Entries Categorized as 'Book Reviews'

Lessons From the East – A Book Review

Date June 30, 2016

Disturbing. Dynamic. Directional. These thoughts ran through my mind as I read – strike that – devoured this book. I am not one to gush over a book, but Lessons From the East is a must read this summer! With Post-it® notes sticking out of so many pages, highlights and comments graffitiing my tattered copy […]

Obstacles In the Established Church – A Book Review

Date January 19, 2016

A New Book by Sam S. Rainer III   Obstacles In the Established Church is that book most pastors wish they would have read years ago. Sam seeks to help those who lead the established local American Church get “unstuck” so that it can fulfill its mission. In an honest, straightforward manner, Rainer uses his […]

Finding Your Way Back to God

Date February 24, 2015

  A New Book by Dave Ferguson and Jon Ferguson Eagles In Leadership is pleased to let you know about a great new book by our friends, Dave and Jon Ferguson! We highly recommend you purchasing, reading and giving this book away to your friends who are wandering from God or who have never had […]

“A is for Adam: The Gospel from Genesis” Book Review

Date October 17, 2013

A is for Adam is one of the best Creation science books for children we have read in years. It is well conceived, well written, and enormously entertaining. The book is written for both children and the adults in their lives. From A – Z, Ken and Mally Ham have designed this book to engage […]

Transformed Interviews Wayne Elsey – Almost Isn't Good Enough!

Date August 23, 2012

We are thrilled to share with you our interview with Wayne Elsey, author of the amazing book,  Almost Isn’t Good Enough.  Almost Isn’t Good Enough  is call to live out the compassion of Jesus’ heart in a world of suffering and hopelessness. A man who decided one day to make a difference globally writes about […]

Big Book of History Book Review

Date July 19, 2012

Have you wanted to get a grasp on world history from a Biblical point of view? Now you can! Big Book of History is targeted for young learners, ages 7-12. However, my copy seems to draw “children” of all ages. Tracking 4 themes from creation to the election of President Barack Obama, this up to […]

Alan Hirsch on Missional Discipleship!

Date September 23, 2011

Welcome back to the Transformed podcast. We are honored to have Alan Hirsch with us on the podcast today!   Alan is the founding Director of Forge Mission Training Network. He is the co-founder of shapevine.com an international forum for engaging with world transforming ideas. He leads Future Travelers, a learning journey applying missional-incarnational approaches […]

Transformed Talks About "Money Strategies for Tough Times!" with Matt Bell

Date August 24, 2011

Thank you for tuning in again to the Transformed podcast! Today we welcome Matt Bell back to the program. Matt is a personal finance writer and speaker. He is the author of three books: Money, Purpose, Joy (September 2008), Money and Marriage: A Complete Guide for Engaged and Newly Married Couples which was published in March […]

Transformed Interviews Tom Cocklereece on the Disciple-Maker's Toolkit!

Date August 17, 2011

We are so pleased you have returned to the Transformed podcast! In today’s episode, we welcome back Tom Cocklereece, author of Simple Discipleship, which we talked about recently (here’s the link to that interview). Today we talk about a companion to the book, and it’s called Simple Discipleship: The Disciple-Maker’s Toolkit. You can purchase the […]

Transformed! Interviews Mike Slaughter about "Change the World!"

Date July 14, 2011

We are so pleased you have returned to the Transformed podcast. In today’s episode, we explore how we can recover the message and mission of Jesus, and thus, Change the World. Matt’s guest today is Mike Slaughter, lead pastor at Ginghamsburg Church, is the three-decade dreamer of Ginghamsburg and the spiritual entrepreneur of ministry marketplace […]