In the third chapter of Isaiah, we read a number of things which I dare say will never be adequately expressed in Veggie Tales, flannelgraphs, or Illustrated Children’s Bibles.
In his latest work, Willink adeptly uses personal and practical examples to drive home and further explain concepts from earlier books which merit emphasis and clarification.
I have filled out a personal reading list toward the end of understanding the elements of communication better. And as promised, here is my list.
I think as far as summer reading projects go, you couldn’t ask for much better for a teenage boy about to turn 14 at the end of next month.
Among the people I trust and respect most, Paul David Tripp’s book Lead: 12 Gospel Principles for Leadership in the Church comes highly recommended. So I started listening to that one on Audible yesterday, and I am about halfway through it now. But I will confess to being wary. Please take no offense if you can only…