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Beyond Awkward

Beyond Awkward

My friend and colleague, Beau Crosetto, just came out with a book this week! It is an excellent book on evangelism and specifically helping those of us that feel awkward about the idea of sharing our faith. Hence the title, Beyond Awkward: When Talking About…

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Three book recommendations

Three book recommendations

In my opinion, here are three titles worth reading that I’ve finished in the last month.

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Amusing Ourselves to Death

Amusing Ourselves to Death

Postman deftly shows how the shift from the Age of Print to the Age of Television is having a disastrous effect on the tenor of our public discourse.

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The Forgotten Ways

The Forgotten Ways

This book asked the right questions and challenged much of my current thinking.

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Culture Making

Culture Making

The premise alone is worth the cost of the book: if you want to change culture, critiquing it or consuming more of it won’t do. You have to make more of it.

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A color commentary

A color commentary

We really do love these books, but allow me some color commentary — literally.

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