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Reset (Review)

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  Who needs to read a book on burning out?! Isn’t burned out just another word for depressed, grumpy, stressed, or lazy?! Won’t God miraculously give Christians the ability to go 110% 25 hours a day, 8 days a week? I used to think the same thing! The first time I heard about burnout was […]

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Think Again (Review)

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Stop for a second and think about the description you’d give of a narcissistic person. What characteristics describe that type of person? Maybe self-absorbed, big-headed, overly confident, highly-opinionated, and self-assured. Very few people would aspire to this state of vainglory! However, Jared Mellinger’s book, Think Again: Relief from the Burden of Introspection, turns our definition […]

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Getting Jesus Wrong (Review)

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Getting Jesus Wrong by Matt Johnson is one of those books that will probably make you mad before you reach the last page! Johnson is able to take readers on a journey to the recesses of their hearts to see which view of Jesus they’ve been tempted to follow since they began their spiritual walk […]


Conrad Mbewe “The Spurgeon of Africa”

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In this post we round out our look at important Black Theologians and Preachers for Black History Month. Today we turn our attention to Conrad Mbewe. Born December 12, 1961, Mbewe is pastor of Kabwata Baptist Church in Lusaka, Zambia. He has been called the “Spurgeon of Africa” because of his expository preaching ministry and […]


H.B. Charles, Jr.

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A Brief Biographical Sketch H.B. Charles, Jr. is a anomaly in today’s culture. This husband and father of three children began serving at Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church at the age of 11. His father, H.B. Charles, Sr. was the pastor until his untimely death. A year later, H.B. would become a senior pastor as […]