Reviews by FaithVillage
On 10/26 FaithVillage wrote: For those unfamiliar with this Wilford Brimley doppelgänger from the early 20th century, the portly and prolific Christian author G.K. Chesterton wrote nearly 80 books, 4000 articles, 200 short stories, hundreds of poems, and even a few plays. In other words, fans of Chesterton owe editor Kevin Belmonte ... To read Chesterton is to read an author unlike any other.
On 8/6 FaithVillage wrote: Pete Wilson is the soft-spoken, well-coiffed senior pastor of Cross Point Church in Nashville. His newest book, Empty Promises, echoes Tim Keller's Counterfeit Gods or Craig Groeschel's The Christian Atheist. In other words, it's a worthwhile, accessible read that props a mirror in front of the reader ... Empty Promises is a Worthwhile, Accessible Read
On 2/17 FaithVillage wrote: If you're at all familiar with the I Am Second campaign, the recently released book by the same name holds few surprises. However, the stories told within its pages evidence the transformational power of a severely merciful God. They are written testimonies for a digital age, as seen by the inclusion ... Written Testimonies for a Digital Age
On 12/21 FaithVillage wrote: A few years ago I hopped onto an elevator with Gordon MacDonald. Many floors later, I’d heard his pitch for a “great idea” at least twenty times. While his words flowed like a preacher hitting his stride, his unquenchable desire to see his flock grow deeper (and not just wider) was contagious. ... Lengthy, but There's Wheat to Be Gleaned