Monthly Archives: July 2013

Book Review: Ragamuffin Gospel

I got a ecopy of the Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning to review from Thomas Nelson. Sadly, I never read any of Brennan’s material before he passed this year, but I have heard a lot about his writing. So, I thought I would pick up a copy and see what I thought.

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Book Review: Insourcing

What a phenomenal read. What a phenomenal read. I couldn’t put the book down and loved just about every single minute of it.

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My Week Without a Phone

Yes, you read that correctly. I went a week without my iPhone. Ok, well kinda. And no. No, it wasn’t on purpose.

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Book Review: The Five Money Personalities

I got a chance to review Scott and Bethany Palmer’s the Five Money Personalities and enjoyed it. 

My wife and I do a lot of premarital and preengagement counseling. One of the big issues that we talk about is money. Too often people come from different family backgrounds and have trouble getting on the same page about their money habits. That’s where this book comes in.

Scott and Bethany have outlined five different types of money personalities and walk through what each type is and how to identify if you are that type.

Once you and your spouse know your own personalities you’ll be able to better communicate about money in the long run! 

I think this book could be a fantastic gift to anyone who is married. We could all use some more help figuring out how to communicate about money!

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