Experiments in Honesty – Book Review

I read Steve Daugherty’s Experiments in Honesty as my first blogger review book in a long time. What a great choice to get back on that horse with! Full disclosure: I received a free copy of the book based on my promise to blog a review of it. The content of the review is entirelyContinue reading “Experiments in Honesty – Book Review”

Book review: The Story Lives

Here is my latest review of a book for the Speakeasy Blogger Network.  I’ve just finished Henriet Schapelhouman’s The Story Lives. This is a good, straightforward read. She had me at “Story,” actually; the more I work as a pastor, the more I meet people and seek to hear their stories. Though the seeds ofContinue reading “Book review: The Story Lives”

Being Jesus in Nashville -a book review

I have to admit that I was drawn to read and thus review Being Jesus in Nashville in part because it was turned down for publication by “Christian” publishers. I was also a little imtrigued that a multiple Cy Young Award winning pitcher was now writing about Jesus. I quickly learned that this is aContinue reading “Being Jesus in Nashville -a book review”

Book Review: The Silent Years

Have you ever wondered what Jesus’ life was like other than what we find in the Gospel accounts?  If you haven’t, you should.  Either way, I recommend Alan Green’s The Silent Years. I encourage you to read this, and otherwise (on your own or with others) to wonder what Jesus’ life was like because I believeContinue reading “Book Review: The Silent Years”

Book Review: Speaking of Jesus

Carl Medearis is a pastor and follower of Jesus. He wants the world to know Jesus.  He is convinced that if people are introduced to Jesus, they will be willing, even eager, to learn from him and follow his ways. Having lived in Lebanon for 12 years, he is also a leader in Arab-American andContinue reading “Book Review: Speaking of Jesus”