Reviews by Scott Kedersha
On 4/7 Scott Kedersha wrote: In this book, Macarthur takes on 10 parables of Jesus and helps the reader understand the profound spiritual lessons Jesus taught. Parables is probably not a book you will sit down and read cover to cover. Rather, this is a book that you can read along with as you study God’s Word. Most of the parables ... but assume it would be a great companion to the text
On 4/7 Scott Kedersha wrote: I’m not sure an author can address a more relevant and prevalent topic in today’s culture than entitlement. I see it in the lives of my children, in the lives of young adults in our church, and most often in my own life. While I easily spot entitlement in the lives of others, I often miss it in my ... While I easily spot entitlement in the lives of others
On 12/6 Scott Kedersha wrote: In Coming Clean, Seth Haines writes a raw account of his first 90 days of sobriety from alcohol. As someone who struggles with addictions (don’t we all?), I knew this was a book I wanted to read. Why I liked this book: In the foreword, Shauna Niequist says, “This is a book about alcohol….But it’s ... Coming Clean: A Story of Faith, Book Review
On 11/28 Scott Kedersha wrote: Sometimes I read marriage books because it’s part of my job. Other times I read them to help provide recommendations for premarried and married couples. But my favorite times are when I read marriage books because I need to get my butt kicked and grow in my own marriage. The Dude’s Guide to Marriage: ... The Dude's Guide to Marriage: Book Review
On 7/10 Scott Kedersha wrote: I don’t remember reading too many memoirs in my life, but I certainly won’t forget the one I just finished. Undone: A Story of Making Peace with an Unexpected Life, by Michele Cushatt, proved to be a very worthy and moving read. If you know me, you know I am an emotional guy. I turned […] The ... Undone, by Michele Cushatt – Book Review
On 11/14 Scott Kedersha wrote: I love reading books, especially marriage books. Whether for my job as I read marriage books to help other couples or as I read through resources to help with teaching at our church, I am a sucker for good marriage books. I especially like it when I read marriage books that are not only beneficial for ... Very practical and Great list of 5 Commitments
On 10/18 Scott Kedersha wrote: I am a great starter and a classically poor finisher. Give me a 30-day workout plan and I will start with the gusto of an Olympic athlete and finish with the grace of a gold-medal coach potato. This trait of starting strong and finishing poorly has contributed to so many of my sin struggles in my life ... I am a great starter and a classically poor finisher
On 8/2 Scott Kedersha wrote: I definitely see myself as more of a marriage guy than a parenting guy. Yet, if you are married and have kids, I'm more and more convinced that it's not really possible to split the two. The way you parent is so closely related to the quality and challenges of your marriage, and vice versa. I definitely ... Helps you Become the Father you Were Meant to be and Want to be!
On 8/1 Scott Kedersha wrote: I definitely see myself as more of a marriage guy than a parenting guy. Yet, if you are married and have kids, I’m more and more convinced that it’s not really possible to split the two. The way you parent is so closely related to the quality and challenges of your marriage, and vice versa. I definitely ... Helps you Become the Father you Were Meant to be and Want to be!
On 5/11 Scott Kedersha wrote: Soul Keeping by John Ortberg is an effort to help understand what the soul is and the importance of the human soul. In addition, the author shares about the significance of his long term relationship with his mentor, Dallas Willard, who passed away in May of 2013. Ortberg seeks to help the reader understand ... Soul Keeping and a Tribute to Dallas Willard