I quit my job. I did it seven months early, and that was six and a half months ago. With two weeks to go, I feel like a kid who got a reprieve of the band-aid removal, but now has the… Continue Reading →
Phil Robertson has successfully exercised his freedom of speech in America. We should all cheer! Sure, GQ magazine probably wrote the interview in such a way as to add some extra duck fat to the fire, but, ultimately, Phil (of… Continue Reading →
I just got back from England. Three weeks in my native land, and during that time I discovered I’m now a Northwestern man. Nampa, Idaho, is home. It felt like I had undergone a tongue transplant. The Way We Speak… Continue Reading →
Logos Bible Software has been a staple part of my study diet for years now. Being multi-vocational, I have an appreciation for the efficiency of research that I can achieve with this power software, and given that it is now… Continue Reading →
Authority is a brand new release from Jamie Munson. Having rebranded Money, first released on Re:Lit during his time pastoring at Mars Hill Church, Seattle, Authority is the second in the series of three books coming out. Releasing exclusively as… Continue Reading →
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