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Category Archives: Reviews
“Every pastor is an interim pastor.” That is, a pastor can only lead during that brief span of time before his ministry ends and his successor’s begins. So say William Vanderbloemen and Warren Bird in their new book, Next: Pastoral … Continue reading
I’m insulted. I wasn’t invited. I guess I’ll get over it. But not before I inflict this post on an unsuspecting world. A month or two ago, I watched online as many of my friends challenged and answered each other … Continue reading
I really needed this one because familiarity really can breed contempt. Not that I would ever grow contemptuous of Jesus, but I’ve been reading and hearing the Gospel stories since I before I can remember. It’s too easy to let … Continue reading
I’ll confess, I bought this book for two reasons. The first and biggest – Curiosity It was released at the Spiritual Leadership Conference this summer in Lancaster, California, by the man at the helm, Pastor Paul Chappell. For a large … Continue reading
The more I talk with atheists, the more I read their words, the more I am convinced that atheism is irrational. Sometimes it seems like an emotional overreaction. Little more. This new book by Norman Geisler and Daniel McCoy confirms … Continue reading
A Review: I just finished reading a great book that has been recommended to me by many of my independent Baptist friends. Though, if this book is to be any sort of guide, I should probably be referring to them … Continue reading