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Book Review: Parenting is Not a Coin Toss

This book review is unique in that I have a personal relationship with the author, and to some degree have been able to see the formation of his thoughts behind the scenes. Doug van Meter has had one of the biggest impacts on my ministry and thinking over the years, and all without me even…

Book Review: You Can Change

I was at a conference earlier this year, and while waiting for the sessions to begin, noticed this book on the book table. I had never read Tim Chester before, but had heard a few of his other books bandied about as ’good reads’ in my circle. I was really happy I made this purchase!…

Book Review: Son of Hamas

The Palestinian, Mosab Hassan Yousef describes himself as “a son of that region and of that conflict … a child of Islam and the son of an accused terrorist … a follower of Jesus.” A native of West Bank region of Israel, memories of the massive graveyard in his town and his father’s devotion to…

Book Review: Chosen For Life – “The Case for Divine Election”

One of the things I enjoyed about this work of Sam Storm’s is its clarity. Chosen for Life work was first published by Baker in 1987, but this revised and expanded edition published by Crossway in 2007 was my first encounter with Storms as an author. The book starts with an engaging story about Jerry…

Book Review: The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert

Rosaria was leading what many would call a good life. She had a tenured position at a large university in a field she really cared about. Her partner and her owned two homes from which they provided hospitality to students and activists who were looking to make a difference in the world. Her partner rehabilitated…

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