A Review of “Cutting: A Healing Response” by Jeremy Lelek

This book’s use of narrative is helpful in clarifying the counseling process, but it doesn’t give enough information on the actual problem itself.

A Review of “God’s Forever Family” by Larry Eskridge

This is a well-written history of a frequently ignored and yet important religious movement within American history

A Review of “Freedom from Self-Harm” by Kim Gratz and Alexander Chapman

Freedom from Self-Harm is a valuable for its dismantling of the common myths surrounding self-harm.

A Review of “Can Christianity Cure Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?” by Ian Osborn

A fascinating look at how trusting God can actually help those who suffer from OCD.

A Review of “Think Again” by Jared Mellinger

This short book is a useful tool for analyzing the problem and pointing to the solution of unhealthy introspection.

Best Books of 2018

Here are my top five favorite books of the year.

Books I Read in 2018

Here’s an annotated list of all the books I read in 2018.

A Review of “Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music?” by Gregory Alan Thornbury

While Larry Norman, the father of Christian rock, is the obvious subject of this book, it’s really a book about all of us.

A Review of “DieHard Sins” by Rush Witt

This book gives us greater insight into sin than most Christians have, and provides guidance on our response to it.

A Review of “Grace-Based Recovery” by Jonathan Daugherty

here is a great strength in a recovery model rooted in grace, but Daugherty’s book lacks the depth needed to guide people out of the bondage of an addiction.