Epic Grace – Chronicles of a Recovering Idiot by Kurt W. Bubna

In this refreshingly honest book, pastor and author Kurt Bubna shares personal stories of his struggles and failures in life, and how God brought him through it all with love and grace. Bubna explains that life’s most valuable and lasting lessons are often learned in the dark valleys of defeat and despair, and shares how he learned to “grow” through his struggles and to put his faith in a caring Father. Continue reading “Epic Grace – Chronicles of a Recovering Idiot by Kurt W. Bubna”

Thank You, Anarchy: Notes from the Occupy Apocalypse by Nathan Schneider

Nathan Schneider shares his experiences and observations as a journalist during the Occupy Wall Street movement, where he spent much of his time participating in the marches, meetings, and camp-0uts in Zuccotti Park. He offers an insider’s perspective on the goings-on of the protests. Continue reading “Thank You, Anarchy: Notes from the Occupy Apocalypse by Nathan Schneider”

Honest To God by Josh Weidmann

Are you being honest to God?

Let’s face it – sometimes we’re not always honest. In a superficial world that’s all about keeping up appearances, it can be hard to let down your guard. It leaves you open to rejection, vulnerable- but it’s also crucially important to a healthy relationship. Honesty is the key to trust, and to our faith.

Josh Weidmann shares his life experiences of learning how to open up to God, and sharing his true thoughts and feelings with Him. He explains that God doesn’t want us to be pretenders, He wants us to tell Him what’s really on our hearts and minds.As Weidmann states in his  book, “Raw honesty requires me to bare my soul before a holy God.” Continue reading “Honest To God by Josh Weidmann”

Dangerous – Engaging the People and Places No One Else Will by Caleb Bislow

Caleb Bislow goes into some of the most dangerous places in the world, sharing the light of the gospel and bringing hope to thousands. From war-torn Africa, to red-light districts in Asia, Caleb is helping to bring people to Christ in places where most missionaries wouldn’t dare to go, as well as training others to do the same, giving them the title of “Unusual Soldiers”.

Filled with incredibles stories of those whose lives were touched, and forever changed, by submitting themselves completely to the call of Christ to “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation”, this book is moving and deeply inspiring. Continue reading “Dangerous – Engaging the People and Places No One Else Will by Caleb Bislow”