From the Garden to the City – Perspective

Note: Click here to follow the rest of the blog tour on this chapter. John opens up chapter 1 by dealing with a truth that most of us fail to realize – we are all heavy technology users. HE illustrates his own discovery of this truth through a story of his time as a youth…

Blog Tour: From the Garden to the City

Note: If you want to follow along with the Blog Tour for this book, follow this link to the ChurchM.ag site. Several years ago I attended presented at BibleTech 2011 and sat in on a session led by John Dyer. I was immediately impressed. John highlighted things that I wanted to briefly touch on during…

Books I (remembered that) I read in 2009

My good friend Chris put out a list of the books he’s read in 2009.  I liked the idea so much I decided to blog my own list of books I read in 2009.  Those I remembered that I’ve read, at least.  Before I start, let me thank Delicious Library for their excellent software that…

Hebrews – Life Application Bible Study (review)

A couple of months ago I was offered an opportunity to join the Tyndale Blog Network.  This gets me access to free books, which is always nice, and I review these books in return.  It’s a nice deal, I must say.  This is my first review. For my first review I decided to get the…

The Old Old Story

I just finished reading Robert Webber’s Worship Old and New, and I’m better for.  Worship Old and New was first published in 1982 and revised in 1994 – in many ways it acts a the forerunner of Webber’s execellent Ancient-Future series of books.  For pastors or other church leaders who want to expose their congregants…

My First Kindle Experience

Shortly before I left for Seattle I finished Flickering Pixels by Shane Hipps through the Kindle Service on my iTouch.  The experience was pretty good.  I do have to say that the idea of purchasing a book on the Internet and being able to read it in just under a minute is a pretty impressive…