to see. This book, although published in 2000, might be a great book to help you think through your choices. Continue reading
I’m so excited! Rev. Dr. Harold Senkbeil is coming out with a new book, The Care of Souls: Cultivating a Pastor’s Heart, due to be released June 26th!
Ladies and gentlemen, today’s post will be short and sweet. I’ve just really been struck by how reading a good book can linger. 🙂 I thought I’d point that out as something we can aspire to and give thanks for.