Habits of Grace by David Mathis


     We don’t like the word “discipline.” Spiritual disciplines have a way of sounding time consuming, strict, and boring. David Mathis, in an attempt to simplify and help us find joy in Christ through spiritual discipline, has given us this short book. In it, he explains that daily “habits of grace” such as Bible reading are disciplines that will draw […]

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Light of the Last by Chuck Black


Drew Carter has gotten himself into a nearly hopeless situation. Just nearly, because he’s given a way out – join the CIA. There’s one problem, the Invader presence is stronger than ever, and Drew begins to question the motives of those he reports to. The angel Validus comes to understand just how important Drew is […]

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Curio by Evangeline Denmark


Grey Haward’s family has a secret. They are different from the others in Mercury City. At least, her father and grandfather are different. They aren’t dependent on the potion from the Chemists like everyone else in the city. But the secret is even deeper than that. Even Grey doesn’t know, until she risks her life for […]

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Easter Reading


In the past, I’ve read a book about the Cross during the Lenten season. While Lent more traditionally is a time people give things up as a means of self-sacrifice, I try to keep my mind focused more on Christ and His work on the Cross during this time leading up to Easter. Reading a Cross-themed […]

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The Consequences of Ideas by R. C. Sproul


Does anything begin without first being an idea? A thought? How have ideas shaped the world we know today? That’s what R. C. Sproul sets out to explain in this book. Going back to the days of Pythagoras, Sproul gives us an introduction to the ideas and theories of many of the greatest thinkers, including […]

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