Monthly Archives: June 2011

Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy

Who am I? They often tell me I stepped from my cell’s confinement Calmly, cheerfully, firmly, Like a squire from his country-house. Who am I? They often tell me I used to speak to my warders Freely and friendly and … Continue reading

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not a fan.

I really hadn’t intended to read this book. There are so many new titles that come across my counter it’s simply impossible to keep up with them. But I enjoy trying. I thought I would just dip into Kyle Idleman’s … Continue reading

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The Great Emergence

It’s that time of year again. For the past five years or so (at least) I’ve been blessed with the opportunity of teaching a three-hour, whirlwind tour through the past two thousand years of church history. I was needing a … Continue reading

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The Whole Life Offering: Christianity as Philanthropy by Eric Foley

This was a new title and a new author to me – and the first time I was contacted with a request to review a book if one was sent to me. It’s hard to turn down a free book. … Continue reading

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Gazelles, Baby Steps and 37 Other Things Dave Ramsey Taught Me About Debt

Review by Brenna Forrey Gazelles, Baby Steps and 37 Other Things Dave Ramsey Taught Me About Debt.  Read it. Even if you have no idea who Dave Ramsey is yet, do yourself a favor and pick it up – preferably … Continue reading

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