I have to say that I really enjoyed Jonathan Fisk‘s latest, Talk Them Into It: The Truth about Making Christians. My review follows.
Category Archives: Reviews
Today’s post is a review of Lutheran author (and PK) Karen Averitt’s memoir, I Don’t Want to Have the Prayer: A Messy Pastor’s Kid Does Her Memory Work.
My goal is to review the Lutheran books I’ve read this summer, but to do, at most, every other day reviews. Today’s review will be on Lutheran author Ray Keating‘s Shifting Sands: A Pastor Stephen Grant Short Story. The summer $2.99 sale is still going on, though I don’t know how long it will last, so keep that in mind.
In January, I announced my dad’s latest book, Post-Christian: A Guide to Contemporary Thought and Culture. I posted about it here. I promptly read it halfway, stopped, and started over from the beginning. It’s half a year later and I still haven’t written a review. It was simply a lot to digest. I’d read it. Think it through. Reread the chapter. Or section. 🙂 But at long last, here’s my review.
Today’s post is a review of Lutheran author Colleen Oakes‘ first in a series, Wendy Darling. (She has completed this series and also has two other series. One even translated into German!!) But before I forget to have a single reminder about my own July sale, here it is. Today is the FINAL day to use the 40% off coupon code TSXMC2RC. Purchasers in the USA have a flat shipping rate of $2.99. Click on my store above or link to this post for more details.
My summer reading is varying pretty wildly by this point. Oklahoma is hot. The family needs a vacation, and there are so many boiling-point topics that I’m just about fried. (Mixed metaphor, but I don’t have the energy left to fight or deny it!). So I added one of Bryan Wolfmueller’s free PDFs to my Kindle: And Take They Our Life. Here’s my review.