By June 9, 2008| The Grace and Truth Paradox is a great little book with a really big message: learning to exemplify both God’s truth and grace in our lives.
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By June 4, 2008Tenzing Norgay, in his autobiography titled Tiger of the Snows, writes about the experience of climbing Kang Peak in the Himalayas with a man named George Frey, on a 1952 Swiss expedition. |
By May 24, 2008This is wedding season and I'm sure a lot of you will be going to weddings over the next three months. If you're married, be sure to use this opportunity to think in terms of cultivating and preserving your marriage. |
By May 18, 2008I've recently been overwhelmed with seemingly endless opportunities to do good things. I've been weighing what to say yes to and what to say no to. Seems like every year of my life I have to say no to more good things. |
By May 15, 2008I think of how God had his hand on my life long before I was in high school, when I read for the first time a book that really captivated me...the Bible. That Book came alive to me when I met the Author, who soon became my best friend. Can't wait for all the adventures He has awaiting us, His children, in the new universe. |
By May 12, 2008This month we’re giving away Randy’s murder mystery novel | Deception to three randomly drawn winners.
By May 8, 2008| Books and bookstores have had an enormous influence on my own life. I came to Christ as a teenager, at Powell Valley Covenant Church in Gresham, less than a mile from where I live now. My first youth pastor, Paul Siwick, did me a huge favor—he gave me a key to his office, so I could go in any time and read his books, hundreds of them. I read everything I could get my hands on.
By May 2, 2008I’d like to address a recent question that came up in a blog comment last week. I figure other readers might have read the question and may be interested, since I've been asked it many times over the years. |
The question was, from a biblical standpoint, is it okay to talk to our loved ones who've gone on to be with Jesus?
By April 29, 2008When I'm asked what writers had the most profound influence on me as a young Christian, I always say there were three, and they continue to influence me today: C. S. Lewis, A. W. Tozer and Francis Schaeffer. |