I have tried various kinds of book discussion groups before, some with great success, and some not so much. After watching this video of Matt
I'm reading the Screwtape Letters, which has to be, by far, my favorite book of all. Screwtape is writing to his nephew, a junior demon that has just
If we would only give, just once, the same amount of reflection to what we want to get out of life that we give to the question of what to do with a
From The Trouble With Grace by Keith Hueftle Under orders, and with confidence in the person's authority giving the orders, you might expect to do
Basic Training has a purpose. It's to take feckless, immature, self-centered young recruits off the street and change them into a valid fighting unit.
Here are two excerpts from "The Forgotten Ways" by Alan HirschA Note to Leaders and Introduction:
This is a little ironic for me. I went into the GLS a little skeptical about how much the Church should be learning from the business world. After
I’ve been reading “The Trouble With Grace” by O. Keith Hueftle and it is really really good. Keith shows a real depth for God’s hospitality as it