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Book Review: Made to Move, by Wendy LeBolt

Have you ever heard of a Kinesthetic Christian? Neither had I, until Wendy LeBolt sent me a copy of her book to review. Made to Move: Knowing and Loving God Through Our Bodies is LeBolt’s guide to loving God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength – without making half of them metaphorical. Continue reading

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Revealed, by Angela D. Schaffner

Dr Schaffner’s psychological insights guide her readers through a journey into a Bible which does not lecture, chide, nor always even guide us so much as hold up a mirror to our own lives and relationships, inviting God into those reflections, and recognizing where God’s grace is already at work within us. Continue reading

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Book Review: Outlandish, by Derek Penwell

I appreciated the extended argument for the use of sarcasm as a discipleship tool. Skewering broods of vipers, after all, is quite biblical. Continue reading

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Be still and know: meditation on a breathing meditation

After each breath is complete, there is a pause, in which nothing at all happens. In that pause, there is stillness, silence, a full and sufficient absence. Continue reading

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Book Review: We Pray With Her

“A gifted resource as varied as 70 women can be, while holding the thread in which women find themselves over and again, of sometimes grumpy, sometimes celebratory, oft-times put-upon, regularly resisting and persisting sisterhood.” Continue reading

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Book Review: One Breath at a Time, by J. Dana Trent

Dana Trent is a genuine fellow traveler … This is meditation for real life. Continue reading

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Outside the lines, by Mihee Kim-Kort

I can only imagine the joy and freedom of reading this book if one has never been invited to experiment with the theme and variations of divine love. It could be life-changing. Continue reading

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