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Top 5: 2015 Books (So Far)

Woop, woop! We are halfway through 2015 and so this is a high time to share the five best books I read so far (excluding re-reads, because if I included re-reads PERCY JACKSON, need I say more). 403 more words


Living the Dream (or How Donald Miller's Words and the Storyline Conference Shaped My Path) 

*please forgive my accidental post earlier. I was trying to save what I had written and accidentally pasted a text to our real estate agent. Yikes! 898 more words

Dealing With The Mess

Book Review: Scary Close by Donald Miller

If you haven’t previously cracked open a book by Donald Miller, you don’t realize that his writing style has the draw of a conversation with a close friend– one that happens late at night when your inhibitions have all retired for the evening and they leave you with unfiltered relation.   430 more words

Straight to the heart. 

Have you ever read something that hit straight to the heart? Leaves a lump in your throat. You feel your breath stop from escaping your chest. 150 more words

Young, Reckless and Nonconformist – Religious Thoughts on “Blue Like Jazz”

I finally read Donald Miller’s Blue Like Jazz, a few years behind its explosion onto the Christian book scene. I’m not very good at writing book reviews because I tend to get long-winded and dig a hole into one idea, but I felt compelled to share some thoughts. 1,452 more words


Viral Marketing, Methods, Messages, and Media

In the spring 2015 semester, I took a viral marketing course as part of Asbury University’s Master’s degree in Communications. Although the main project for the class was the development of a marketing campaign, other assignments involved case studies on the success on other campaigns online, particularly on social media. 46 more words

Film And Video

Book Review: Blue Like Jazz

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In Donald Miller’s early years, he was vaguely familiar with a distant God. But when he came to know Jesus Christ, he pursued the Christian life with great zeal.

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