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Book Review: Unscripted by Ernie Johnson Jr.

I love a good story. I especially love a good story that is based on true life. Ernie Johnson is a legend in the Sports Journalism world and a master with words. However, life does not always come as scripted. Life comes with all sorts of unexpected turns and events,...

Book Review: Refresh by Shona and David Murray

Many of us understand what it is to be burnt out, stressed out, and depressed. This can be especially common for followers of Christ who love their families, love their church, and love the lost. We work hard, we serve faithfully, and sacrifice for the sake of the...

Book Review- Revitalize by Andrew M. Davis

A Manual For All Pastors I just recently finished "Revitalize" written by Andrew M. Davis, Pastor of First Baptist Church in Durham, NC. In the book Pastor Davis walks the reader through the practical steps of bringing new life to a dying church as well as the posture...

Book Review: Grace Is Greater by Kyle Idleman

Is Grace Amazing To You? I have heard God's grace described in various ways: amazing, scandalous, etc. Grace is difficult to define because it is beyond our comprehension, but in his book, "Grace Is Greater", Kyle Idleman teaches about grace from scripture by showing...

Book Review: Jesus by A.W. Tozer

Theology and Doxology Meet In This Book A.W.  Tozer is known for his deep yet devotional literature. I recently read through this gem, which is really a collection of gems from Tozer's treasury of writings. The book is subtitled, "The Life And Ministry of God The Son-...

Book Review: Gospel Fluency by Jeff Vanderstelt

Are You Fluent In Gospel? This book will really shake you up, but because the message of the book is all about the gospel of Jesus Christ, It will put you back together again. In fact, you will walk away with a greater awareness of who Christ is and what He has done...

The Heart of The Church by Joe Thorn: Book Review

Old Truth Presented In A Fresh Way The doctrine of salvation and the doctrine of the church are fundamental to Christian belief. However, no two doctrines have been attacked more than these. Throughout church history, theologians, pastors, and Bible teachers have...

Is The Bible Good For Women? by Wendy Alsup: Book Review

More Than A Homemaker? There is much confusion in the world and in the church today about the role and identity of women. Many times in the church we place the emphasis on the role of the woman solely and that becomes her identity. Wendy Alsup remind us, however, that...

The 25 Biblical Laws of Success- Book Review

We love our work. We hate our work. Work brings fulfillment and financial reward, but it also has the ability to rob us of energy, joy, and purpose. Why should we work? Is work good or bad? How much work is too much work? In the book, 25 Biblical Laws of...

Why Orlando? By Cam Triggs

My wife and I have the privilege of playing our part in the launch of Grace Alive Church, a Multi-Cultural, Gospel-Centered Church coming to Orlando in September 2017. Today's post is a repost from Cam Triggs, our lead pastor at Grace Alive on the need for church...

Book Review: The Spiritual Secret of Hudson Taylor

Cross-cultural ministry is trendy, fashionable, and is slowly becoming the norm in modern missions movements, but this has not always been the case. Hudson Taylor was burdened by God to reach the interior parts of China by taking the gospel to them and by living among...

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