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- About: Sun Tzu’s The Art of War is as timely for business people today as it was for military strategists in ancient China. Written in China more than 2,000 years ago, Sun Tzu’s classic The Art of War is the first known study of the planning and conduct of military operations.
- Comments: Reading through this under the lens of fighting off Satan and spiritual warfare. You’ll never look at a relationship with Jesus and the “battle” the same way ever again.
- About: E. M. Bounds is the foremost authority in the knowledge and intimacy of prayer. This book will elevate the reader in the mode and practice of prayer far above any other… All due to the hours of devotion spent by Mr. Bounds.
- Comments: After completing The Necessity of Prayer, this work follows suit. A new outlook on prayer follows anything read by E.M. Bounds work. While Essentials is good, The Necessity of Prayer might be one of the best books I have ever read on the subject.
- About: Gene Getz delivers the newly enhanced message of what it takes to be a man of God. Men will gain encouragement for what they can be in Christ as fathers, husbands, and mentors to other men.
- Comments: Two chapters in and excited for what’s to come. Love anything that talks about principles; this work is right up my alley. Anxious to get into discussions with other men about the material, hearing their thoughts regarding these biblical principles.
- About: The rock-solid, time-tested advice in this book has carried thousands of now famous people up the ladder of success in their business and personal lives.
- Comments: Great book with so many good takeaways. Reading it again under the lens of biblical leadership and weighing the truths inside against scripture to test validity. Never take one’s opinions as gospel, let the Bible do that!
- About: Craig Groeschel helps you uncover who you really are—a man created in the image of God with a warrior’s heart—and how to fight the good fight for what’s right. You will find the strength to fight the battles you know you need to fight—the ones that determine the state of your heart, the quality of your marriage, and the spiritual health of your family.
- Comments: Often times the material feels dangerously close to John Eldredge Wild at Heart study. However, I’m super excited the guys at church are getting a lot out of it so I’m going on the trip as well.
What are you reading?
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Always awesome to be a part of a movement for Jesus. Blessed to be a part of this event!
- @Clayton_king: What an awesome weekend at #Kalahari14 Over 500 people responded to the gospel. Thanks to all who prayed & attended #revival
- @Clayton_king “If you lose everything, and you have Jesus, you have everything because Jesus is everything!”
- @JessicaaaFaye: My brother and sister gave their lives to Christ this weekend. God is so great and prayer is so powerful. #Kalahari14
- @timboucher1: At least 16 @gsHighSchool students gave their life to Jesus for the first time #kalahari14
- @J_Roseler: I didn’t know being a room leader to 7th grade boys would be so rewarding! Awesome time! #kalahari14@CoreyRehm#newpic.twitter.com/FEindU9hAj
- @cnmills: NOTHING better than watching every boy in my room make a decision to follow Jesus including my son @millsy03. #kalahari14#newcreation
- @cnmills: This is what its all about. Deep discussion, team time, life change. #kalahari14#wearemergehttp://instagram.com/p/ivH4cDvFE3/
- @sethnuzum: How to know if you are new in Christ. Don’t ask what happened, ask what is happening! #Kalahari14
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A friend asked a simple question, “Name the 10 books that have affected you in some way. Don’t spend more than a few minutes, and don’t think too hard.” To simply quote them without any commentary as to “why these books” seemed inappropriate. Therefore, here is my list with the “why” attached.
The book takes a look at “what happens to the human body under the stresses of deadly battle the impact on the nervous system, heart, breathing, visual and auditory perception, memory – then discusses new research findings as to what measures warriors can take to prevent such debilitations so they can stay in the fight, survive, and win.” I read the book after talking to an officer friend. We were discussing the parallels that happen in physical and spiritual “warfare”. He encouraged me to read the book under the lens of the spiritual. It has changed the way I look at leadership ever since.
Living by the Book looks in depth at observing, interpreting and applying truth of Scripture. The book has changed the way I approach reading and understanding Scripture properly. I would highly recommend it.
This is the first Bible I read cover to cover. It holds a solid place in my heart for that reason.
Before Rob Bell went to the funny farm, his early thoughts were breathtaking. Bethany and I even went to his “everything is spiritual” tour. This book kicked off the ability to “think for myself and question authority” (Tool – Third Eye), not just accept people’s teaching/thinking. Ever since this book I have questioned everything and weighed it against the Bible as a standard of truth. Contrary to popular belief, you should read the opposition, not just books that agree with you opinion.
I was given a copy of this book way back in 2008. It kicked off a passion for “honoring the past to move forward”. Some things have come and gone but some things should come back. This book marked the start of a passion to look like a “gentlemen”. Looking classy, the art of shaving with a single blade, understanding that looking good is not just reserved for women, manners, etc. etc. all started from this book.
My high school days are littered with Kurt Cobain. Not Nirvana, Kurt Cobain. The only real Nirvana record I like is MTV Unplugged in New York. I credit Kurt for my passion for reaching broken people. He wrestled internally in a battle with his mind which I can relate. The book constantly calls to love hurting people by getting wrapped up “in their mess”. April 5, 1994 was a sad day.
This is a “recently read” book. Integrity is “six character traits (creates trust, unafraid of reality, results-oriented, solves “negative realities,” causes growth and finds meaning in life) which Cloud examines in great detail.” This book has helped further solidify my leadership style. I feel greatly that we need more men who are solid in their leadership, unafraid to take hard stances, to move forward with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. While Cloud uses some Scripture, the book is more of how to be a “stand up guy” than anything else.
My first book. I have a love/hate relationship with this book. I have a deeper appreciation for writers and authors after embarking on this manifest.
This book cannot be read in a day, a month, a year or even a decade. This is my first “big boy” read. Orthodoxy has caused me to think, question and dig deeper in understanding our great God. It’s a masterpiece that will leave you speechless… if you can get though it that is.
Much like the ESV Bible, this is the first commentary I read cover to cover. While my views vary from time to time, all 1,264 pages are beautiful.
- Four Hour Body by Tim Ferris
- School of Dying Graces by Richard Felix
- Love You Forever by Robert Munsch
- Welcome to the Family by Larry Moyer
What are some of your “10”?
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Scripture passages: John 8:2-11; Romans 6:7; Romans 6:11; Romans 6:14; Romans 6:18; and Romans 6:22
You are either serving sin or serving a risen Savior.
There is no in between.
We used to serve sin, now we serve a risen savior!
We cannot live in sin if we have already died to it.
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A view from the good seats (at the feet of Jesus – Matthew 18).