Category Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEW: “You’re the Husband” by Jeremy Howard

In You’re the Husband, Jeremy Howard points out that the husband has the duty to lead the family.  Howard reminds men, “If I don’t lead my family, someone else will.” In the busyness of life, husbands often neglect to lead their families allowing others to influence and guide them. In this short book, Howard reviews the […]

BOOK REVIEW: “Make Your Bed” by Admiral William McRaven

You may have seen the video on social media of Admiral William H. McRaven’s commencement address at the University of Texas at Austin in 2014. It’s often called the “Make Your Bed” speech. In it, Admiral McRaven shares ten lessons he learned while training to be a Navy SEAL. The speech was well received during […]

BOOK REVIEW: “Rightly Divided” by J. Michael Lester

Do you want to study the Bible for yourself but have no idea where or how to start? I have been in church my whole life and have been saved for over a decade, but I still struggle with this at times. You are probably well aware that it is not enough to simply open […]

BOOK REVIEW: “Your Best Year Ever” by Michael Hyatt

How many of your New Years resolutions did you complete last year? How many do you even remember? If your answer to either of these questions was lower than you would have liked then the book Your Best Year Ever by Michael Hyatt should be the next book you read. Michael Hyatt takes us through his […]

BOOK REVIEW: “Are We There Yet?” by Paul & Terrie Chappell

“And they lived happily ever after…” At least that’s what every Disney movie growing up made me think happened after the wedding. However, that is not the case. Marriage is a journey, and Paul and Terrie Chappell do a great job outlining how marriage is truly “A Perfect Journey for Imperfect Couples” in their new […]