“How’s Your Soul?” by Judah Smith.

“A quiet soul is far more valuable than fame and fortune. A level soul, a balanced soul, a genuine soul- that is a gift from God…a calm and quiet spirit is the result of understanding that our relationship with God is not based on worth but on birth” (Judah Smith). Great book. I will start... Continue Reading →

“Reading the Bible Supernaturally” by John Piper.

This book made me fall in love with Scripture. This book changed the way I view my relationship with God, and honestly, God himself. It is a work that I highly recommend all those who profess to follow Christ should read. If you have been struggling with reading the Word consistently, or even having a... Continue Reading →

“Uninvited” by Lysa Terkeurst.

I picked up this book and to be honest, I was not expecting much from it. It seemed like one of those books that was just an easy read, kind of like the “chick flick” for literature. I randomly selected it from my moms bookshelf, and thought I would just get it done in a... Continue Reading →

“Desiring God” by John Piper.

This book made me realize that I, like John Piper, fall into the category of “Christian Hedonist.” By pursuing my own pleasure, I bring glory to God. A point he starts with in his chapter titled “Conversion” brings light to the actual beginning point of one’s relationship with the Lord. He says, “It implies that... Continue Reading →

“Audacious” by Beth Moore.

“The person you are when you love Jesus with everything in you-with your whole heart, soul, mind, and strength- is the real you. The brilliant you. The bring-it you.  The breathtaking you. The born-for-this you. The person you were born to be crawls out of the shell of a heart cracked wide-open to the audacious love... Continue Reading →

“You Were Made for More” by Jim Cymbala

I recommended a book to a friend to read, and that reading prompted this response. Check it out guys, you won't want to miss this! "There is are few things that will make me cringe more than remembering my high school basketball and volleyball coach yell “on the line.” Groans from teammates and squeaks from... Continue Reading →

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