Reviews by Caughtthinking
On 12/29 Caughtthinking wrote: The book Let Hope In (4 Choices That Will Change Your Life Forever) by Pete Wilson is an easy-to-read book that focuses on different ways in which hope can cause your life to improve. The book is a little more than two hundred pages and is a good read for those looking for encouragement. In four different ... Let Hope in by Pete Wilson
On 10/8 Caughtthinking wrote: What happens when you get real, get honest, and get accountable? Open is a straight forward book on the principles of accountability. The book starts with an anecdotal story. The point of the story is that many people go through the motions of accountability, but they lack the sincerity and conviction ... Get Real, Get Honest and Get Accountable.
On 7/18 Caughtthinking wrote: In Altar Ego: Becoming Who God Says You Are, author Craig Groeschel addresses the reality of living up, or maybe better said, living down to the expectations and labels that others have placed over you. If you are stuck in the cycle of trying to please others who can never be pleased, this book is for ... Altar Ego Reviewed
On 5/31 Caughtthinking wrote: When Donkeys Talk by Tyler Blanski is a clever book with a catchy title. As the subtitle explains, the book is about the author’s Quest to Rediscover the Mystery and Wonder of Christianity and hopefully yours. This is not a pretentious book by any means, so if you are very “religious” you will ... “When Donkeys Talk” by Tyler Blanski Reviewed
On 3/18 Caughtthinking wrote: Draw the Circle picks up where The Circle Maker leaves off. The Circle Maker teaches the principle of being consistent and fervent in prayer. Draw the Circle seeks to help the reader develop the practice of prayer. Written to supplement a 40 day challenge to pray outrageous prayers, or “Big Hairy” ... Review of Mark Batterson’s Draw the Circle.
On 3/12 Caughtthinking wrote: Based in a time shortly after the death of Jesus, Joseph Loconte’s book the searchers finds two disillusioned disciples walking down the road to Emmaus. Loconte uses Luke’s account of this biblical story and this seems fitting as they are both historians. You can read the background for the book ... A Review of The Searchers by Joseph Loconte
On 9/21 Caughtthinking wrote: The Final Summit is the second of a two books series – The first was The Travelers Gift and the second is The Final Summit. I did not read The Travelers Gift prior to reading The Final Summit which might have made it an easier read for me. If you are into history you will love this book as many well ... The Final Summit by Andy Andrews
On 5/23 Caughtthinking wrote: The book is designed to be read daily, as it introduces the reader to 365 truly intriguing Christ followers. I found it impossible to limit myself to only one biography per day so I read many of the entries in one sitting. I love the approach of this book. In its own unique way it gives the reader ... On This Day in Christian History by Robert Morgan