2022 Reading Plan

As 2021 comes to a close, and we look towards next year, let me encourage you to read. Read your Bible all the way through and read good books. If you’ve read my blog or have been following me on social media, you probably know Charles Spurgeon is a hero of mine. I officially found... Continue Reading →

A Must Read Gospel Trilogy

If you don’t know the truth, you will be deceived by a lie. Lies always have varying degrees of truth in them; if they didn’t, we wouldn’t be so quick to fall for them. One of the biggest lies in the Church today is the “gospel issue” message. Every cultural issue has suddenly become a... Continue Reading →

A Novel Without A Main Character, A Book Without THE Message

Have you ever read or heard something that was so thought-provoking it was on your mind for days, weeks, or even months? That was me several years ago when I read several books by various authors. A repeated theme was rethinking Christianity; in these books, they invited the reader into conversations, which challenged Christians to... Continue Reading →

100 Books

Two nights ago I read a very intriguing social media post from Pastor Matt Everhard. "What if you dedicated your life to reading, knowing, and studying just 100 books? Nothing more, nothing less. What would you choose? Would it be beneficial to have a personal cannon from which you never strayed? Imagine what you could... Continue Reading →

Timeless Truths

I recently finished two modern books that were based on ministers from the past. One book was based on a sermon from Jonathan Edwards and talked about the glory of God, and the other was established from the writings and sermons of Charles Spurgeon during the Down-Grade Controversy. Reading these books was an incredible experience... Continue Reading →

The Lost Key of Personal Growth

In today’s microwave mentality society and (the new and improved) 280 characters or less Twitter world, many of us have lost the ability to read anything longer than one page. As much as we have access to in this digital age, if we are honest with ourselves, we would say most have become lazy, lies... Continue Reading →

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