Reviews
The fellowship of the dead

I wonder if any genre has so much to offer the believer as biography. There is wonderful fellowship to be had among those whose lives ended even before ours began. Muster of the dead Hundred... Read more

“A Bunch of Everlastings” by F. W. Boreham

Boreham, F. W. A Bunch of Everlastings. London: King & Jarrett, Ltd., 1920. 252 pages. [xrr rating=5/5] Dr. Andrew Corbett, who is currently preparing a documentary on the life of F. W.... Read more

“Tyndale” by David Teems

Teems, David. Tyndale, The Man Who Gave God an English Voice. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2012. This book supplied for review through BookSneeze®. 263 pages plus appendices. [xrr rating=4.5/5]... Read more

When God hurts us

I spoke at a family camp at Crystal Creek Christian Camp over the weekend. If you’ve ever been there, you know the blessing it is to fellowship with God’s people around the word... Read more

Eleven reasons I love reading Christian biographies

1) I find biographies easy to read when I’m too worn out to read heavier genres like theology, philosophy, history, etc. 2) I get to “hang out” with and learn from men and... Read more

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