Book Review

Digital Minimalism: A Review 150 150 Andrew Hicks

Digital Minimalism: A Review

Cal Newport’s Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World was a game changer. If you, like me, have been greatly bothered by the ways technology has hindered rather…

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Dare to Lead: A Review 150 150 Andrew Hicks

Dare to Lead: A Review

Brene Brown is a well-known and well-respected leader of leaders who has been widely popular for at least a decade now. Her TED talks are among the most viewed and…

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The Pastor’s Bookshelf: A Review 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

The Pastor’s Bookshelf: A Review

Austin Carty has a Pastor’s Bookshelf and in his book he welcomes the reader to take a peek at that shelf and to learn how to build your own shelf.…

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Jesus and John Wayne: A Review 1000 667 Andrew Hicks

Jesus and John Wayne: A Review

This book is a historical account of recent white evangelical history in the United States. I think every white, evangelical church goer should read this book! It subverted many assumptions…

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Faith After Doubt: A Review 1024 683 Andrew Hicks

Faith After Doubt: A Review

Brian D. McLaren is the author of Faith After Doubt: Why Your Beliefs Stopped Working and What to Do About It. Shout out to my friend Mike Branch for sending me…

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Love Matters More: A Review 683 1024 Andrew Hicks

Love Matters More: A Review

I greatly enjoyed Love Matters More: How Fighting to Be Right Keeps us from Loving Like Jesus. Jared Byas, the co-host of the popular podcast The Bible for Normal People, wrote this…

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In The Great Stream: A Review 1024 694 Andrew Hicks

In The Great Stream: A Review

In The Great Stream: Imagining Churches of Christ in the Christian Tradition is a zenith in writings about the Churches of Christ (COC). Leonard Allen, dean of the college of…

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A Year of Biblical Womanhood: A Review 683 1024 Andrew Hicks

A Year of Biblical Womanhood: A Review

A Year of Biblical Womanhood: How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on Her Roof, Covering Her Head and Calling Her Husband “Master” is a provocative and fun book that pushes…

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Scandalous Witness: A Review 768 1024 Andrew Hicks

Scandalous Witness: A Review

Scandalous Witness: A Little Political Manifesto for Christians by Lee Camp is not for the faint of heart. Camp’s argument is provocative and he is not prone to pull any punches.…

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The Self-Centered Marriage: A Review 1000 667 Andrew Hicks

The Self-Centered Marriage: A Review

I recently read The Self-Centered Marriage: The Revolutionary ScreamFree Approach to Rebuilding Your “We” by Reclaiming Your “I.” This book, by Hal Runkel, is an excellent and challenging read. I strongly…

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