How To Survive a Shipwreck (review)

Ever now and then there comes along a book that speaks to the deepest levels of the human spirit.  Jonathan Martin does just that in his newest book, How to Survive a Shipwreck.  With the musings of a poet, the heart of a pastor and the insights of a prophet, Martin masterfully shares the story

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A New Apostolic Reformation (book review)

In A New Apostolic Reformation?: A Biblical Response to a Worldwide Movement authors  R. Douglass Geivett and Holly Pevic bring a very much needed and honest critique of one of the fastest growing movements within the worldwide Church today.  Their purpose is not to write with contempt of this movement.  Their goals are two-fold:  to

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You & Your Thoughts (book review)

I’ve been a Christian now for over 30 years.  I’ve been involved with full-time church work for the majority of my adult life.  If there’s one thing that really irks me about American Christians, especially those of the Pentecostal/Charismatic tribe (of which I hail from), it’s that they don’t think!  We’ve become so used to

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What To Expect from the Holy Spirit (book review)

The Holy Spirit is very misunderstood in today’s Church.  Growing up in the  Pentecostal/Charismatic stream of Christianity I heard about the Holy Spirit on a continual basis.  But mostly what I heard was about the gifts of the Spirit and the anointing of the Spirit.  During my years of pastoral ministry and study I sadly

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Prototype by Jonathan Martin (Book Review)

In the book Prototype, by Pastor Jonathan Martin, one will find a great read that is both easy to read and understand yet has many thought provoking insights.  With southern charm and great storytelling, Jonathan pulls the reader in quickly and keeps them captivated.  Each chapter leaves you wanting more.  That’s one mark of a

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