Posts Tagged With: ecclesiology

Seeking First the Kingdom

I am sharing this extended quote from David Allen Black’s book Running My Race: Reflections on Life, Loss, Aging, and Forty Years of Teaching. It comes in the middle of the section on Aging (pages 94-95 if you’re reading along). The words below will speak for themselves. If you’re looking for a book to challenge how authentically you are living your life (and who isn’t, right?), I highly recommend this book. Continue reading

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2016 Reading Challenge: 9 Marks of a Healthy Church

The category of book I’ve been reading the last two weeks is: A book about theology. The book I chose for this category was 9 Marks of a Healthy Church. Below you’ll find some information about the book, a summary, and some closing thoughts. **note: this book was assigned for a class so the review is longer than usual** If you’d like to skip straight to my ratings, click here.

Bibliographic Information: Dever, Mark. 9 Marks of a Healthy Church. Wheaton: Crossway. 2013 (Kindle Edition). Read On

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