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I live in Eureka on the coast of Northern California. I am about 250 miles north of San Francisco. Our redwood trees are some of the tallest in the world.

I like books, music, movies, TV shows on DVD, good food, writing and walking.

Geoff Pound and I publish books by F. W. Boreham. I sell those and a variety of used items, mostly books, on … more

Reviews
Mark: The Beginning of the Gospel (Biblical Imagination Series)
Being a companion to his commentary, Mark: The Gospel of Passion, Michael Card's Mark: The Beginning of the Gospel provides 10 new opportunities to imagine the fast-moving drama in the Gospel of Mark. …
Mark: The Gospel of Passion (Biblical Imagination)
While browsing recently at a Thrift store, I found Scandalon (1986), one of Michael Card’s earliest recordings. It was fascinating to go on Amazon and read customer reviews praising this release. …
reviewed Robin Good & His Not So Merry Men. April 11, 2012
Robin Good & His Not So Merry Men
I like VeggieTales use of classic stories to convey spiritual truths. Initially, they may have resorted more to Bible stories, which got them into trouble with those who did not like the liberty they …
reviewed Clear the Stage. March 24, 2012
posted in Music Matters
Clear the Stage
On Clear the Stage, Jimmy Needham sacrifices a little of his blue-eyed soul for a more pop-oriented sound. He loses a little distinctiveness on some tracks, but retains the R&B influence that is a …
reviewed God Shed His Grace - Songs of Truth a.... March 15, 2012
posted in Music Matters
God Shed His Grace - Songs of Truth and Freedom
The implied patriotic them of God Shed His Grace by Twila Paris could needlessly scare some people away. Interested persons need not worry about this being political. All but two of the songs come from …
reviewed Decades of Worship. March 08, 2012
posted in Music Matters
Decades of Worship
Some might think that Michael W. Smith jumped on the praise and worship bandwagon when he released Worship (2001) and Worship (DVD) (2002). It is more accurate to reckon that adoration has been part of …
reviewed Veggie Tales: If I Sang A Silly Song. March 07, 2012
posted in Movie Hype
Veggie Tales: If I Sang A Silly Song
The Silly Song is an essential part of VeggieTales. Expect one in every story.       What is a Silly Song? It is an uncommon innocence and goofiness in song. If there is a shortage …
The Living Church: Convictions of a Lifelong Pastor
How is it that one of the greatest Christian statesman to ever live is unknown by most of my friends and acquaintances? Even a self-professed Christian bibliophile had never heard of him. Even so, his …
The Gospel of Matthew: God with Us (Resonate)
Readers will be hard-pressed to find a more fun yet informative commentary than The Gospel of Matthew by Matt Woodley. The same could be said of the first volume in the Resonate series, The Gospel of …
reviewed Never Look Back. February 12, 2012
Never Look Back
Never Look Back by John Barnett is everything you would expect from Vineyard Music: original and classic covers of inspired, God-directed songs, solid musicianship and excellent production. But something …
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September 27, 2010
Hi Michael, welcome to Lunch! Great reviews! Just wanted to let you know that I'm here to answer any questions you might have about Lunch. You can also feel free to use the Feedback button on the right side of the screen if you have any comments. Thought you might enjoy checking out the Gourmand and Healthy Lifestyle communities as well. Have fun exploring!
 
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