A Letter From Lancaster County

A Letter From Lancaster County

While Kate Lloyd’s A Letter from Lancaster County isn’t absolutely appalling, it is rather dull.  Had the paperback version been available this reader would’ve sorely tempted to skip multiple pages. The story is told from the perspective of two very different sisters, Angela and Rose.  The constant change in voice from one sister to the Read More

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God’s Smuggler

While it is obvious there is much Divine Intervention within the pages of Brother Andrew’s God Smuggler. I found the book rather boring. Given the tales of going behind the Iron Curtain and into communist countries on a mission for Christ, I wanted the tale to be gripping, but it just wasn’t. The book is Read More

The Jesus Club

The Jesus Club

My initial excitement over reading Brian Barcelona’s “The Jesus Club” dimmed quickly as I began to explore the contents. Selling out completely for the gospel, giving up the pursuit of a career or education is admirable & requires a great deal of faith.  Still, I struggled to believe the contents of this journey in its Read More

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Marry Wisely, Marry Well

Assuming the reader is tenacious, hidden beneath an overly religious and extremely verbose shell are some choice marriage nuggets worth pondering.  However, proceed with caution as one may come to the conclusion that without two hyper-spiritual individuals, all marriages are doomed to fail. Throughout the book, author Ernie Baker inserts compelling statistics supporting his overall Read More