Writing a Book Review…ugh!

Here is some helpful advice from Tim Challies on writing a book review; something that may not be all that interesting to you, but for me, reading and articulating my thoughts is something I’m always trying to refine and as on who will enter back into the realm of academia in the near future I…

What I learned from the Youth Pastor Summit

Now, you might be expecting me to share all of the profound insights from the various speakers who spoke at the conference.  But, I’m not going to do that.  Not because I didn’t learn anything because I did, but because they said it a lot better than I ever could.  As I was walking through the…

Mit Romney, Scott Brown and my sister?!?

So, if you know my sister this is relevant (if not, then disregard this post), but my sister works in D.C. and was hanging out with Mit Romney, Scott Brown and several others at a Republican get together several days ago.  And being the gregarious and savvy woman that she is she managed to make national…

Social Security and the Pastor

This is a good word from Dr. Moore on whether or not its ethical for pastors to opt out of Social Security.  I’ve had many conversations about this issue and have godly pastor friends of mine who fall on both sides of the issue.  Dr. Moore’s post is very helpful.

Reading Goals – what’s that all about?

This is a great post by Joshua Harris on reading goals, which is actually a summary of a blog-post by a guy named Trevin Wax.  I did not start to enjoy reading until late my junior year at The University of Kentucky and since that year God has given me an insatiable appetite for reading.  In…