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CHECKING IN

Yes, I’m still alive.

When New Year’s rolled around, I knew that I needed a break, but I never expected to go silent for more than two months.  230 more words

The Unaborted Socrates

Last week I finished The Unaborted Socrates by Peter Kreeft, published by InterVarsity Press in 1983.

This book is centered around the issue of whether or not the fetus is a person. 240 more words

Books

Announcing My Next Book Deal

Imagine two neighbors, one white and one black sitting down for a cup of coffee. The white neighbor has history in the small town—her family runs the local restaurant, her uncle is the community pastor, her mom is a career teacher at the only primary school, and her great uncle is the mayor. 669 more words

Leadership

The Best Things in Life

Last week I read The Best Things in Life by Peter Kreeft published by InterVarsity Press in 1984.

Kreeft writes about the conflict between the means and ends to happiness. 311 more words

Books

The Blue Heron Speaks Featured Author for February 2017 is Karissa Knox Sorrell

Welcome to the February edition of Blue Heron Speaks! It is my great pleasure to shine a spotlight on the vivid, evocative, and lush verse of poet, … 218 more words

Catching Up - Some Reading Challenge Mini-Reviews

Book InformationEvangelism and the Sovereignty of God

Author – J. I. Packer

Publication Information – InterVarsity Press (2012 edition of 1961 original; $9.99… 721 more words

The Vulnerable Pastor

Vulnerable. Not the first word that comes to mind when you think about strong leaders. Yet, this word, “Vulnerable,” is what Mandy Smith, lead pastor of University Christian Church in Cincinnati, Ohio, suggests should characterize strong Christian leaders. 568 more words

Religion