Tag: Reviews

  • Celtic Treasure: Daily Scriptures and Prayer

    “Celtic Treasure: Daily Scriptures and Prayer” by J. Philip Newell is a great book for family devotions. Emily and I got it a year ago and often use it when we have prayer times together. It’s really easy to follow and has beautiful prayers and pictures painted by the author’s children in it.

  • Sponsored Post: The Scholarship Blog

    I’ve been asked to review The Scholarship Blog for Reviewme.com. This isn’t the first time I’ve come across this site, it was just this past October that fellow blogger Paul Stamatiou was trying to get enough votes to win a $5000.00 “blogging scholarship” from “Scholarships Around the US.”

  • Thoughts After Fall Quarter 2006

    I realized yesterday that I haven’t blogged in quite awhile and realized I needed a little break from it. There’s so much I’ve been thinking about and I’ve needed some space to do it without trying to come up with something worth reading (as if that ever happens here anyways!). Anyways, here are some thoughts…

  • Culture Jam and the Radical Reformation

    I just finished reading “Culture Jam: How to Reverse America’s Suicidal Consumer Binge–And Why We Must” (Kalle Lasn) for the first time over the weekend. This was another book assigned for Ryan’s class, which I will be leading a discussion on this coming thursday. Sometimes I wonder how I am so behind the times. This…

  • Book Review: How (Not) To Speak of God – Peter Rollins with Special Offer

    Peter Rollins founder of the Ikon Community , an emerging church in Ireland, has recently penned “How (Not) to Speak of God” (Peter Rollins).” It is a book that will be important for every church to wrestle with. Rollins writes as one who is both theologian/philosopher (he has a Ph.D. in Postmodern theory) and a…