2018 Top Books Read!
It’s time for the annual list of the top books I have read in 2018. This has become a tradition on Thanksgiving/ Black Friday / Cyber Monday / and whatever they will call Tuesday and Wednesday in the future! Without further ado….here are the top books I’ve read this year. [amazon_link id=”0310519659″ target=”_blank” ]People to […]
Top Books Read in 2017
Below is a list of the top books I have read in 2017. I’d recommend these as gift ideas or for your own personal growth. [amazon_link id=”0801019257″ target=”_blank” ]Growing Young: Six Essential Strategies to Help Young People Discover and Love Your Church[/amazon_link] [amazon_image id=”0801019257″ link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Growing Young: Six Essential Strategies to Help Young […]
Where does your Limp Lead You?
I have an attraction to leadership books which describe real leaders, rather than those with a polished, corporate facade. I fully acknowledge we can learn from books touting secrets and methods, but I find much more encouragement in those which help me lead in and through my weaknesses. An all time favorite of mine is […]
Best Book I’ve Read in 2016
The best book I have read in 2016 is [amazon_link id=”0061777129″ target=”_blank” ]Necessary Endings[/amazon_link] by Henry Cloud. It deals with the difficult process of ending things in our lives. This could be letting an employee or co-worker go, ending a bad habit, or making a needed change in our lives. Take a look at some […]
Cheap Grace or a Cheap Response?
The number one objection to grace says if you give people a big grace they will do whatever they want. Dietrich Bonhoeffer in [amazon_link id=”0684815001″ target=”_blank” ]The Cost of Discipleship[/amazon_link] famously called this cheap grace. I do not believe any grace is cheap since it cost Jesus everything. I would rather argue the cheapening of […]