“Fear and Faith” Book Review & Give-away

Fear and Faith Book CoverFear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves

Why I picked up this book:

This book is a new release and was graciously provided to me by the author, Trillia Newbell.

Who Should Read Fear and Faith:

This is a good book for those wrestling in their quiet spaces. It encourages us to confront our fears head on with the truth of the gospel and in the trust of safe Christian community.

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Book Review: A Credible Witness by @RevDocBrenda

A Credible Witness: Reflections on Power, Evangelism and Race

A Credible WitnessWhy I picked up this book:

I read this book while completing my racial reconciliation studies in seminary. I continue to reread and reference it because the book is just that good!

Who Should Read A Credible Witness:

This is a necessary read for American Christians, particularly those who are struggling to live out their faith in a culture that elevates the powerful over the powerless and the dominate over the dominated. This book can be a catalyst for important conversations that must happen in our homes and churches about race and injustice.

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Natasha’s Study: A Work of Heart

A Work of heart: Understanding How God Shapes Spiritual Leaders

A Work of Heart book coverWhy I picked up this book:

This book was assigned reading for one of my Christian leadership courses in seminary. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and have continued to revisit it.

Who Should Read A Work of Heart:

Any person who leads, mentors, or influences others. This is also a good read for anyone who wants to become more self-aware and better understand how they can be used to fulfill God’s good purposes in the world.

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