Tag: Book Reviews

#Read2017 – Literary Adventures in November and December

Can you believe 2017 is almost over? I guess every year goes a little faster, the older and busier you get. And we have been busy! I usually try to avoid that over-used buzzword, but in this case, there’s no other word for it. The past two months alone have included: ministering in Wyoming; driving […]

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#Read2017 – Literary Adventures in September and October

This has been a busy fall! We are getting ready to start traveling for our missions deputation, and I also just started another seminary class. Somehow I managed to complete 6 books for my #Read2017 challenge before that all really got going (several of which I’d already started earlier in the summer), plus a handful of easy […]

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How Personality Tests Help Us Understand People Better

I believe personality tests have value for us, both as Christians seeking spiritual maturity and as adults seeking stronger and more unified relationships. The key is to remember that our personality results do not define us; only God’s Word can do that. These tests simply get us out of our normal way of looking at things, […]

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#Read2017 – Literary Adventures in July and August

I finally had some downtime last month, and was able to make some good progress on my #Read2017 challenge by reading — or completing — 8 books. Several of them had already been started earlier in the year, so don’t think I spent all my time reading the past two months (I wish!). And several […]

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Life in the Age of Smartphones

If you’re reading this, you’re probably old enough to remember life before cell phones. Think back to that time for a moment . . . Remember how quieter things were, how less distracted everyone was, how intentional you had to be to stay in touch with friends or family. Remember the hand-written notes in your mailbox, […]

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#Read2017 – Literary Adventures in May & June

May and June were busy months, especially with several weeks taken up with preparing for and then helping with our church’s annual VBS. In fact, I was running on reserves the last few weeks, and didn’t do much reading at all in the latter half of June. But I did manage to complete 7 books for […]

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How Does the Gospel Transform Productivity?

Like most of you, I live a busy life with too many things on my to-do list and not enough hours in the day to get it all done. Poor planning, unforeseen interruptions, and just life in general all combine to make productivity much harder than it should be. And one glance at the personal […]

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