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Book Review – Good Faith: Being a Christian When Society Thinks You’re Irrelevant and Extreme by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons

October 09, 2017 at 8:45 pm by Scott Roberts


Let’s face a sobering fact: We as followers of Jesus now dwell in a post-Christian world. In Western society, we are no longer the majority, therefore when it comes to related sociological constructs such as marriage, sex, politics, and morality in general, Christians – especially those of us in America – are losing the influence we once had in decades past.

So how are we as believers supposed to interact in society that’s exponentially growing and promoting things that are the antithesis of Christian thought and Christian values? This blazingly wonderful and crucial concept is definitely begging for more coverage in books and sermons.

David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons try to tackle this matter in their book “Good Faith: Being a Christian When Society Thinks You’re Irrelevant and Extreme.” Do they succeed at giving this crucial topic it deserves? Read on to find out…


Book Review – Wounded in the Church by Chris Hayward and Ray Beeson

July 25, 2017 at 3:13 pm by Scott Roberts


We’ve all heard sorrowful tales of how certain Christian leaders and congregation members practice hypocrisy, psychological manipulation, shaming, criticism and rejection towards newer church goers.

This feeling of hurt, dejection and betrayal of the most often heard reasons why people leave the church and shun organized religion.

Wounded in the Church: Hope Beyond the Pain,” by Chris Hayward and Ray Beeson, was written to address these issues.

The book is rooted in Biblical truth and the Gospel, and…


Book Review – Driven By Eternity by John Bevere

May 02, 2017 at 7:00 pm by Scott Roberts


John Bevere’s Driven by Eternity: Making Your Life Count Today & Forever  is not for the spiritually squeamish. Yet it contains a message that has eternal consequences for everyone.

Too many people think it’s okay to recite the “Sinner’s Prayer,” ask Jesus to come into their hearts, and then go back to living their old lives without even thinking about developing a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Yes, it is faith that saves us, but as James chapter 2 says, “faith without works is dead.” Driven By Eternity urges you to start LIVING for Christ, and not just being complacent and living a lukewarm (or even cold) life here on earth…

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