My Late Top 10 Look Ahead for 2013

I purposely tried to take a break with my blog over Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's, but now I'm also having a hard time getting back in the groove of writing again. Habits are like that, you get into a routine, then drop it for a time and boom, it's gone. I sat at my…

5 Books Worth Laboring Over on this Labor Day

It was a nice lazy rainy Labor Day in Auburn today. For some reason it seems to rain on Labor Day. I would only know this because last year I noted it was a rainy Labor Day due to Tropical Storm Lee. This year Hurricane Isaac is long gone but we did have a nice storm…

How To Read the Bible For All Its Worth Book Review Critique

This review below is a summary of the full review (you can read the full review here or go to my Writing Section under "reviews") for a book called How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth. This particular book has been on my list to read for quite some time now, but I…

Longest Book Title Ever?

This is quite possibly the longest book title ever. “The book, An Humble Attempt to Promote an Explicit Agreement and Visible Union of God’s People thro’s the World, in Extraordinary Prayer, for the Revival of Religion, and the Advancement of Christ’s Kingdom on Earth, Pursuant to Scripture Promise and Prophecies Concerning the Last Time, [was] completed…

5 Great Thought Provoking Daily Devotionals for the New Year

I started looking around for a new daily devotional for 2012, and I ended up coming across too many. I came across some really good ones I haven't read yet, but now have always had all intentions to read. This list, to some, may be a little too high church for them, but the wisdom…

5 Great Thought Provoking Daily Devotionals for the New Year

I started looking around for a new daily devotional for 2012, and I ended up coming across too many. I came across some really good ones I haven't read yet, but now have always had all intentions to read. This list, to some, may be a little too high church for them, but the wisdom…

Reminder Why Christians Shouldn’t Habitually Judge Others

Matthew 7 is the classical section that all non-Christians pull out every time they feel they are being "judged" by others, especially other people who claim to be living as a Christian. But of course Matthew 7 was not written to say that judgements should never be made, only that as Christians, we shouldn't be…

5 Reasons Why You Can’t Ignore Facebook Anymore

I have always loved this clip from Friends where Chandler goes in and tries to "quit the gym" Everyone who has ever joined a gym like Gold's Gym or President's knows... it's impossible to quit the gym, but today, it's even harder to ignore Facebook than it is to quit the gym. This week I…

5 Reasons Why You Can't Ignore Facebook Anymore

I have always loved this clip from Friends where Chandler goes in and tries to "quit the gym" Everyone who has ever joined a gym like Gold's Gym or President's knows... it's impossible to quit the gym, but today, it's even harder to ignore Facebook than it is to quit the gym. This week I…

Best Response Yet to Bell vs Piper Debate from Christianaudio.com

I hesitate to even do a blog post at this point about Rob Bell's book Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived, it's been beaten to death on the Internet so much it's beyond beating a dead horse, but... I feel obligated. I finished Love Wins…