Book Review: An Early Job Lesson — Do It

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

One of the biggest lessons I learned on the job, first in the military and then working in industry, is that sometimes you have to make a decision and move on. It’s impossible to know everything about a situation or decision, and you can’t know the future, so do what you can to make a…
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Review: Moonfinder by Jay Ryan

Thursday, September 29th, 2011

We cherish children’s books in our family. When you have eight children, the books that you’ve read to every single child enter the family lore, with phrases from them bringing a smile years later. “Good night to the old lady whispering ‘Hush!’”

Review: Ned, Barnardo Boy

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

There are only a select subset of books that I reread. Most are barely worth the time to finish them, but there are a few that bear rereading again and again. Dorothy Sayers is like that. Although she writes mysteries, her prose is so enjoyable that you don’t even care that you know “who dunnit.”…
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Review: This Means War: Equipping Christian Families for Fostercare or Adoption

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Don’t miss the contest at the bottom of this post, friends! Although we have never adopted, when author Cheryl Ellicott offered me a review copy of This Means War: Equipping Christian Families for Fostercare or Adoption, I jumped at the chance! You see, I had read the first chapter of the book as a sample…
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Learn to Study the Bible: A Review and A Contest!

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

When I first heard of Andy Deane’s new book, Learn to Study the Bible, I was drawn to it because I have been looking for years for something to help our sons to dig a little deeper when studying the Word of God. This book is a great start. Learn to Study the Bible grew…
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