Reformers Blog — Cassie Watson

Book Review: The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Book Review by Cassie Watson Cassie Watson is a ministry apprentice at Merrylands Anglican Church, working to see women grow in their knowledge and love of Jesus. You can follow her blog or connect with her on Twitter Plenty of books have been written on how to be a great pastor. Far fewer teach us how to be great church members. This seems strange considering that vocational pastors make up such a small percentage of the church. Christopher Ash fills the gap with The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read. His goal is to encourage “a healthy two-way dynamic in...

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Book Review: Humble Calvinism

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

If the title of this book shocks you, you’re not alone. To our shame, Calvinism is not typically associated with humility. I’m proof of that—part of me didn’t want to read this book because I was happy in my little bubble of theological pride. Halfway through the first chapter, I had to put the book down and get on my knees before God to repent of my arrogance.

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Book Review: The Good Life in the Last Days (Mikey Lynch)

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Book Review by Cassie Watson Cassie Watson is a ministry apprentice at Merrylands Anglican Church, working to see women grow in their knowledge and love of Jesus. You can follow her blog or connect with her on Twitter We make a thousand decisions every day, from what we’ll have for breakfast to whether we’ll accept that new job. How can we make good decisions as Christians living in the last days? Often we simplify this, but Mikey Lynch’s The Good Life in the Last Days shows us that sometimes “it’s complicated” is a valid and right answer. Lynch provides practical guidance on how to make...

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