The Revelation of Grace by Eddie Snipes

Jul 28

The Revelation of Grace by Eddie Snipes

The Revelation of Grace: Founded Upon Grace Series (Book 1) I had seen the term, “hyper-grace,” but I never really knew what it meant. Some people said it was the Gospel and others claimed it was the spawn of the devil. I didn’t know what to believe (or if I should care) so I shrugged it off as just another fad controversy (the kind that sells Christian magazines...

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Words that Sting by John Strange

Jul 16

Words that Sting by John Strange

Bullies. Trolls. Plain old negative folks. We all encounter criticism from others. In our society driven by social media where people have the means to speak their mind, they often do so without regard to anyone else’s feelings. As an author, I’ve struggled with the sting of negative comments on my blog, criticisms of my content, and negative book reviews. I’ve been...

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Unoffendable by Brant Hansen (@branthansen)

Jul 15

Unoffendable by Brant Hansen (@branthansen)

People often call me a pacifist and maybe I am to some degree, but when Jesus says to turn the other cheek, love your enemies, and pray for those who hurt you, I believe He means for us to do those things. I also believe in seeing the “divine spark” in each person because whether we follow Jesus or not, we were each made in the image of God. As such, I believe we...

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Beat God to the Punch: Because Jesus Demands Your Life by Eric Mason

Jul 10

Beat God to the Punch: Because Jesus Demands Your Life by Eric Mason

Beat God to the Punch is based on the premise that someday every knee will bow to Christ (Philippians 2:9-11), so author Eric Mason suggests we beat God to the punch by submitting our lives to Him in humility so God’s grace can work in and through our lives. We will either bow to Christ willingly now, or we will bow to Christ by force when He returns. Rather than...

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The Quitter’s Manual: Finding Rest in a World Gone Berserk by Jeremy Mangerchine

Jul 07

The Quitter’s Manual: Finding Rest in a World Gone Berserk by Jeremy Mangerchine

I was initially intrigued by the title, The Quitter’s Manual: Finding Rest in a World Gone Berserk, and I assumed the book would talk about how to quit our digital habits. In part, it did start on that note, but where the author went from there caught me by surprise and a pleasant one at that. When I first began to realize where this was headed, I asked...

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