Brian G. Hedges, author of Christ All Sufficient: An Exposition of Colossians, tells in the Introduction of a being asked, “Why Colossians?” Hedges explains the questioner said that Colossians wasn’t a letter often heard about, unlike Philippians. His response is all the more reason to study it. Honestly, when was the last time any of
I don’t really understand the adult coloring book craze. Many I’ve looked at appear to be a preschooler’s scribbles or a teen’s doodles. I can doodle and scribble on my own, and I do. When I saw Pamela Hodges’s coloring book, Coloring the Cats, I thought, “Now, this is a coloring book with some substance.”
I consider myself lucky. In 2008 and 2009, we had a financial advisor who gave us warnings and solid advice based on our needs. She had many of the attributes of a good financial advisor that John Woodman describes in his little book How to Pick a Financial Advisor (or evaluate the one you have).
For readers looking for a sensational tell-all, Lynne Spears’ Through the Storm, will be disappointing. I, too, was disappointed, but for different reason Through the Storm, subtitled A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World is less than it promises. It is less about family and more about Ms. Spears defending herself.