Reflective Musings



Reviews of resources from a Christian perspective. These are not critic reviews, instead looking to the use and usefulness of cultural goods.

Have It All by Bethel Music

Bethel Music returns four years after their last live recording (2012’s For the Sake of the World) with a double-disc, 16 track record titled Have It All. Lead by Brian & Jenn Johnson, the team of creatives have worked to weave their… Continue Reading →

A Glorious Dark by A.J. Swoboda

Meet A.J. Swoboda. He lives in Portland, OR. He pastors a church in the same church family I serve. He likes to listen to NPR. We have a lot in common. He also has a PhD (in ecotheology, no less)… Continue Reading →

Abraham Curriculum from Logos

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 by Jamie Munson

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 →


Daniel Montgomery and Mike Cosper are both founding pastors of Sojourn Community Church in Louisville, Kentucky. They just released Faithmapping through Crossway as “a gospel atlas for your spiritual journey.” Now, I think many people are becoming a touch skeptical of… Continue Reading →

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