Reviews by stevegagne
On 11/11 stevegagne wrote: Another book this year that caught me off guard (in a good way)! More Lost Than Found: Finding a Way Back to Faith, by Jared Herd, was not the book that I was expecting to read, and I am so glad that this was the case! Herd starts with giving some quick glimpses into his past and some moments that shook ... He Spoke My Language...
On 9/11 stevegagne wrote: Reggie: You Can’t Change Your Past, But You Can Change Your Future, by Reggie Dabbs (with John Driver), was not at all what I was expecting! Reggie takes you through his life with stories, flashbacks, and lessons he learned (which I did expect). The subtitle, You can’t change your past, but you can ... Surprised, though I should have known better.
On 2/2 stevegagne wrote: John MacArthur's Slave: The Hidden Truth About Your Identity In Christ is packed with historical, cultural, and theological gems regarding the role of slaves; and the use of this imagery in the Bible. What starts out reading like a theology book—dealing first with Biblical texts, and then ancient Rome, ... Book Review: Slave
On 11/4 stevegagne wrote: Your Money God’s Way, by Amie Streater, is an incredible book that causes you to take an honest look at your finances; and then really gets to the heart of the matter – your heart. That’s right! For most people that are in debt, suffering financially, and living month-to-month, there is a greater ... Your Money God's Way: Overcoming the 7 Money Myths That Keep Christians Broke - by Amie Streater
On 9/11 stevegagne wrote: Anyone that has been a Christian for any length of time, or anyone that has lived for that matter, has found that it is easy to just live our lives day-to-day, and have no real impact on the world around us. The truth is, God has a greater plan for our lives - a plan that includes impacting the world ... Book Review - "Out Live Your Life" by Max Lucado
On 9/6 stevegagne wrote: Two men that lived centuries apart, whose homes were a great distance apart, and whose upbringing bear no resemblance with the other, had three things in common: they lived lives of evil and destruction, were radically transformed by God, and transcribed powerful words telling us about it. These two ... Book Review - "Captured By Grace: No One Is Beyond the Reach of a Loving God" by Dr. David Jeremiah