Decisive, a new book by Chip Heath and Dan Heath about making better decisions, arrives on bookshelves across America today. It’s not normally a book I would have bought, or even picked up, but since I’m a member of a program that sends be books to read and review on my blog, this was the […]
Radical by David Platt from Taylor Robinson on Vimeo. I first received David Platt’s book Radical about two years ago. It was sent to me as part of the Blogging for Books program, which is administered by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group. According to the Blogging for Books website, “This program was designed for one purpose: […]
I generally enjoy reading books by John Maxwell. They are usually informative, engaging, well-written, and easy to read. Maxwell is committed to using language that is direct, clear, and easy to understand. As a result, his books are always a good read. Everyone Communicates, Few Connect is no exception.
Love. Marriage. Family. Faith. Friends. Work. How do you know you are living life in the zone? This is the question posited by this book. The answer lies within you. Living Life in the Zone is a 40-day excursion into a man’s life. But it is also more than that. It is a journey into […]
Several weeks ago I was selected purely at random (and certainly through no merit of my own) to receive a free copy of Mark Batterson‘s new book Primal. The exchange was simple — I get the book in advance, read it, and then post a review here, on my blog. So here goes. If you […]