I’m honestly not even sure how to review this book. How do you a review a book this great? I have no complaints or disagreements; I have only praise. This is an amazingly good book. It’s entertaining to read because Driscoll is adept at mixing pop culture references throughout the text so that the words come alive with relevance. It’s deep because the theology presented in the book is thoroughly Biblical, beyond surface-level Christianity, and presented in a lively, understandable manner. And…the book will strengthen your faith and conviction in Jesus and His glorious salvation. Even elderly saints will benefit from the depth of solid theology that this book offers. This is one of the most encouraging and inspiring books I’ve read in a while. Everyone should read it.
Browsing archives for April, 2009
I just saw this advertised on DesiringGod.org. I’m a big fan of the Reach Records guys and Desiring God, so I thought I’d promote the tour. LeCrae, Trip Lee, Tedashii, Sho Baraka, and Flame are headed to urban centers all across America this Summer to promote the message “Don’t Waste Your Life.”
Check it out at http://www.reachrecords.com/dwyl/.
Also check out LeCrae’s video for Don’t Waste Your Life, produced by Desiring God.
Are you following Aaron Ivey on Twitter? You should be if you’re a Spur58 fan. Spur58 doesn’t technically exist anymore, but Bush (bass), Jimmy (guitars), and Aaron (lead vocals and keys) are still making music under Ivey’s name. Why the change? Well in part, because Spur officially ended when Ivey took a job at Austin Stone Community Church leading worship. None the less, the music making continues, and that’s good news if you like good music. Spur58 made some amazing music, wrote some of the most moving worship songs I’ve ever heard, and they rock hard! Check out studio updates on:
on Twitter at @aaronivey