African Reading

Yesterday in the mail, I received a book that was on my Amazon wish list. A friend happened upon a copy for free and graciously mailed it to me. I’m pretty confident that I’ll be taking it with me on my trip, but I also wanted to take Things as they Are. I can’t take

I’m Sorry Tim

Tim, after months of putting the purchase off and then waiting to finish another book, I have finally read your book. I loved it. Thank you for writing it. I’m terribly sorry it took me this long. For the rest of you, I’ve just finished reading The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment, by Tim Challies. If

Summer Reading

In the midst of my incredibly busy summer, I only finished reading two books. One of them was assigned to me by my discipler, called Love to Eat, Hate to Eat. A lot of the women in my church were informally reading it at the same time, so I joined them. The book is very

Shakespeare is Everywhere

Most of us learned about Shakespeare in our high school English classes. You may have read through some of his works and maybe even acted them out. My high school English class liked cliff’s notes so we never really read anything cool. Instead, my teacher gave us a list of words he coined. Most people