Book Review of ‘Sent’ by Hilary Alan

Hilary Alan and her husband did what few people have the guts to do. They sold their home and possessions in an affluent community and moved halfway around the world to answer God’s call to serve. It wasn’t easy, and by most American standards, it made no financial sense. But when they obeyed the call, Hilary and her family discovered that God had a valuable lesson to teach them in trusting him. The book Sent: How One Ordinary Family Traded the American Dream for God’s Greater Purpose is a memoir/biography of the Alan family adventure. I enjoyed Hilary’s story, and […]

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Book Review: Soul’s Gate by James Rubart

I’m a fan of James Rubart’s first book, Rooms, so I was happy to review his second book, Soul’s Gate. It’s important that readers remember that these books are fantasy, and they ought not to consider the content literally. Soul’s Gate is a book about traveling inside another person’s soul and engaging in spiritual warefare. It’s about supernatural travel and a spiritual world that I’ve never considered before. In the book, Reece Roth mentors three others when they gather at a cabin in the mountains of Colorado. Dana, Brandon, and Marcus begin training that is a spiritual journey through their […]

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Review: How Many Lightbulbs Does it Take to Change a Person?

Have you ever thought about a friend wondering, “When will she ever learn?” How about yourself? Have you ever thought about how many times it takes for you to hear something before you apply it to your own life? Sometimes, we all need a lightbulb moment here and there.I’d like to share a little about a book by Rhonda Rhea that I just finished reading. It’s called How Many Lightbulbs Does it Take to Change a Person? My ReviewScripture is full of references to light. But how often do we stop to think about what God means when he talks about […]

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Spark: A Book Reivew

Have you ever participated in a 12-week group with the intent to change in some way? Perhaps it was a Bible study, or a new program. Have you ever noticed how few people really change by the end of such a program? The intent is there, but the change never happens. In his book titled Spark, Jason Jaggard proposes that the reason the standard way we learn things leaves us unchanged is because we are not challenged to step out of our comfort zone and take risks. He says a spark is a choice, a small risk. Jaggard created what […]

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