It just seems right to share some of the books that I have read recently that have had some impact on my understanding and experience of life and faith. It is my intention to publish a new book review each week.
Book Review: “The Invisible String”
This is just my second review of a book for children, but I want to recommend this one as a tool for adults who are leading kids through challenging things—particularly involving any kind of separation from loved ones.
Book Review: “Emotionally Healthy Spirituality”
Pete Scazerro’s pivotal work, Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, is an important course-corrective for a christian subculture that has, for the most part, entirely neglected (at times even maligned) the emotional aspect of our humanity—which is, of course, created in the image of God.
Book Review: “Ragged”
What I found in this work was a compassionate dose of encouragement from a fellow traveler on this journey. It is my privilege to offer it to you as well.
Book Review: “The Secular Creed”
I recommend this book in particular to folks like me who struggle to acknowledge the real heartache and hurt and even abuse this is real and present in our society while maintaining a biblically responsible and theologically honest posture.
Book Review: “Leading With A Limp”
Dr. Allender offers a very well-researched argument that blends his extensive experience and training as a psychologist and therapist with his grounded theological base. As he walks through significant leadership examples from the biblical narrative, his clinical insights and research bring some very powerful observations to light.
Book Review: “Undistracted”
Bob Goff is a man of deep faith as well as joyful whimsy. I strongly recommend this book but particularly to those who have been in a season of listlessness or lacking direction. Bob’s not going to give you a formula to work out, but he is going to challenge you to remember why you’re…