Sunday, May 11, 2008

“The Tangible Kingdom”: A Review

The Tangible Kingdom is written by Hugh Halter, a Core Community supported church planter in Denver. The book is dedicated to (among others) our church for our support and encouragement of them over the years.

The book employs numerous stories on how the church bridges the Christian and non-Christian worlds into communion and conversation and how God has worked through them to see hundreds of life changes.

It has prompted a deep review of how I conduct my life.

I would strenuously encourage you to pick up a copy this week.

Florida Vacation

My family got away for 10 days of R&R to Sanibel Island, Florida from April 14-24th.

Its hard to mess up when its 85 degrees, you live one block from the ocean and you have a pool in the backyard.

The kids collected shells, we explored the island on scooters and we had numerous dolphin & alligator sightings.

I read Hugh Halters book "The Tangible Kingdom", Bob Robert's book "Church Multiplication", "Child Training" by Michael Pearl, and "The Reason for God" by Tim Keller.