Sensing Jesus: Life and Ministry as a Human Being Book Review

I had the privilege of reading Zach Eswine’s book, Sensing Jesus, through Net Galley, this winter. What a privilege it was. Not only does Eswine help you understand the emotions behind what it means to be a ministry leader and a follower of Jesus, but he builds a solid foundational base on scripture by which to stand […]

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William Lobdell

Ever heard of William Lobdell? Probably not. But you should now, because I found this article wonderful and fascinating. Lobdell is the author of Losing My Religion: How I Lost My Faith Reporting on Religion in America — and Found Unexpected Peace Some of you may be wondering why I am reading articles and books […]

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Blue Like Jazz

I read this book a long time ago and I’ve noticed the world seems to be catching on. Lots of people I know are talking about it… and that’s an interesting thing to me. What do I love about this book? It’s honesty. It’s relatability. (Okay.. that’s not a word. But you know what I […]

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Building Letters 3

I find this very cool. As a graphic designer, I’m a bit of a font junkie. (You don’t want to know how many I have loaded on my Mac). I just recently discovered a 64 page full-color magazine entitled Building Letters 3. The project began in 2005 (and was finished just last month) in response […]

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Book Knowledge

1. One book that changed your life:Most recently, Captivating by John and Stasi Eldredge 2. One book you’ve read more than once:Piercing the Darkness by Frank Peretti 3. One book you’d want on a desert island: (note: not the ONLY book)How to Survive on a Desert Island Without Really Trying 4. One book that made […]

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I dislike books that are in a series (very much so)

What I’m listening to: Mainstay’s Well Meaning Fiction … but I will recommend this one. I haven’t read the other two yet (I’m just barely finishing up this one) and as much as I hate reading books in a series, I may have to continue with this one. We’ll see. I’m not a fantasy/science fiction […]

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The Silence of Adam

What I’m listening to: Harry Connick’s Harry for the Holidays I have not read the book that bears the same title as my post. But the book and it’s topic recently came up in a conversation with some friends. However, the basic premise of it is extraordinary enough for me to want to explore here. […]

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