Tag: Book Review

Witness Well

Review of Lynn Wilder’s book “Unveiling Grace”

“These places belong to those for whom they have been prepared.”  (Mark 10:40b) Two disciples revealed hearts yearning for position and power within God’s kingdom. Jesus asks them, “Can you drink the cup that I can drink?” Their request reveals a pursuit of self-righteousness or self-promotion that lies at the core of sinful flesh. To …

Review of “Loved into the Light: Shining God’s Light on Mormonism”

Mormons believe they are Christians. Yet, many of them have never really heard the real truth of God’s Word. The teachings of Mormonism utilizes the same words, but with a far different understanding than the teachings of orthodox Christianity. In a man-centered religion like Mormonism, Christ takes a back seat in their theology and instead, …

People are saying “Enough already!” to today’s branding of Christ

In today’s world of marketing and public relations, more and more companies are relying on consumers to get the word out about a particular brand or company.  When people have needs met and feel good about a product, they become passionate in sharing their discoveries with other people.  In essence, they become very effective sales …

“FORMATION GENERATION” Praying for your Unborn Child

What if we had a new generation of children, that were literally formed in prayer? This is the question that is posed in a new book that is scheduled to be released in early March by Robert M. Kurz. The book is called “Formation Generation” and it is a week-by-week guide on how to specifically …

Reaching Men Who Hate Going to Church

If today’s church wants to reach men, it must start challenging them to follow Christ. In the Bible, Jesus confronted the religious, comforted the needy, but challenged everyone else. Rick Warren estimates that 80% of today’s churches are comforting churches which he labeled as “family reunion churches.” The greatest commandment for comforting churches is to be nice. The …