Category: Book Reviews

  • Live Big, Love Bigger

    Kathryn Whitaker‘s new book, Live Big, Love Bigger hit shelves yesterday and I couldn’t put it down. I’ve known Kathryn for probably nearly 15 years now—she was the graphic designer that created most of the paper printed for the University Catholic Center when I worked there. We became friends through her amazing design, my knack…

  • Offsite: Daddies Matter Too

    Offsite: Daddies Matter Too

    Over on the Daddyblog, I posted a review of sorts of Nelly Gnu and Daddy Too, the latest book in the Llama Llama series. Check it out over at Kraft: In Search of Fatherhood.

  • Book Review: The Happiest Life

    The Happiest Life by Hugh Hewitt is a fine book, if you’re wanting to mine through it.

  • The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant

    The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant by Terry Felber is an interesting parable about how to be a faithful businessman, practicing Christian principles while in the pursuit of profit. The story is a grandfather telling his grandson the story about him and his business mentor. Every three years, the mentor and the grandfather…

  • Book Review – Redemption

    Book Review – Redemption

    I recently read Redemption: A Rebellious Spirit, a Praying Mother, and the Unlikely Path to Olympic Gold by Bryan Clay, which struck me in light of Lance Armstrong and, to a point, the Manti Te’o girlfriend developments. Clay is a gold-medal decathlete, winning in Bejing in 2008 and released this autobiography prior to his 2012 Olympic attempt.…

  • The Challenge: Why Men Hate Going to Church

    The Challenge: Why Men Hate Going to Church

    I have a confession to make about Friday’s post. I had just finished reading Why Men Hate Going to Church by David Murrow. In his recent second edition, he postulates that the reason the gender gap is increasing in many Christian denominations is that many churches are overly feminized. Yes, the vast majority of pastors…