I think that's what drew me into this book so deeply, the way he grows to not only welcome but to also expect those unexpected twists in his life.
One of those books that just begs to be read slowly and passed along.
Once in a while I try to read something that has the stack decked against it in my head ... but I'm still skewed.
Be warned - words like passion and destiny and calling are big, powerful, meaningful words. And I think this little book does them well.
Sometimes a book needs to be read slowly, digested carefully, questioned interactively.
Drawing from his life as a pastor and scholar, Taylor shares the ups and downs of ministry.
I've been a part of something that is brand-spanking new, and this book describes it.
Maximum Ride takes flight in this Young Adult series.
Thorson flips on a switch in a dark room - but only for a moment, giving just a quick glimpse at what the room looks like...
My eight-year-old can make my coffee. She doesn't want to drink it, just make it - and that's okay with me for now.