Reviews

  • I Still Believe – Movie Review

    Right about the time that this ol’ blog got started, an artist named Jeremy Camp was just coming on the scene. In some odd way, Jeremy’s career and this blog […]

  • 10 Books That Shaped Me

      There are a lot of things that have molded and shaped me over the years. Some good and some not so good. Be that as it may, I was […]

  • Review – Fearless by Eric Blehm

    Last week I received a copy of a book called “Fearless” by Eric Blehm to review. Little did I know when I started this book that by the end of it, […]

  • Best. Book. Ever.

    If you’ve been around this blog any time at all, you probably know a few things about me. First, I review a lot of books. Second, I have given more […]

  • Review – All Pro Dad

    This is a review I cannot wait to get done on so many levels. First, I am a HUGE fan of the All Pro Dad movement. Several years ago I […]

  • Soul Surfer Preview

    Last night, my lovely bride and I had the blessing of seeing an advanced screening of the movie “Soul Surfer” which is due to be released on April 8th. As […]

  • “Beauty Will Rise”

    I spent the day with Steven Curtis Chapman today…. Well, okay so I didn’t actually sit down with a man I have an ultimate respect for, but I sure feel […]

  • A Million Miles in a Thousand Years – A Review

    About 2 years ago, I got an email from a Pastor in the blogosphere with one simple question on it. It said “What’s your story”. That was it. Three simple […]

  • Simply The Best!

    One thing that has always amazed me is how books seem to hit at just the right time. I actually recevied “Wide Awake” by Erwin McManus for Christmas along with […]

  • Last Post of The Year!

    Yep, it’s the last post I will do for 2008! Below are just several miscellaneous thoughts and updates. Happy New Year all! Hard to believe that next year we’ll be […]

  • The Only Thing That’s Good In Me

    Let me begin by thanking Kerri for her recommendation of the new Michael English book “The Prodigal Comes Home” a few weeks ago. I started reading it on Friday and […]

  • Carrying the Mat

    “Everytime you forgive someone who hurt you, encourage someone who feels defeated, extend compassion to someone who stands alone, confront someone in love, open your heart to a friend, reconcile […]

  • Camelot

    Last night, my wife and I sat down to watch the 1995 movie “First Knight”. I had seen it before, but I must have been in a much different place […]

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