Notes from the Upper Room: Lessons in Loving Like Jesus (2020)
I wrote this book about John 13 to 17, my favorite section of scripture that tells about Jesus’ last meal with his disciples. I try to invite the readers to enter the upper room and take a look around.
Notes from the Upper Room: The Devotionals (2020)
As I was preparing the manuscript Notes from the Upper Room, I also wrote out a series of 129 devotional thoughts. These devotionals are not entirely unique to the book, but rather present the material in a different way.
Living in the Larger Story: The Christian Psychology of Larry Crabb (2019)
Dr. Larry Crabb may be the most influential leader in Christian counseling during the past 50 years. His first article was published in Christianity Today in 1971. Since then, he has written 26 books, from Basic Principles of Biblical Counseling, published in 1975, to the most recent, When God’s Ways Make No Sense, published in 2018. Living in the Larger Story: The Christian Psychology of Larry Crabb chronicles Dr. Crabb’s lifetime contributions to the field of Christian Psychology and soul care. The list of authors–including Eric Johnson, Jason Kanz, Bryan Maier, Richard Averbeck, Bruce Demarest, Colin Dye, Mark McMinn, Gary Moon, Jamie Rasmussen, Siang-Yang Tan, Brett Vaden, Ed Welch, and Kep Crabb–reveal Crabb’s wide influence. The book concludes with a reflection by Dr. Crabb on his career. Living in the Larger Story is an important addition to the field of Christian Psychology and soul care. Whether you are a professional working in psychology, counseling, or soul care; a pastor on the front lines; or someone who wants to know more about this notable man, there is something in this book for you.
Soil of the Divine (2017)
In my first book, I explored the themes of wholeness, redemption, and integration through poetic form. Reflecting on the Psalms, I would write a poem each day inspired by one of the 150 psalms. I am hopeful that this collection of poems encourage you to see the Psalms afresh and inspire you to pursue a life of shalom.