Book Review, Christian Nonfiction, Nonfiction

Book Review: “Why Church Matters”

            Why Church Matters is like your 6 A.M. alarm. It is absolutely necessary, but it can be rather painful. With humility and humor, Joshua Harris walks us through the often-overlooked topic of why church matters. “The church matters because Jesus chose it to tell and show the world the message of His love.” –… Continue reading Book Review: “Why Church Matters”

Book List, What's On My Shelf

What’s On My Shelf Right Now: January 2017

I am planning on doing these “What’s On My Shelf” posts once a month during the first week of the month so that you all can see what to expect to be reviewed in the coming days. Also, I encourage you to comment with what’s on your shelf next to your bed (or just whatever… Continue reading What’s On My Shelf Right Now: January 2017

Article, Fantasy, Fiction

Why Christians Should Read ‘Harry Potter’

I grew up in conservative Baptist circles that condemned J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series as terribly evil. I have spent the past month reading the seven-part (reading the eighth installment now) series because I have come to the age where a series intended for children probably will do a relatively small amount of harm, if… Continue reading Why Christians Should Read ‘Harry Potter’

Book Review, Fantasy, Fiction

Book Review: Harry Potter

Rating: 9.6 out of 10.0 Author: J.K. Rowling I am going to once more break from my traditional style of reviewing. There are several things I must say before going too far into this review. First, it is important for you to know that this book review comes after having read all seven original works… Continue reading Book Review: Harry Potter