Book Review: “Peace” by Walter Brueggemann

“Peace” by Walter Brueggemann was a wonderful book that fed my soul. Again, instead of going over every section that I highlighted (which seems to be just about on every page,) I’m going to touch on a few key points of the book and encourage you to buy the...
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Book Review: “Entrepreneurial Faith”

The third book I read over the summer was Entrepreneurial Faith by Kirbyjon Caldwell and Walt Kallestad. This is a book that is up my alley. It’s a book that touches on the core of who I am – a book that speaks to my being. It’s about seeing...
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Book Review: “The Cruelty is the Point.”

This is not one of those books that you read to feel good. It’s not a book that you read to convince someone of something either. It’s a book to just highlight what is so blatantly obvious. It’s kind of like what I’ve been learning about the Puritans as...
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Book Review: “When Narcissism Comes to Church.”

Over the summer I’ve read 11 books. Some are better than others. Some more impactful than others. Some I read more quickly. But this is one I read with a keen interest more so than any of the other ones because it’s a subject that I think is so...
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What is church?

That’s the question isn’t it? What is church? What is it really about? Is it a place? No. I don’t think so. It’s not an institution either when it comes down to it. Sure, we’ve made it into those those things, but it’s really not those things. Those are...
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The Theology of the Cross

That’s what’s going through my head right now. Along with a migraine that just won’t go away. It’s the long term effect of COVID that I originally got in April. I tested positive for COVID two days after Easter. It was a long initial battle for me. I had...
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I’m not going to shut up about this

I write this blog for two reasons. The first reason has always been the same – I’ve got a lot going through my head and I’ve always needed somewhere for it to go. The blog is the best place for it. And it has the added benefit of not...
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