You Who? Why You Matter and How to Deal With It (Review)

"Who am I?" Could there be a more fundamental--and divisive--question for our era? And not just ours, but for every generation before us? I'm sure our current cultural climate is one of the many reasons Rachel Jankovic wrote You Who? Why You Matter and How to Deal with It. She seeks to help Christians know who they … Continue reading You Who? Why You Matter and How to Deal With It (Review)

Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full (Review)

No one could have fully prepared me for the great joys--and difficulties--of motherhood. From that first joyful moment of the positive test... through the pregnancy and birth... to  now as we've watched our baby grow into a toddler, I have been simultaneously overcome with love for my son (like nothing I'd ever experienced!), and yet … Continue reading Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full (Review)


Much outcry over "division" in the church today is ill-founded, aimed at those who care enough about important theological issues to stand their ground. They would have us ignore biblical doctrine in the name of false unity. All that matters is "loving Jesus"--as long as you claim to do that, it's totally fine to hold … Continue reading Adorned

Without Rival

I have no doubt that Lisa Bevere and I have some things in common. After reading her bestselling book, Without Rival, I can safely say we share some of the same struggles and passions. She admits to wrestling with pride, comparison, and fear of man in her every day life. Similarly, I often care far too … Continue reading Without Rival


I saw the film War Room not long after it debuted in theaters. The premise--that broken families need to turn to God for repentance and change--was one I supported wholeheartedly. And while certain aspects of the movie were good and enjoyable to watch, major theological problems still dominated the screen. Among those issues: a wrong or ineffective view of … Continue reading Fervent