Reviews by Ryan Strother
On 3/22 Ryan Strother wrote: I do not come from a liturgical church background. I do not serve in a church that would be considered to be liturgical. And maybe I would be categorized by these words of Robert Benson in his book In Constant Prayer: One of the obstacles of embracing this way of prayer is our ignorance of and our ... A Challenge For Your Life of Prayer
On 3/21 Ryan Strother wrote: I wish I had this resource before now! I had the opportunity to review the Family Life Marriage Bible that is edited by Dennis and Barbara Rainey. It is a full Bible in the New King James Version, and I am certainly not reviewing the Biblical content, but focusing on the “extras” that the editors ... Family Life Marriage Bible– Great Family Resource!
On 1/7 Ryan Strother wrote: Reading Pete Wilson’s Plan B was actually better than I expected it to be. Some books labeled Christian life/spiritual growth are sometime more the opinions of the author than actual Scriptural relevance. Wilson shared many life stories but they all were rooted in Scripture and applied to the life ... Plan B: A Great Burst of Hope for Those Unsure of What’s Next
On 1/6 Ryan Strother wrote: This book is a good synthesis of ideas you could find in many other types of books. An advantage to this book might be Powell’s creativity in applying these changes to his church. I had mixed emotions in reading Change Your Church For Good by Brad Powell. I was excited to learn some new ideas for ... At best- could help effectively change your church. At worse- good book to shelf for reference.
On 4/7 Ryan Strother wrote: I was excited to read “From Peanuts to the Pressbox” because it was a different genre than I’m used to. It’s a collection of sports-related stories in a somewhat autobiographical format from sportscaster legend Eli Gold. The positive: Eli Gold’s life is one of great determination as he set out to achieve his goals, no ... BookSneeze Book Review: “From Peanuts to the Pressbox”