Tag Archives: Books

Book Review: Living in God’s Two Kingdoms

I was really excited when I saw this book on the new release list. I had been in recent conversations with friends about how they were personally engaging the culture, and I attend a church that seeks to “engage the … Continue reading

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Much and Link Love (December 6 edition)

Second week of December and it actually feels like it out there. Here we go: 1. O Holy Night is def my fave Christmas (sacred) song. More thoughts on it later this week. 2. Reilly Band (violin rock) and Barlow … Continue reading

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Entrusted with the Gospel: Book Review

Crossway released a sermon series based on The Gospel Coalition’s 2009 national conference. Just in case you couldn’t attend, you can now read the sermons. Edited by D. A. Carson (who is brilliant and pastoral), this book features such preaching … Continue reading

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On Being Neutral

Reading Entrusted with the Gospel this morning, and came to the Mark Driscoll sermon. This quote is a good one. Whether in ministry, design, engaging the culture, reading, healthy living – whatever arena you find yourself: think through this quote: … Continue reading

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Do Hard Things

This post actually has nothing to do with the Harris brothers’ book by the same title. But, as I was thinking of titles for this blog, that is what came to mind. Others that came to mind: Things I Learned … Continue reading

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Much and Link Love (October 25)

1. Colorado was beautiful, in case you wanted to know. 2. I have a love affair with flannel pjs. I love writing in them with a laptop in my laptop, overlooking snow-capped mountains. 3. Chaider is a new fave drink … Continue reading

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The Seeming Oppression of Biblical Womanhood

“God is not distant. He knows how He will rescue you.” That was a quote from one of my pastors on Sunday in the sermon preached. I thought it was very applicable for this particular blog post. Most of my … Continue reading

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