Reviews by Dusty Rayburn
On 1/7 Dusty Rayburn wrote: I have read several books on the need for Christians to be involved in matters of "social justice." In fact, it is a hot topic in today's world. But this is the first book on the subject that stirs a need within me. It goes beyond throwing alms to the poor and focuses on being engaged in loving God and ... My favorite Lucado book to date
On 10/7 Dusty Rayburn wrote: My daughter absolutely loves this book. Even though it is not Christmas time, she has repeatedly requested to hear this story read again. It is very well written in a manner that the message is easy to understand for young children. At the end of the story, some resources are shared which would allow ... My daughter loves it!
On 9/13 Dusty Rayburn wrote: If you are a fan of the fantasy genre... if you enjoy the old monster movies such as Frankenstein and Dracula... and yes, if you are one of those crazy Twilight fans, you are more than likely going to love Ted Dekker's newest novel, "Immanuel's Veins". The story evolves around the notion of sacrificial ... Sacrificial Love
On 8/2 Dusty Rayburn wrote: Often times we get caught up with how common our lives are. We wonder how God could care about us or use us to further His Kingdom... After all, there is nothing exceptional about our daily life. We are common everyday people. We put our shoes on one at a time. That is just the type of people, that ... The uncommon becomes extraordinary
On 5/31 Dusty Rayburn wrote: It is not enough to talk about Jesus or to know about Him. The Christian life is about His supremacy and sovereignty. It is life changing. It is more than an attempt to imitate Jesus. It is transformational. When we commit our lives to Christ, He comes to dwell within us. Our very breath should become ... Jesus Manifesto
On 5/3 Dusty Rayburn wrote: Everyone has plans and dreams. We all have expectations of how our life should go. But reality does not often live up to those ideals. We are bound to face struggles in life. There are going to be times when nothing makes sense. There will be crisis. There will be pain. Pete Wilson’s book,“Plan ... Reviewed by Dusty Rayburn