Reviews by Brock Sawyer
On 5/7 Brock Sawyer wrote: In this beautiful book, Max Lucado walks us through some of Jesus attributes and reminds us that we are called to imitate Him, to have a heart like His. We are to have a forgiving, compassionate, listening, God-intoxicated, worship-hungry, focused, honest, pure, hope-filled, rejoicing, enduring heart. ... Another good read by Max Lucado
On 1/11 Brock Sawyer wrote: I received this book hoping it would present a good case. What I found in Dr. Richard Lee’s The Coming Revolution was a somewhat unbalanced portrayal of the US, with a substantial lack of respect for the study of history. I prefer material to present both sides and not so extremely biased, even if ... The Coming Revolution one sided.
On 2/8 Brock Sawyer wrote: In a world full of injustice, poverty, oppression, and malaise, it is easy to become hardened, cynical, and disengaged. The believer in Christ, however, is called to something greater – to reflect Jesus to all men, especially those who are in distress. This is the theme of Max Lucado’s newest book, Outlive Your Life: You ... Outlive Your Life Book Review
On 4/18 Brock Sawyer wrote: From penning classics like And the Angels Were Silent and Six Hours One Friday to pastoring a remarkable church, Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Max Lucado has been a major figure in literature and a voice to multiple generations of believers. With his latest book Max on Life, he take his simple approach ... Lucado's answers at your fingertips
On 3/16 Brock Sawyer wrote: I have read a couple of books from Dr. Emerson Eggerichs and was very excited about reviewing this book. When I saw that it described as a coffee table book, I was intrigued. When I received the book, the construction of the pages and binding do make it a nice book, however it is a little small to be ... Good resource for any marriage
On 3/16 Brock Sawyer wrote: The Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ An interesting take on the debate among different sides of the resurrection faction. Litigated by two opposing players, X and Y, author Charles Foster seems to nail down some of the most difficult issues that seem to present themselves on both ... Deep read, but worth it...
On 11/10 Brock Sawyer wrote: What can I say…Andy Stanley does it again. This time he tackles the subject of God’s grace and once again makes the profound very simple to understand. I have read a number of his books, all the way back to Visioneering, and this title has to be one of his finest. He explains the grace ... Book Review – The Grace of God
On 9/22 Brock Sawyer wrote: What is a 34-year-old father of four girls doing reading a book titled, A Guy’s Guide to Life? I know, it doesn’t make a ton of sense, but I’m truly glad I was able to peruse the pages. Author, Jason Boyett writes very practically about many different topics including abuse, blended ... A Guy’s Guide to Life Book Review