Book Review: Gospel-Powered Parenting

As I continue my journey through parenting resources, I stumbled across this book called Gospel-Powered Parenting: How the Gospel Shapes and Transforms Parenting by William Farley. This was quite refreshing and gives a different dynamic to parenting that is very evangelistic, heart-centered, and God-centered. Author: William Farley is a pastor at Grace Christian Fellowship Spokane,  Washington  has … More Book Review: Gospel-Powered Parenting

Book Review: Well-Intentioned Dragons by Marshall Shelley

Dealing with problem people in the church is the experience of all pastors, leaders, and congregations. Since difficult people are all too common in the church today, Christians have wondered how to best approach and help them. Marshall Shelley’s “Well-Intentioned Dragons” seeks to be that help. Shelley uses a strong metaphor of a dragon to … More Book Review: Well-Intentioned Dragons by Marshall Shelley

Book Review, “God’s Battle Plan for the Mind” by David W. Saxton

The following is my review for David W. Saxton’s book, God’s Battle Plan for the Mind: The Puritan Practice of Biblical Meditation (Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2015). The goal of this book is, “to convince God’s people of the absolute necessity of personal meditation. This book will motivate the believer to begin this work; teach … More Book Review, “God’s Battle Plan for the Mind” by David W. Saxton

Book Review, “Habits of Grace” by David Mathis

Here is the book review of David Mathis’, “Habits of Grace: Enjoying Jesus through the Spiritual Disciplines.” I was given this book to read and review since I teach a class at The Los Angeles Bible Training School on discipleship which focuses on the practice and passing on of the spiritual disciplines. Summary: The book … More Book Review, “Habits of Grace” by David Mathis