Good books mixed up in a bad book

Again it has been a while since I have posted.  I have participated in two group blog discussions, one about the book Flickering Pixels by Shane Hipps and one about Mad Church Disease by Anne Jackson.  I recently bought four books on prayer.  I have been reading a bunch of books on prayer and intercession, … Read more

Mad Church Disease Chapter 6

This post is based on the sixth chapter of Mad Church Disease. There are both previous and later blog posts for this blog group book discussion. This is a hard chapter to blog about. The previous chapters are primarily describing the issues with us as people and the church as an institution that lead to … Read more

Blogs on a Kindle

I now have a Kindle 2 and really need to update the review that I did of the Kindle 1.  Yes I didn’t need to upgrade but I was able to sell the Kindle 1 for $25 less that what I paid for it, so it wasn’t too bad of a deal.  There are a … Read more

Tribes Group Blogging Project

I listened to this book on audio book about a year ago and thought it was great. I encouraged some work contacts to use it as a discussion book, I supported this group. But the more I re-read the more frustrated I get. It is not that I don’t agree with much of what he … Read more

Tribes: a blogging book club

Churchcrunch.com is hosting a blogging project to discuss the Seth Godin book Tribes.  You can get the overview here. Each day a different person is leading the discussion on several pages.  The list of the blog of the day is on the overview page.  The first day’s discussion is here

Amazon Kindle Review

I haven’t used this blog for much recently. Most of my time is going to twitter or my niece’s blog. But I was asked last night about my new Amazon Kindle and tried to write a review in the comments section of Facebook. So I copied what I wrote there and expanded it a bit. … Read more

Summer Reading Club Update Week 3

This week I read a very good book about a guy that builds schools in rural Pakistan and Afghanistan. It is called “Three Cups of Tea“. There are several thoughts I had about this book. First, he makes a strong point of the fact that what he does in rural development is a probably doing … Read more