Category Archives: Reviews

Extravagant Grace

After reading Barbara Duguid’s book, I found myself recommending it to everyone. I would use phrases like “paradigm shifting,” and “life changing” to communicate the importance of this read in my life.   Before I read this book I thought … Continue reading

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Our Worship and Our Fears

Over Thanksgiving, my daughter Casey has been preparing for a CRU small group meeting next week. She wants to talk with her freshman girls about the meaning and importance of worship.  Because of Casey’s interest and because I have been … Continue reading

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The Prodigal God

 If you think you have heard it all and know it all about the parable of the Prodigal son found in Luke 15—think again! This book by Tim Keller unfolds rich gospel truths in the simplest but most profound ways.  … Continue reading

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In Christ Alone

I first heard Sinclair Ferguson speak at a Faith and Life Conference at All Saints Presbyterian Church in Richmond, VA.  A few years later I was at a Ligonier Conference in Orlando and listened to him present deep truths from … Continue reading

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Does This Taste Stale to You?

I have recently finished a book that asked the question, “Does your spiritual life taste stale to you?”  I guess that question touched a responsive chord because I plopped down the $12.99 retail rather than searching on-line and bought the … Continue reading

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