All posts of Christine M. Chappell

Side by Side by Edward T. Welch | #bookschristineread | Christine M. Chappell | Faithful Sparrow | Book Review

Side by Side by Edward T. Welch | #bookschristineread

“Practical Guidance for Loving Others Well” I eyeballed this book for some time online before I finally pulled the trigger (or should I say, clicked the mouse) to purchase it. I’m certainly glad I did not let it fall off my radar. Fitting this book into your reading schedule this coming New Year will certainly be a […]
Life Together | Dietrich Bonoeffer | Christine M. Chappell | Book Review | Faithful Sparrow

Life Together by Dietrich Bonhoeffer | #bookschristineread

A classic exploration of Christian community, indeed. If you are currently in the process of learning to be a disciple-maker or are presently being discipled, I would highly recommend this book to reinforce what you are learning about the importance of growing alongside a body of Jesus-followers. Merely interested in learning why being actively connected […]

What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do

If you’re like me, you are probably-right this moment-facing a situation of conflict, change or uncertainty and have no clue what should be done about it. Though I have grown used to these sorts of dilemmas over the past few years, I continue to fight for solutions and quick-fixes, leaving me hopeless and frustrated. It’s […]

Bonding Over Books: Happiness by Randy Alcorn

Interested in joining us on a trip through Randy Alcorn’s newest release, Happiness? Here are a few simple steps to get started: 1.) Buy the book (click here for link to amazon). 2.) Join the Facebook Group “Coffee Chats | Bonding Over Books” (click here for link to group page). 3. ) Finish reading the book by […]
Timothy Keller on Counterfeit Gods

Video: Counterfeit Gods with Timothy Keller

What thing, if you lost it, could almost mean that you would lose the will to live? What thing, if you lost it, could mean that almost all significance and value would be drained out of your life? Whatever that thing is… the bible calls it an ‘idol’. Timothy Keller makes an excellent introduction to the topic […]