Tag: religion

Ahhh…What does this mean? Are you with me?

I don’t know about you, but I seem to always think that life is going to slow down as soon as I get through this thing I am dealing with right now. Strangely enough, that never happens and my pea brain keeps thinking it… Continue Reading “Ahhh…What does this mean? Are you with me?”

Jesus Without Borders: What Planes, Trains, & Rickshaws Taught Me About Jesus

by Chad Gibbs Traveling all over the world so you can “research how people worship” is very clever. Well played, Chad! Well played. This book had me hooked from the beginning. It is always interesting to see how other cultures worship God and live… Continue Reading “Jesus Without Borders: What Planes, Trains, & Rickshaws Taught Me About Jesus”

A Year of Living Prayerfully – How a Curious Traveler Met the Pope, Walked on Coals, Danced with Rabbies, and REVIVED HIS PRAYER LIFE

by Jared Brock From the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, to the “Men’s Only” Island in Greece, with a stop at the Westboro crazies, Jared went around the world. These are only a few of the destinations that he visited in his year of learning… Continue Reading “A Year of Living Prayerfully – How a Curious Traveler Met the Pope, Walked on Coals, Danced with Rabbies, and REVIVED HIS PRAYER LIFE”

Booked – literature in the soul of me

by Karen Swallow Prior From the very first story to the powerful and final statement , I was enraptured. In Karen’s book, cleverly titled “Booked”, we see her life intertwined with literature and God. What a task to bring them all together. I assure… Continue Reading “Booked – literature in the soul of me”

The truth about God, Jesus and religion. Spot on.

What if I told you, Jesus came to abolish religion? What if I told you getting you to vote republican, really wasn’t his mission? Because republican doesn’t automatically mean Christian, And just because you call some people blind, doesn’t automatically give you vision. If… Continue Reading “The truth about God, Jesus and religion. Spot on.”

Killing Christians – Living the Faith Where It’s Not Safe to Believe

by Tom Doyle (with Greg Webster) Everyone should read this book. Period. As news channels broadcast everything going on in the middle east, we see millions of images and hear millions of stories: ISIS, Hamas, Muslim Radicals, Islamic Radicals, innocent civilians being killed and… Continue Reading “Killing Christians – Living the Faith Where It’s Not Safe to Believe”