All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque


     Told by German soldier Paul Bäumer, All Quiet on the Western Front is the story of a group of schoolmates who enlisted in the German army during World War I. We watch as these young men fight at the front lines, and entertain themselves between battles. We see the losses, and the hardness that […]

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When I Don’t Desire God by John Piper


    We often look at other Christians and wonder where they get their joy. How can they be so calm and thankful in situations that make us want to get angry or scared, and lose hope? In this book, John Piper explains what true joy is. Joy in God. He explains that while joy is […]

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Black Earth by Timothy Snyder


     For America, and likely much of Western Europe, most of what we know about World War II and the Holocaust comes from the Western perspective, and the battles fought on Germany’s western front. In Black Earth, Timothy Snyder tells of the events in Eastern Europe that led to the destruction of smaller state governments, […]

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“Mein Kampf” Publication in Germany


For the first time since World War II, Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” has been newly published in Germany. In today’s political and cultural climate, with so many nations and individuals harboring hatred for the Jewish people, this seems like the worst possible time for such a publication. The comfort comes in that this new edition is […]

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Wanna Help?


Hey guys! I’m looking into putting together a list of the best sites for writing and reading/books. Whether it’s a blog, a full website, or a community (like Goodreads). Want to help? Leave a comment, or use the contact form to send me an email. I’ll look through the sites you guys send and put […]

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Parables by John MacArthur


     Would it shock you to learn that Jesus used parables to hide the truths he spoke from those who were willfully unbelieving? In Parables, John MacArthur explains why this is one of the major reasons Jesus used this form of teaching in public, and later explained the meaning to those who sought the truth. I can’t […]

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Something New to Share


I’ve added a new page for Printable Worksheets. I created these sheets as a way for me to keep notes to do my reviews, but I think everyone can find a use for them. There are two versions: one for fiction and one for non-fiction.

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My Plans for 2016


Happy new year! It’s that time again. Looking back, I did a little better last year than the previous year with reading and Bible study, but I want to do even better in 2016. So, here are my plans: More Bible Study/Reading – there are a few ways I’ll be accomplishing this. Ligonier Connect – […]

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