Book Review and Afterthoughts The Greener Grass Conspiracy: Finding Contentment on Your Side of the Fence Author: Stephen Altrogge If I say there are better books about this concept, am I guilty of contributing to…Read More
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Unbroken is a story of choices, dignity, and survival. It is a story we can grasp and learn from today. The principle of dignity needs to be discussed more, as it has changed society and individuals.
There are books which impart knowledge, and books which unfold a story. Many, many types of books exist. This past year, four books took flight for me, leading me to take further action and to dig deeper into the topic. What books have you read which led you to further action?
Kevin Hall delivers a thought-provoking book with Aspire. Exploring the true meaning of words delivers a path for us to be better leaders and a better person.
Surprised by Grace is a great book which delivers depth and context on the story of Jonah. It is about God’s grace but also accepting God’s calls in our lives as well as accepting God’s grace when it happens for others. It is a story we should understand and apply in our communities today, where irrational words and actions are driving tribal passions instead of the mission of God’s grace and the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Have you ever purchased a book but then never read it? I have. After sitting for over two years, Blue Like Jazz was one of the best reads. Maybe it just needed to age a little.
The Other Wes Moore is a solid book, providing an excellent perspective on the choices made and their impacts on our lives. The books seems to point to important elements which help young people survive
Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy is a great book to read this summer. It will broaden your historic perspective and challenge you to live a Spirit-filled life in all of your actions. Discover the intensity of Bonhoeffer as well as his call for us to consider.