Tag Archives: bookshelf

Trafficked: My Story #BookReview #SocialJustice

It’s ironic, isn’t it? Less than a month ago, I posted a book review for Phil Collin’s memoir Not Dead Yet, where I made the comment that I’m not really a fan of biographies. Shortly after that, I was grocery … Continue reading

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Phil Collins, Genesis, and the Soundtrack of my High School Years #BookReview

When I was in high school, Phil Collins and Genesis were the sound tracks of my life. From Phil Collins No Jacket Required to Genesis’ Invisible Touch albums, they were definitely some of my most played cassette tapes. To this … Continue reading

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On the Bookshelf – The Contemplative Pastor – Eugene Peterson

The Bible, The Message, and Eugene Peterson: Anyone who knows me knows that I love the Bible. It is my favourite book, one I have read dozens of times and in many different translations. One of the most fun and … Continue reading

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On the #Bookshelf – Jesus Is… by Judah Smith (Justin Beiber’s Pastor)

Judah Smith is one of my favourite preachers and his podcast is one that I listen to regularly. He and his wife Chelsea are the lead pastors of The City Church in Seattle, Washington. Jesus Is ___. is the first … Continue reading

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On the Bookshelf

I love to read. And I almost always have about a half dozen books on the to-read bookshelf. For some reason however, I didn’t get a lot of reading done over the summer. I read No Longer a Slumdog by … Continue reading

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