Jesus On Every Page by David Murray

Jesus, the Son of God, dominates the conversation in the New Testament. His biography fills the first four books and the bible ends with his personal Revelation to his best friend, John. It would surprise the average person that Jesus is the star of the Old Testament as well! David Murray, author of Jesus On…

Start by Jon Acuff

What should the author of a book titled Quitter name his follow up title? Start: Punch Fear in the Face. Escape Average. Do Work That Matters. Jon Acuff, author of the ever-popular stuffchristianslike.net follows up on his Wall Street Best Seller with another major work aiming to help dreamers begin their journey to awesome. I…

Book Review: Clean by Douglas Weiss

Clean or Unclean. When it comes to biblical Christian standards for sexual morality you can only be on one side of the fence. There is no gray area. No toeing the line. When it comes to sexual integrity “bleachy white” or “covered in mud” are your only options. Clean: A Proven Plan for Men committed…

Vampires in the Lemon Grove by Karen Russell // (Guest) Book Review

Vampires in the Lemon Grove is a collection of short stories written by Karen Russell.  Russell, for her young age, is a very accomplished writer.  In 2012 she won the National Magazine Award for fiction, and her debut novel, Swamplandia!, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.  Knowing that Russell is so accomplished caused me…

Gray Matters: Book (p)Review // Brett McCracken

Gray is the new orange, or the new pink, or the new black. It is the explicit color of the hour. However, this particular shade of gray is explicit in a different provocative way. Rather than undulating toward black or white topics, Brett McCracken addresses four points of contention that are inherently ambiguous in his…