Places I’ve Been

Alan Hirsch on the place of disciple-making.

Dan Kimball on stress in ministry versus stress in other vocations.

An interesting piece by Ben Witherington on Biblical illiteracy in the West.

A nice post by Liam Byrnes on "The Dissonance Between Knowledge and Life." 

"Poverty’s Ugly Side" by Larry James

"The Question to Stop All Progress" by Terry Rush.

L.L. Barkat has written a nice piece on "Sabbath."

Most of my library has now been placed on "LibraryThing."  On the right-hand side of this blog, near the end of the various links, there is a link in which you can search for any book in my library.  (I’m not suggesting that you would have any desire to do this.  I have included this link on my blog primarily for my own use.  But, feel free to browse.)

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3 thoughts on “Places I’ve Been

  1. Jim, Thanks for the intro to LibraryThing, and for sharing your book list. I am now finishing Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall (wealthy international art dealer born in Haltom City) and Denver Moore (modern day slave sharecropper from Louisiana). It is a life changing book. Ray