Monday, December 24, 2012
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The Diaries of Pontius Pilate by Joseph Max Lewis…. If you are looking for a book with adventure, intrigue and love thrillers, this is the book to read. It covers archaeological digging, Special Forces adventure and good vs. evil, also has some romance added for added excitement. The story starts with a murder at an archaeological dig in Israel and leads two archaeologists into an adventure that takes them to the high seas and back to the USA being chased by a group wanting to stop them from delivering what they have found at the digging and to destroy their findings. They meet interesting people along the way, some to help them, others to destroy them. I am sure you will like the book for the adventure and its message about Jesus Christ
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
NEIGHBORS AND WISE MEN – Sacred encounters in a Portland Pub and Other Unexpected Places by Tony Kriz ……. This is a book about how we can learn from others, neighbors, people from other countries, religions and just anyone we happen to meet in our daily life. Tony Kriz tells of encounters that he had in his years of being a missionary in Albania. When he first went there he had to deal with their culture. He also had a problem of disbelief in his life. We all can relate to his stories and his struggles, we all have been up against many of the same things. He shows that we may thing we are going to be the teacher, but that sometimes we are the one being taught. The book is 24 chapters, each chapter has about 9 – 12 pages, this makes this book very easy to read.
William Paul Young (The author of The Shack) writes in his forward:
“Every human being is a story. This book is simple, because it is story. This book is profound and challenging, because it is story.”
I found Tony’s stories interesting and well written. I also found that I can learn from those I come in contact with.
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