So I have read the final chapter of One Thousand Gifts, by Ann Voskamp, the one that set the internet all aflame. The truth is, I wasn’t much troubled by it. Perhaps because I was expecting something quite outrageous, given what I had read in reviews. But I have to say, some of them were
Speaking of surprises, I appreciated this post. H/T Georgianne.
I just received Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl, by ND Wilson, in the mail. Woot! This is what is written in the Preface: Here’s how it happened: Philosophers of various sizes and shapes and flavors and ages crowded into the saloon of my skull and began throwing elbows to make some space. Poets and preachers piled
I typed that post below up the other day and didn’t get to posting it. I have actually spent the day at the Moore Theological College School of Theology on the Stirred by a Noble Theme: Exploring the Psalms. Apart from the fact that I thought I was going to give myself a hernia trying
I started reading Humility by CJ Mahaney last night. One of the things I admire about my church minister is his humility (there’s some sort of contradiction in that I know). For all his intelligence, gifts, and apparent “success” in ministry, he remains humble and seems to have no desire to have his own name