Saturday Morning Reading List

One of the most common questions I get asked is, "What should I be reading? Folks usually ask this casually and I, not understanding that everyone is not like me, will unload about 10-12 titles and authors in 30 seconds. I am blessed with an extreme desire to stay inside, sit still, and let my…

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biblical womanhood: not what we thought it was

I recently had the pleasure of reading A Year of Biblical Womanhood by Rachel Held Evans. I laughed. I cried. I was inspired. I was convicted. But most importantly, even though I do not hold particularly conservative values, my eyes were opened to the radical nature of Scripture that calls women of every walk to do amazing…

Another swing and a miss for Driscoll

As you might remember, our small group Bible study is reading through Mark Driscoll's, Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe. I still shake my head at the title, but nonetheless, we enter week two and the second section, "God Makes." In this section, Driscoll talks about the creation narratives and their implications for us today. At first I…

A review of Zealot by Reza Aslan

I love reading in public. Not because I like to look intelligent, but instead I enjoy engaging an author’s work in community with others. I cannot tell you how many amazing conversations have sprung up just because someone recognized a popular or catchy book title. So many people asked what I thought of Reza Aslan’s…