Review | Gracenomics

Review | Gracenomics

I’m a fan of grace. Of course, the obvious would be the grace God gives me. But then there’s the grace that my wife gives me when I mess up (not like that ever happens… oh, wait.) Or the grace my co-workers give me when I start putting my type-A hat on. Or the grace...
Me | What I’m Reading | Fall 2010

Me | What I’m Reading | Fall 2010

It’s been a while since I included a list. Here’s a few books I’ve been reading this fall that have in one way or another given me life, plus a couple that I’m about to start. The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It for Life – Twyla Tharp This...
Storytelling 101: Required Reading

Storytelling 101: Required Reading

Over the past 15 years of studying theater and the art of storytelling, I’ve come to appreciate several books. I find myself continually going back to each of these for different reasons. I would say that at this point, all of these should be required reading...
Book Review | Lost and Found | Ed Stetzer

Book Review | Lost and Found | Ed Stetzer

In all honesty, I’m new to the wonderful world of Ed Stetzer. However, due largely in part to Twitter I’m now a fan. When the chance came to read his new book, I jumped on his blog and made sure that I was one of the first 75. I’m really glad I made...

Book Review | For the Tough Times

For my next Thomas Nelson book review installment, I chose this book when there weren’t many up for grabs. I ended up with a Max Lucado gift book, For the Tough Times. As the title of the book suggests, this book is definitely for those going through a period of...

memoirs.

For awhile now I’ve really been into memoirs. I haven’t quite figured the nuance between an autobiography and a memoir, but there seems a difference. I prefer the later. I’ve read some that have moved me to tears while I laughed until my sides split...

Pin It on Pinterest