Book Review: The Plague by Albert Camus

It is not every day you read a book about an epidemic in the midst of a pandemic. It is sort of like reading about the Titanic while sitting on a lifeboat, or less dramatically, reading about food poisoning while managing a stomach bug -- the story hits too close to home. Déjà vu Little … Continue reading Book Review: The Plague by Albert Camus

Book Review: Unashamed by Lecrae

I enjoyed reading (or rather, listening to Lecrae read) this book. It is a deeply personal account of the rapper's journey to faith and his journey through faith. It is an autobiography of sorts, mostly focusing on how Lecrae came to faith and why he does "ministry" the way he does. The book finally (hopefully) … Continue reading Book Review: Unashamed by Lecrae

Book Review: How the Bible Actually Works

I regularly listen to Pete Enns and Jared Byas' podcast The Bible for Normal People. The two hosts have carved out a helpful niche focusing on why Christians need to put off their overly mystical lenses when approaching the Bible. They acknowledge the difficulties that many Christians encounter when reading they Bible, and they do their best … Continue reading Book Review: How the Bible Actually Works

Favorite Quotes from ‘Love Bila Regrets’

I thought I should share some of the quotes that stood out for me as I read John Musyimi and Mark Ambundo’s book Love Bila Regrets. Find my review of the book here. On the point or end-goal of a dating relationship: “Christian dating does not always lead to marriage; however, it must only be pursued in … Continue reading Favorite Quotes from ‘Love Bila Regrets’

Book Review: Am I Truly Saved? by John Musyimi

I've been a Christian for almost 15 years now, give or take. The thing is, I am not always sure I am a Christian. I am also not sure if the first time I raised my hand and “gave my life to Christ” was really the time I got “born again.” I am not even sure if … Continue reading Book Review: Am I Truly Saved? by John Musyimi