Another Fantastic Non-Prophet Book from Todd Hampson

If you are like me, you’ve always considered the last book of the Bible to be confusing, strange, and not really applicable to people living today. A new book from Harvest House Publishers, however, completely debunks each of these myths and helps us understand the book of Revelation as the fascinating and relevant message to humanity that it is. “The Non-Prophet’s Guide to the Book of Revelation: Bible Prophecy for Everyone” is a user-friendly book that is carefully researched and backed by facts, and is packed with entertaining graphics and helpful visuals such as timelines and charts. If you are ready to begin uncovering what God is telling us in the words of Revelation, this book will set you off to a great start! Continue reading

Another Exceptional Volume from Hannah Anderson

The first book I read by Hannah Anderson was “All That’s Good: Recovering the Lost Art of Discernment”. I was so impressed by this challenging book that I knew I wanted to read her previously-released titles as well, and was delighted with the opportunity to read “Humble Roots: How Humility Grounds and Nourishes Your Soul”. Published by Moody in 2016, this book is for those whose hearts respond with longing to a simple yet powerful invitation, spoken in the Bible by Jesus himself: “Feeling worn thin? Come find rest.” Continue reading

Awesome Resource for Moviegoers!

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I first picked up my copy of of “God in the Movies: A Guide for Exploring Four Decades of Film”, edited by Catherine M. Barsotti and Robert K. Johnston. Published by BrazosPress in 2017, the purpose of the book is to “encourage movie lovers and small groups to reflect critically and theologically on some of the best movies of recent years.”

“God in the Movies” is a thick volume with in-depth discussions for 40 movies, all released between 1981 and 2014. This extensive list includes classics such as: “Chariots of Fire”, “Groundhog Day”, “Up”, “Life of Pi”, and of course many more. Continue reading