Reviews by Ian Watkins
On 4/1 Ian Watkins wrote: Kyle Idleman, the author of Not a Fan, has written a great book that will challenge you as a believer and help you to feel about an inch tall. In his newest book, gods at war, Idleman focuses on a real and present danger in the life of every follower of Jesus Christ - idols. His basic premise ... Book Review: "gods at war"
On 3/6 Ian Watkins wrote: Mondays with My Old Pastor by Jose Luis Navajo is a refreshing book that honestly looks at the hard side of ministry. Pastor Navajo leads the reader through a series of Monday meetings with his old pastor, an 83 year old man who spent 55 years of his life faithfully leading a local body of believers ... Book Review: Mondays with My Old Pastor
On 5/18 Ian Watkins wrote: I Am a Follower by Leonard Sweet has a simple theme that runs throughout the book. Sweet thinks that American Christianity has strayed from its roots and fallen into a trap. The trap is one of looking at ourselves to be leaders of the church and people that make it up. It is easy to ... Book Review: I Am A Follower by Leonard Sweet
On 12/7 Ian Watkins wrote: Max Lucado's book, When God Whispers Your Name, is an inspirational book that contains several stories and ideas from Scripture, to help the reader understand that God cares about them. As a Christian it is a comforting thing to know that the God of the universe knows me by name and actually ... Book Review - When God Whispers Your Name
On 11/8 Ian Watkins wrote: No Wonder They Call Him The Savior by Max Lucado was given to me by Thomas Nelson in exchange for an honest review; the opinions expressed are my own and are not influenced by the publisher.No Wonder They Call Him The Savior is an awesome book! Max Lucado has a way with words that just ... Book Review - No Wonder They Call Him The Savior
On 11/6 Ian Watkins wrote: The Book of Man by William Bennet was given to me by Thomas Nelson, through their BookSneeze program in exchange for an honest review; all views expressed are my own and not altered by Thomas Nelson. The Book of Man is supposed to contain readings on the path to manhood. Held within are ... Book Review - The Book Of Man
On 10/24 Ian Watkins wrote: Bonhoffer: Pastor, Prophet, Martyr, Spy by Eric Metaxas is an excellent biography of a great man of God. Metaxas delves deep into the details of Bonhoeffer's life, giving great insight into the development of the heroes faith, outlook on life, and eventually his mission.I enjoyed reading ... Bonhoffer Review
On 7/27 Ian Watkins wrote: I recently received a copy of Billy Graham in Quotes from Thomas Nelson Publishers as a part of their BookSneeze program. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review of the book. I found Billy Graham in Quotes to be a nice little book to have. It is very inspirational to ... Review: Billy Graham in Quotes
On 6/6 Ian Watkins wrote: No Place Like Holmes by Jason Ethcoe is a brilliantly written young teen novel in the classic styling of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes mysteries. The story line of this book is very intriguing and I found it a delightful read. I truly enjoyed the weaving in of the Christian faith ... Sherlock Holmes meets faith?
On 5/26 Ian Watkins wrote: The Seraph Seal by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner is a fast paced novel set in the not so distant future. Written in much the same style as the Da Vinci Code or the Left Behind series, Sweet and Wagner lead readers on an intense journey through time as seemingly ordinary men and women try to ... Review: The Seraph Seal
On 4/18 Ian Watkins wrote: Max Lucado’s new book, Max On Life is written in a very friendly question and answer format. Lucado has received hundreds of questions over his years as a pastor and writer. In this book he attempts to answer the most popular questions from a Biblical perspective. The format ... Max On Life Review