Morning and Evening by Charles H. Spurgeon (Book Review)

  So I started this well-known devotional about a year ago and honestly, I find it to be the best devotional that I have ever read. Much better than those currently on the market.  Charles Haddon Spurgeon, while he is rendered “The Prince of Preachers”, he is also a fantastic writer. His words are soulContinue reading “Morning and Evening by Charles H. Spurgeon (Book Review)”

The Sovereignty of God by A.W Pink (Book Review)

Published in 1918, reformed pastor A.W Pink (1886-1952) explores the neglected, controversial, yet essential topic on the sovereignty of God. I have heard about this book countless times as a classic in theology and up until recently I got to read it.  So here is my review of  The Sovereignty of God. Pink explores differentContinue reading “The Sovereignty of God by A.W Pink (Book Review)”

The Faith Shaped Life by Ian Hamilton (Book Review)

The opening words sets the tone for the book, “the Christian life is a faith-shaped life. Not only is faith the instrument that unites us to Christ, it is the reality that shapes how we live in union with Christ “ Truer words have never been spoken as the rest of the book shows usContinue reading “The Faith Shaped Life by Ian Hamilton (Book Review)”

The Christians writer’s manual of style by Robert Hudson (book review)

This book is a reference book if anything, split up like an encyclopedia so you can find what appeals to your interest. It is compatible with other books on writing such as the Chicago Manual of Style. The difference here is that this book further touches on religious publications. Many guidelines are featured here suchContinue reading “The Christians writer’s manual of style by Robert Hudson (book review)”

The Gospel-Shaped Life by Ian Hamilton (Book Review)

  So a few months ago at a conference, I came across this book that Banner of Truth was selling. The title alone caught my eye as there is a lack of Gospel-centered preaching and sound doctrine nowadays. Therefore, we must return to the Gospel and let it shape our lives so that we wouldContinue reading “The Gospel-Shaped Life by Ian Hamilton (Book Review)”

Book Review: The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey, host of the Dave Ramsey Show has been offering financial knowledge and helping people get out of debt since 1992. He has written multiple books as well as hosted seminars, such as the Financial Peace University. In his book, the Total Money Makeover, he offers a step by step method in becoming debtContinue reading “Book Review: The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey”

Overcoming Sin and Temptation by John Owen (Book Review)

John Owen has written massively on this subject. Famously known for his book, “Of The Mortification of Sin”. This book features “The Mortification of Sin”, along with 2 other works: “Of Temptation: The Nature and Power of It”, “The Nature, Power, Deceit and Prevalency of Indwelling Sin”. What all three books address is the problemContinue reading “Overcoming Sin and Temptation by John Owen (Book Review)”

Duties of Christian Fellowship by John Owen (Review/Discussion)

  Happy Monday everyone! So I’ve been reading through the book “Duties of Christian Fellowship” by John Owen. Fantastic read thus far. What I enjoy about this book is it’s practicality for Christians in the context of the relationship to the pastor as well as the body of Christ. Both relationships are split into twoContinue reading “Duties of Christian Fellowship by John Owen (Review/Discussion)”

Book Review: Life and Theology of Paul by Guy Prentiss Waters

I’m currently reading through 1 Corinthians as I finish up the New Testament. As I make way through the Pauline epistles, one cannot help but desire to know more of the man of God who wrote it. Here is a man who was a Pharisee persecuting Christians and ends up being one of the mostContinue reading “Book Review: Life and Theology of Paul by Guy Prentiss Waters”

Duties of Christian Fellowship by John Owen (Review/Discussion)

    Happy Monday everyone! So I’ve been reading through the book “Duties of Christian Fellowship” by John Owen. Fantastic read thus far. What I enjoy about this book is it’s practicality for Christians in the context of the relationship to the pastor as well as the body of Christ. Both relationships are split intoContinue reading “Duties of Christian Fellowship by John Owen (Review/Discussion)”