If there’s another word I feel would be appropriate to add to T.J. Betts’ new commentary on Nehemiah, it would be “devotional.” Continue reading Book Review: Nehemiah: A Pastoral & Exegetical Commentary (T.J. Betts)
Stott, in truth, is one of the most important pastor-theologians of the entire twentieth century. His influence is far greater than we may realize, and his example is beneficial for any ministry leader. Continue reading Book Review: Stott on the Christian Life (Tim Chester)
With All Your Heart helps us demystify what’s going on inside of us to better understand both our sin and our Savior. Continue reading Book Review: “With All Your Heart” (A. Craig Troxel)
It has not only helped me better love my Savior, but to better grasp my Savior’s love for me. Could we ask for more from a book? Continue reading Book Review: “Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers” (Dane Ortlund)
My favorite Christian and non-Christian reads during 2019. Continue reading Top Books of 2019
“What if the good life doesn’t come from having the ability to do what we want but from having the ability to do what we were made for? What if true freedom comes from choosing the right limitations, not avoiding all limitations?” Continue reading Book Review – The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose For an Age of Distraction (Justin Whitmel Earley)
Why are your people abused, persecuted and killed? Can’t you protect them? I can, little child. Then do something. I did, my son. Continue reading “A Spontaneous Lament”
I just finished reading a fantastic biography of Abraham Lincoln, titled Abraham Lincoln: Redeemer President by Allen Guelzo. It is historically dense for the entire 528 pages, and not for the faint of heart, but such a rewarding read for anyone who enjoys American history, Abraham Lincoln, or biographies in general. There were so many things … Continue reading Redemption.