All too often I will sit down at my computer, with some “great idea” that I think is going to change the world. I will start typing and get about 200-300 words into it, thinking that I have gotten a good start on my masterpiece. When I start reading back over it, I will notice that there are least four or five things that need to be tweaked, a few sentences that need to be reworded, and realize that I do not have enough detail on this thing or that. Continue reading
I am the first person to admit that I have always been something of a Donald Miller fanboy. Every since I read “Blue Like Jazz” for the first time, I have been hooked by Don’s ability to tell a story well, even in the midst of espousing his views on any number of topics. “Scary Close” is another in an increasing line of books by Don that both tell a story well and give his thoughts on a given topic, in this case, relationships.
I’ve been following Ben Paisley and his creative endeavors ever since I first heard about “Enter The Worship Circle”, the book by that title and the series of albums produced by the same name. When I had the chance to review Ben’s latest release, “Elemental”, I knew it (1) would be good, and (2) that I would be surprised.
I had the opportunity to review Brian Houston’s newest book, “Live Love Lead”. If his name does not ring a bell for you, you most definitely are familiar with Hillsong Church (Brian is the founding pastor), and the amazing worship music that has come from our brothers and sisters in Christ down under.
- The Table (Chris Tomlin)
- Sons & Daughters (NorthPoint)
- No Longer Slaves (Bethel Music)
This Sunday was a special one, because we were able to celebrate with several new members, a baby dedication, and three baptisms. These are always special Sundays when we get to celebrate with our family!