Category Archives: Book

Books I’ve read lately

It’s been awhile since I’ve had the time to write up about some of the books I’ve been reading, so I thought I would do some concise summaries just to get them out of my head and recorded on this blog. You know that’s why I blog right? To get things out of my head […]

Book Club:: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

To prepare for the recently released movie, our book club decided to read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. This book falls in the category of a classic children’s book but also the genre of literary nonsense, which we discovered as we were discussing the book together. I really think the only reason I was able to […]

Crazy Love

I’m ashamed. It has taken me so long to write up a review of Crazy Love, by Francis Chan. I mean. Really. It’s a book that changed my life. Honestly. And I know several others that have been radically challenged by this book. I have read this book twice now. Once with my group of […]

Book Club:: The Picture of Dorian Gray

Our classic for book club this round is The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde. I have been wanting to read this book for awhile. I have heard about it on multiple occasions and had a vague idea of what it was about. Turns out it really was as fascinating as I thought it […]

The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference

The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell was a book club book back in June of 2009. As you may remember, I was a little busy that month so I didn’t quite get around to reading the book the first time around. I recently finished it up and […]

Book Club:: The Devil in the White City

I got to revisit one of my all time favorite books with this month’s book club book, Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America, by Erik Larson. This book, although it is non-fiction, reads much like a fiction book; Larson does a fantastic job of pulling readers […]

mY Generation

So a couple weeks ago, we had the pleasure of having Josh Riebock, the author of the book mY Generation, come and speak at our church. He is an engaging speaker but more importantly, the purpose of his message is clear. He wants to share Jesus’ love with people and take part in their stories. […]