Glory in the Ordinary

[Book Review:] Glory in the Ordinary by Courtney Reissig

“We are living in a time when being ordinary is the worst thing that can happen to a person, and nothing screams ordinary like at-home work.” (p.41) Thus says Courtney Reissig in her new book, Glory in the Ordinary: Why…

[Review] None Like Him by Jen Wilkin

“Image-bearing means becoming fully human, not becoming divine.” In the opening chapters of her book None Like Him, Jen Wilkin gives us two lists: Only God Is God Is (and We Can Be) Infinite Holy Incomprehensible Loving Self-Existent Just Self-Sufficient…
The Ology: Ancient Truths Ever New

A Review of The Ology by Marty Machowski

Exploring the centuries-old church in their neighborhood was proving to be an adventure that Carla and Timothy would not soon forget. Thus begins The Ology, the latest book by pastor and author Marty Machowski and illustrator Andy McGuire. As Carla…
Theological Fitness

[Review] Theological Fitness by Aimee Byrd

“I think we often think of perseverance as passive endurance. I hope to change that.” Thus writes Aimee Byrd, author of Theological Fitness: Why We Need a Fighting Faith, published by P&R Publishing in May 2015. Her goal is admirable…


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