The Day of Trouble – Joey Tomlinson (2022)

Like a vicious boa constrictor, depression slowly squeezes hope from its victims. Some people struggle in the shadows; others seek help from a counselor, pastor, or physician. Joey Tomlinson’s new book, The Day of Trouble, addresses the topic of depression with biblical clarity and pastoral sensitivity. Tomlinson acknowledges that depression may stem from personal sin. ButContinue reading “The Day of Trouble – Joey Tomlinson (2022)”

Finding Quiet – J.P. Moreland (2019)

J.P. Moreland, Finding Quiet (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2019), 225 pp. J.P. Moreland is one of the most influential Christian philosophers and thinkers of our generation. His writing has wielded a powerful influence in my life for nearly twenty-five years. His most recent book, Finding Quiet, is his most personal, transparent book to date. In FindingContinue reading “Finding Quiet – J.P. Moreland (2019)”

Depression, Anxiety, and the Christian Life – Michael Lundy (2018)

Michael S. Lundy, Depression, Anxiety, and the Christian Life (Wheaton: Crossway, 2018), 182 pp. Depression, Anxiety, and the Christian Life by Michael S. Lundy addresses an important topic that afflicts many people. The vicious tentacles of depression and anxiety threatens to squeeze the life out of unwilling victims. For some, hope and relief seem lightContinue reading “Depression, Anxiety, and the Christian Life – Michael Lundy (2018)”

RUNNING SCARED – Edward T. Welch (2007)

Running Scared by Edward T. Welch is a book for all people.  The author is quick to point out the struggle that people have with fear: Fear and worry run deep in us all. Fear and worry have meaning.  They say something.   Fear and worry say that the world is dangerous.   Fear and worryContinue reading “RUNNING SCARED – Edward T. Welch (2007)”