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Smartphones and other devices are ingrained in our culture, and it’s a trend that happened rather quickly. I try to be welcoming of change, but I feel like the use of cell phones rose so rapidly, we weren’t able to really focus on the best ways to use them.
In her book, Calm, Cool, and Connected, Arlene Pellicane shares some practical advice on how we can use our devices in more productive ways.
I was able to read Paul and His Team by Ryan Lokkesme to review for Moody Publishers.I received this book for that purpose, but I chose this book specifically because I had the opportunity to study the book of Acts over the summer with my church. Obviously, Paul laid some amazing framework for the early church, and I was interested in learning about some of the individuals who served in more of a behind-the-scenes sort of way.
With a culture that is continually shouting bigger is better and more is greater, it’s important for us to take a step back and make sure our churches are offering programs that encourage spiritual maturity in people, not just growth in the number of people sitting in the pews each Sunday.
This was one of the most convicting, practical, applicable books I have ever read. Christine Hoover shares her personal experiences with friendship, the struggles and blessings.