Anointed for Appointment

By Olaniyi M. Adelabu

I found this book very interesting.  I grew up in a church that did not anoint with oil.  However, I now attend a church where it is a large part of our worship.  The oil in itself is not important, neither is it magical or...

A Perfect Mess

Why You Don't Have to Worry About Being Good Enough for God
By Lisa Harper

For too many years I thought God was keeping score.  I pictured him in heaven with a book in one hand and a feather pen in the other.  Every time I messed up he would take away a pre-determined number of points.  Fighting with my...

Answering The Objections of Atheistic, Agnostics, and Skeptics

By Ron Rhodes

At some point in a Christian’s faith, he/she will be asked to defend their beliefs. Ron Rhodes offers logical answers with sound support. It is very difficult to answer the arguments of atheists, agnostics, and skeptics and it is very intimidating. Rhodes writes in an easy...

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A Man Worth Waiting For

How To Avoid a Bozo
By Jackie Kendall

Author Jackie Kendall begins her latest book, A Man Worth Waiting For, by defining a Bozo and a Boaz. Boaz was a Biblical character in the book of Ruth. A Boaz respects you and the law; he sees more than your looks, and he is...

A Little Guidebook for the Servant-Leader

By Charles Weber

Charles Weber begins his book by defining salvation and offering six evidences of salvation. One of the most important chapters in this book emphasizes prayer. Weber identifies the five types of prayer: Praise, Thanksgiving, Confession, Intercession, and Petition. I found the chapter on Spiritual Fruits...