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Book Review: ‘The Defining Decade’ by Dr. Meg Jay


A book that explains how to make the most of your twenties. Read More »

Book Review: Fake Christianity C.B. Matthews

Matthews uses a direct, punch-ya-in-the-face approach that gives Fake Christianity a raw passion that breaks through to reality. Read More »

Book Review: The Vow: The True Events that Inspired the Movie by Kim Carpenter, Krickitt Carpenter, with Dana Wilkerson (

As an inspirational Christian book, The Vow is much more grounded in faith than the movie . Read More »

Movie Review Nefarious: Merchant of Souls

From hard facts to real emotion, this film captures every angle of the sex trafficking situation with an intriguing and gripping perspective. Read More »

Movie Review: October Baby

Directed by Andrew and Jon Erwin, October Baby is a Christian-based film with a Hollywood-quality that captures the hearts of audience members everywhere. Read More »

Book Review: Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality by Donald Miller

Some take life to seriously, others not seriously enough. In Blue Like Jazz, Donald Miller shares his personal journey of sifting through religion, love, and Jesus. Read More »

Book Review: For Women Only: In the Workplace

Ever wonder why your boss can’t understand you? Frustrated with being cut down from all the male ego floating around the work place? Read More »

Book Review: Dream Language: The Prophetic Power of Dreams, Revelations, and the Spirit of Wisdom by James W. and Michal Ann Goll

The Golls team together to write an insightful book of studying and interpreting God’s secret language of dreams with mankind. Read More »

The Vow: Not exactly what Hollywood says

You might be surprised to know that the true story this film is based on the principle that God alone can hold a marriage together. Read More »

Book Review: Sex God by Rob Bell

...Think about your moment, and think about how it made you feel. You were full, you were alive, you were connected. That is what Sex God is all about. Read More »