Tag: Book Review

Here is Real Magic by Nate Staniforth: A Review

I first heard about this book on Rob Bell’s podcast, the Robcast. He interviewed the author and I was compelled to read it. What is it about wonder and mystery that draws us in? What is it that curates our desire for something that… Continue Reading “Here is Real Magic by Nate Staniforth: A Review”

Book Review: Confessions of a Funeral Director by Caleb Wilde

“…the room went from tears to laughter at the drop of a snot.” It is quips like this that make Caleb Wilde’s book so real. I had purchased it almost as soon as it came out last year and I am sorry that it… Continue Reading “Book Review: Confessions of a Funeral Director by Caleb Wilde”

Book Review: Thirst by Scott Harrison

I had first heard of Thirst, while listening to Rob Bell’s podcast, The Robcast. The author, Scott Harrison has a great story to share with his readers which speaks to our own broken human nature on multiple levels. First, it speaks to the individual brokenness that… Continue Reading “Book Review: Thirst by Scott Harrison”

Review: True Inclusion by Brandan Robertson

Are you serious about change? I have heard time and time again from churches that they want to change and become more relevant. They wonder why they lose members and cannot attract the younger generation. The fact is, many churches are hypocritical to the… Continue Reading “Review: True Inclusion by Brandan Robertson”

A Review: Wounds Are Where Light Enters by Walter Wangerin, Jr.

Thanks to Englewood Review of Books for the advance copy and publishing this review. Walter Wangerin Jr. has become one of the quintessential story tellers of this day and age. His stories break through the mundane and add a personal touch to everything that he… Continue Reading “A Review: Wounds Are Where Light Enters by Walter Wangerin, Jr.”

A Review: Tears We Cannot Stop by Michael Eric Dyson

I am honestly not sure where to start, therefore this will probably become more of a recommendation than it is a review. Dyson uses the format of a worship service to present a flowing oratory on the current state of race relations in America… Continue Reading “A Review: Tears We Cannot Stop by Michael Eric Dyson”

A Review of Radical Spirit by Joan Chittister

Thank you to Englewood Review of Books for the opportunity to review this title. We are a people that search. We search for the things we have lost. We search for the latest and greatest item that will make our life that much easier.… Continue Reading “A Review of Radical Spirit by Joan Chittister”