Category Archive: Books

Why Weakness is Really Your Greatest Strength

{By Taylor Turner} Don’t be discouraged today. Yes, you’re aware of your weaknesses and failures, but for each of them there’s forgiving, transforming grace.” And thus began my reading of just a daily… Continue reading

7 Reasons Why You Need to Read a Book Today

{Guest Post by Kierstin Wilkins} Books have the power to change the world. But more importantly, they have the power to change you. I believe what we read sets a precedence for how… Continue reading

How C.S. Lewis Changed My Perspective on Love

{By Taylor Turner} Love. One simple word, yet, with so much gravity to our souls and permeating ramifications in our world. Culturally, we dilute its weight and narrow its definition and thus lose… Continue reading

The Curmudgeon’s Guide to Getting Ahead

{By Taylor Turner} What is the one book you should read in 2015?  As 2015 gets under way and schedules fill up with school and list of things to do, how can you… Continue reading

How Should Christians Respond to Heaven Is For Real?

{By Taylor Turner} So I finally sat down and read “Heaven is for Real.” Admittedly, I was skeptical from the get-go due to some voids in the books message when it comes to… Continue reading

Book Review: What is the Gospel?

{By Taylor Turner}   Suppose somebody hastily approached you, pausing for a moment to catch their breath and to wipe away beads of sweat on their forehead. After gasping for air, one simple… Continue reading

Book Review: Humility

{By Taylor Turner}   “As long as you are proud you cannot know God. A proud man is always looking down on things and people: and, of course, as long as you are… Continue reading

Book Review: The Screwtape Letters

{By Taylor Turner} The devil is in the details. If you haven’t said it or had it said to you, I’m certain you will hear this phrase soon enough. Many times, we narrow… Continue reading

Book Review: The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership

{By Taylor Turner} Great leaders are not born. They are cultivated. How does it happen? How does a person go from ineffectiveness to effectiveness? In his internationally renowned book, “The 21 Irrefutable Laws… Continue reading

Review: Mere Christianity

{By Taylor Turner} When the shots rang out in Dallas, Texas on the morning of November 22,1963, Americans were stunned. The rest of their day was a blur. President John F. Kennedy, a… Continue reading