Images and Idols: Creativity for the Christian Life

Images and Idols: Creativity for the Christian Life is the first book in the new Reclaiming Creativity Series by Thomas J. Terry and J. Ryan Lister. They write in the foreword that the series began as a conversation between friends— one an academic and the other a performing artist. The artist creates the art. The… Continue reading Images and Idols: Creativity for the Christian Life

Fever Pitch by Nick Hornby

There’s something about Nick Hornby’s nonfiction that brings me joy. His writing is so conversational. It’s never stuffy, and there’s an intensity and unabashed honesty to it. I can read old “Stuff I’ve Been Reading” articles from Believer magazine for hours. Thankfully they’ve made them available online. Fever Pitch is no different. I enjoyed every… Continue reading Fever Pitch by Nick Hornby

Sex in a Broken World | Paul David Tripp

We all know we are surrounded by sexuality. It permeates our entertainment, our advertising, our identities, and even our news. Almost none of what we see regarding sex is presented from a biblical perspective. As Paul David Tripp emphasizes throughout Sex in a Broken World: “I’m deeply persuaded that when it comes to sex, we’ve… Continue reading Sex in a Broken World | Paul David Tripp

Reset: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture

Reset: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture is one of the most helpful Christian-living books I’ve read in a long time. David Murray has experienced burnout in his pastoral life to the point of harming his health. He brings a wealth of wisdom to the subject. Don’t think this book is just for… Continue reading Reset: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture