“Til the Mark of Evanlor is found on every shore!” These words make little sense to 15-year-old Hathamar. In his mind, the members of the Resistance are fable-believing fools at best and dangerous disruptors of the peace at worst––ever enslaved by an ancient myth. But he and his 10-year-old sister, Anacara, are about to beContinue reading “Check out Nathan’s new novel: The Mark of Evanlor”
Previous years: 2020, 2019, 2018 I am still a fairly slow reader, but I’ve been able to first double and now quadruple my pre-2018 average of finished books per year––from 6 to 12 to 24. I think anyone can do this. How? Well, here are some of the things that have worked for me: SpendingContinue reading “Finished Books and Brief Reviews – 2021 A.D.”
Arriving at a Christocentric Interpretation and Application of the Fourth Commandment
Without a doubt 2020 was a turbulent year. What a blessing it was to be encouraged, refocused, and stimulated with the help of good books.
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A review of “Perspectives on the Sabbath: Four Views”
This was another great year of reading. God blessed me with fresh insights on fatherhood, ministry health, marriage, mission, and just life and the world in general.
Four Vital Reasons to Get Back to Church
No book is more precious than the written Word of God. While I have not included the Bible in this list, my goal and encouragement to others is to read twice as much Scripture as anything else. So here’s every…