Book Review – Insider / Outsider by Bryan Loritts

I am a big Bryan Loritts fan. So when I saw this book, I immediately wanted to check it out. Not only am I a Loritts fan, but being a pastor, the subject of Bryan’s recent book is such  hot button issue that I needed to check it out. The book did not disappoint. InContinue reading “Book Review – Insider / Outsider by Bryan Loritts”

Book Review – More by Todd Wilson

Calling. We all want it, and we all have some form of calling on our life. Everyone’s calling looks a bit different, and it is important that we evaluate how we are currently pursuing the calling that God has placed on our life. In his book More, Todd Wilson unpacks how to identify your personalContinue reading “Book Review – More by Todd Wilson”

Book Review: The Seven Laws of Love by Dave Willis

I tend to read many books on relationships. I believe that I always have something to learn when it comes to how I relate to my spouse, my co workers, and my friends. So when I was offered the chance to review The Seven Laws of Love by Dave Willis, I was intrigued and jumpedContinue reading “Book Review: The Seven Laws of Love by Dave Willis”

Book Review: The Pastor’s Justification by Jared Wilson

By: Andrew Hale From the Foreward to the Conclusion, The Pastor’s Justification had me crying out “Yes, that’s me!” Dr. Mike Ayers describes his sentiment in the Foreward, “…Somewhere along the way, ministry for me became about proving to myself and to the world what a great leader and leader I was.” Jared Wilson doesContinue reading “Book Review: The Pastor’s Justification by Jared Wilson”

Book Review: Onward by Russell Moore

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, offers an intelligent approach to engaging culture without losing the Gospel in his new book entitled, Onward. In his book, Moore suggests engaging culture in an entirely different way than many Christians interpret their relationship with culture. He calls hisContinue reading “Book Review: Onward by Russell Moore”