Book Review: “Necessary Endings” BY henry Cloud

It was the winter of 2008, in my senior year, and I was at a crossroads with what I wanted to do after finishing high school. Was I going to university? Should I move out with my friend and find a job? Should I continue my pursuit for a professional basketball career? By the way, … Continue reading Book Review: “Necessary Endings” BY henry Cloud

Book Review: The Masculine Mandate by Richard D. Philips

"What does it mean to be a man?" is a question I'm sure a lot of men (and women) have asked for generations. I've asked it hundreds of times myself only to receive responses such as, "a man is strong and tough," "a man is successful and has a lot of money," "a man never … Continue reading Book Review: The Masculine Mandate by Richard D. Philips

Book Review: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Published in 1989, Stephen Covey's book "7 Habits of highly effective people" has impacted thousands of people around the world by helping them shift their perspective on how they think about life, goals, and success. After reading this book, I would recommend it to anyone trying to grow more in the following areas: Self-discipline Time … Continue reading Book Review: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

4 Books Every Christian Skeptic should Read

Have you ever heard of the term "blind faith?" During my university years, I participated in many conversations, a lot of them with people who believe Christianity is nothing but blind faith. Although I disagree, I do understand their reasoning: many "Christians" do often follow what they call their faith, blindly. Meaning, their faith is based … Continue reading 4 Books Every Christian Skeptic should Read

Book Review: “Ask It” by Andy Stanley

  In his book "Ask It," Andy Stanley focuses on one specific question that if applied to your life correctly will help you make better decisions.  While the book includes numerous examples of real life experiences, it's also rooted in biblical principles. The main question is simple, yet powerful and revolutionary. Applying it to your … Continue reading Book Review: “Ask It” by Andy Stanley