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Review: Wooden on Leadership

Wooden, John, and Steve Jamison. Wooden on Leadership: How to Create a Winning Organization. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2005. 302 pp. $19.25. Basketball is rather painful for our family. All four daughters played to some extent on the local high school team, though each girl is vertically challenged, and our coaches had never read Wooden on … Continue reading

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Review: The Presence of God

J. Ryan Lister. The Presence of God: Its Place in the Storyline of Scripture and the Strory of Our Lives. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2015. 368 pp. $20.65. “Talk of God’s presence is part of the white noise of evangelicalism,” says J. Ryan Lister (21). The language itself is common parlance in Christian churches, yet a … Continue reading

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Review: Taking Your Church to the Next Level

McIntosh, Gary L. Taking Your Church to the Next Level: What Got You Here Won’t Get You There. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2009. Kindle ed. 2011. I distinctly remember the seminary classroom debate: large church or small church? Elmer Towns argued for large, and I honestly can’t remember who supported the small model. In … Continue reading

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Review: Matthew (Teach the Text Commentary Series)

Jeannine Brown. Matthew (Teach the Text Commentary Series). Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, 2015. 352 pp. $28.06. Quality theological study needs a variety of theological perspectives and voices. Limiting the voices that can influence your theological work trends towards limiting the effectiveness and quality of your theological work. It is with this conviction in mind that … Continue reading

Speaker Spotlight: Kathy Ross

With the 2015 Family Conference just around the corner, we wanted to spend some time helping you get to know our speakers for this year’s conference by asking them to answer a few questions for us. Here’s the sixth of a series of posts we will be running over the next two weeks leading up to the conference on April … Continue reading

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