My 2021 Journey In Books

I’m a bit late to the bragging party but, hey, (pardon the cliché) it’s better late than never, I guess. Yay, I’ve reached my goal of reading 50 books in 2021 and I’m thankful for that. But, as important as that achievement is to me, my primary reading aim has been more about what reading … Continue reading My 2021 Journey In Books

Book Review | When Everything’s On Fire: Faith Forged from the Ashes by Brian Zahnd

Of late some high-profile cases of western Christians losing or abandoning their long-held Christian faith bring to the fore the difficulty of sustaining one’s faith in an age of secularism, scepticism and unbelief. Deconstructing one’s faith until there is none left at all, as some did, seems to be a common solution. What had gone … Continue reading Book Review | When Everything’s On Fire: Faith Forged from the Ashes by Brian Zahnd

Book Review | The Power to Bless by Alan Wright

Blessing! Such a positive and evocative word that speaks of the bestowal and the receiving of goodness and favour. It ought to be spoken and heard frequently in Christian circles but yet many still shy away from even saying it. They often unconsciously say they are ‘lucky’ when something good happens or is done to … Continue reading Book Review | The Power to Bless by Alan Wright

Book Review | What Lurks In The Woods by Nicole Bell

Medical memoirs aren’t a sub-genre that’s high on my must-read list. That’s why I’d only read a couple of them (I think) in the past six years. These were written by patients who chronicled their descent into a life-threatening illness, their search for treatments, and their eventual recovery. Sadly, one of them didn't live to … Continue reading Book Review | What Lurks In The Woods by Nicole Bell