Finishing Sun Tzu’s Art of War was a battle (pun intended). My son thought I would like it. I did… somewhat. It’s more of a manual on how to defeat the enemy. I am not much of a war guy, but I did get some good thoughts out of it.

So would I recommend it? Sure. It’s an interesting read. And it’s free on Amazon.com, so pick it up and win the war!

Liberty 2013 is quickly approaching at Freedom House.  We are doing some incredible things around our BIG GIVE this year the first week of May, 5/4 and 5/5.  Every year we give sacrificially toward Expanding the Vision that God has given us as a church.  Here is a video outlining our goals and what we are believing God to do through our sacrifice.

I just wanted to let you know out there in blog land that I am playing catch up because of Easter weekend and spring break. I spent some good time with my family which slowed down my reading. I will catch up this week on the 52 in 52. I am currently reading 2 books and will finish them by weeks end (Duck Commander and one by Ray Comfort – I can’t remember the title off the top of my head). Check in Friday or Saturday for a review.

It’s shocking sometimes how much we tend toward a certain trail of thought.  We want to be something so bad we end up disqualifying ourselves by our intensity.  I love this book.  It’s a read that’s simple yet inspiring.  It’s really short but riveting.  I do hope you will pick it up and take a read through it.

If we want to accomplish anything of value in the current world, we must go through the school of brokenness.  This school is for the development of the character needed to withstand the trials of the dream itself.  Tale of Three Kings looks at 3 different kings, David, Absalom and Saul.  Each one have their own issues and we can learn extremely important lessons from them.  Pick this book up and read it at least once a year.  It will take you a couple of hours to read and a lifetime to apply.  Enjoy!