Analog Church by Jay Y. Kim

August 31, 2021

Reviewed by Joyce Wong Analog Church is a thoughtful and thought-provoking read that reminds us of the importance of embodied, in-person community, discipleship, worship, witness, fellowship, reading of scripture, and communion. In our digital age, we need to be more aware of and wise in how we use technology, how technology affects us, and be […]

Outside the Lines by Mihee Kim-Kort

August 29, 2021

Reviewed by Ethan C. “Outside the Lines: How Embracing Queerness Will Transform Your Faith” by Mihee Kim-Kort is a book that I never thought I would read. Yet I really enjoyed this book, and how it challenges the notion of normal, to see the world from a different lens, a queer lens, and how that […]

To Hell With The Hustle by Jefferson Bethke

July 31, 2021

Reviewed by S. Wu ‘To Hell With The Hustle’ by Jefferson Bethke is a thought-provoking book that counters today’s Hustling culture and offers us instead to follow the more life-giving way of Jesus who values rest and relationships more goals and achievements. I recommend this book to anyone who is feeling overworked and exhausted which […]

Eyes of Integrity by Craig Gross with Jason Harper

July 19, 2021

Reviewed by Daniel K. It talks about the prevalence of porn in our culture and how it affects us. Us as a church, as men, as women, as employers, as parents. With even famous Christian leaders like Ravi Zaccharias falling captive to sexual sins, it is important for each one of us to be on […]

Unshakable Hope by Max Lucado

August 31, 2020

Reviewed by Carmen N. In our world today, where hope seems to be in shortage, we can find abounding hope in God. We can anchor our hope on His promises which never fail. I found this book to be very encouraging in reminding me of who God is, what his promises are, and my identity […]

May It Be So: Forty Days with the Lord’s Prayer by Justin McRoberts, Scott Erickson (Illustrator)

August 31, 2020

Reviewed by Joyce Wong This book is a quick read (but going through it more slowly for reflection is recommended!) consisting of 40 brief guided prayers paired with contemplative images, and reflections on the Lord’s Prayer, as a starting point for our own prayers and ongoing conversations with God. I appreciated how the authors began the […]

The Pleasures of God by John Piper

August 31, 2020

Reviewed by Joseph W. In “The Pleasures of God,” John Piper thoroughly investigates the attributes of God and what brings Him joy and delight. Piper heavily references Scripture, explores examples, and draws from his personal experiences to share the greatness and glory of God and His desire for His people. The book also guides and […]

The Good and Beautiful God: Falling in Love with the God Jesus knows by James Bryan Smith

August 23, 2020

Reviewed by Ethan C. “The Good and Beautiful God – Falling in Love with the God Jesus knows” by James Bryan Smith is a book about learning more about God and His character by studying Jesus’ life. Each chapter “deals with false concepts [about God] and the true one, namely, the narrative of Jesus” (pg. […]

Counterfeit Gods by Timothy Keller

August 22, 2020

Reviewed by G. Kung & B. Kung It’s a good book, well organized and straight forward to read. Nice that it draws both Biblical and current world examples in each chapter. It’s an easy enough read but still with some meat on the bone. Having read another Tim Keller book earlier this year (the Prodigal […]

The Road Back To You by Ian Morgan Cron & Suzanne Stabile

August 12, 2020

Reviewed by E. Lee “The Road Back To You” provides a Christian perspective of 9 personality types using something called the ‘Enneagram’, which is Greek for ‘9-sided-shape’. Personality is not our identity; rather it is how we have learned to express ourselves and survive in this world. If you choose to read this book, don’t […]




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