The Tiny Buddha’s Guide to Loving Yourself: A Q&A with Author Lori Deschene

A new book from founder Lori Deschene, The Tiny Buddha’s Guide to Loving Yourself, shares 40 unique perspectives and insights on topics related to loving yourself, such as realizing you’re not broken, accepting your flaws, releasing the need for approval, forgiving yourself, letting go of comparisons, and learning to be authentic. Featuring real stories selected from [Read More…]

How Pope Francis Leads: A Q&A with Chris Lowney

Former Jesuit turned J.P. Morgan Managing Director and best-selling author of Heroic Leadership Chris Lowney is the perfect person to pen a book on the new Pope’s leadership style. In Pope Francis: Why He Leads the Way He Leads, Lowney explores how the Pope’s words and deeds reveal spiritual principles that have prepared him to lead the Church and [Read More…]

Perfect Love Casts Out Fear: A Response to “What Are You Afraid Of?”

A response to Dr. David Jeremiah’s book, What Are You Afraid Of?: Facing Down Your Fears With Faith By Suzanne Ross In the final chapter of his new book What Are You Afraid Of?: Facing Down Your Fears With Faith, Dr. David Jeremiah addresses the question of whether or not we should fear God. In [Read More…]

A Spirituality for the Home: A Q&A with Tim and Sue Muldoon

When it comes to raising our children in the faith, many of us tend to “out-source” our children’s spirituality to the Church. Those religious educators know better than us anyway, and really, there’s just not enough hours in the day to take on one more program. Plus, faith education belongs “over there,” in the religious [Read More…]

God’s Double Agent: A Sobering Story

Reading “God’s Double Agent” begs the question: what are we willing to do help those who are suffering, especially those in China? And what are we willing to lose to follow Jesus? [Read more…]

God’s Double Agent: A Q&A with Bob Fu

A new book by a former dissident and pastor of an illegal underground church in China, God’s Double Agent, tells the harrowing story of Bob Fu’s secret life and eventual escape to the U.S. as a refugee in 1997. The remarkable true story shines a bright light on the persecution Christians face in China, as [Read More…]

A “Better” Book Review

It’s this thing about favorite foods. If I say I love something, someone else will hate it so much they’d rather eat a bug (quite tasty in many cultures and high in protein). If I hate it, someone will think me a neo-Nazi for trashing their food. I’m the same way; people who eat liver [Read More…]