JRF’s #4-12: Catchup Speed Review Bundle


Fortune of War#4  Fortune of War by Patrick O’brian:  Another great entry (book 6) in the Jack Aubry series.  Jack and Stephen find themselves prisoners of the Americans during the war of 1812.  5/5






Hole in our holiness
#5 Hole in our Holiness by Kevin DeYoung:  Great call to Gospel driven holiness.  A must read for any YRR type.  5/5




Seeing Christ#6 Seeing Christ in all of Scripture by the Westminster Theological Seminary Staff: Good  brief introduction to Christ centered hermeneutics and the general approach to theology that Westminster promotes.  4/5 stars







#7: Maui Revealed by Andrew Doughty:  Read it for a “work” trip.  Counting it.  Good for off the beaten path places.  Just wished the organization of these books was less scattered. 4/5







#8: Oahu Revealed:  Read it for a “work” trip.  Counting it.  4/5










#9: Date Your Wife by Justin Buzzard:  Powerful Gospel rooted call for husbands to fulfill their responsibility to protect and date your wifenuture their wives.  Easy but practical read.  Good for small groups.  4/5








#10: Cross Culture Servanthood by Duane Elmer: Mandatory reading for my team coordinator Cross Cultural Servanthoodtraining with Pioneers.  While I took issue with a few things, it was overall a very helpful and practical introduction to communicating Christ’s love cross culturally.  4/5







#11: Ninety Three by Victor Hugo:  An enthralling  but lesser known classic by my favorite author. Men fight 1893against God.  Men fight against men.  Men fight themselves.  Men lose.  5/5








#12: Honey and Salt by Carl Sandburg:  I picked up this collection of short poems by Carl Sandburg a few years ago while honey and saltvisiting his National Heritage site home.  It slows me down and reminds me of simpler times.  4/5



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A broken sinner saved by the gracious work of Jesus Christ. Husband to the greatest woman of all time. Seriously. Father of 4. I enjoy surfing, SCUBA, basketball, and exploring. I also like to read and write and want to get better at both.

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