Book Review

Book Review: 7, by Jen Hatmaker

7, by Jen Hatmaker is an original book that calls out society on their need for excess. In this novel, Hatmaker discovers there is an overwhelming need for things in her life and not enough desire for Jesus. If I had to guess, I would […]

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Book Review: With Justice for All by John Perkins

This review was written by VJN intern Sydney Wilson. Sydney is a psychology major at Liberty University. With Justice For All is an excellent book focusing on reconciliation and justice between different ethnic and racial groups. Growing up in a small, racially discriminative town in […]

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Black History Month: “Me and the New Jim Crow”

In honor of Black History Month, VJN invited Ramon Mayo to review Michelle Alexander’s book, The New Jim Crow. Michelle Alexander’s book, The New Jim Crow, is a tour de force in exposing a clear injustice in our society. It is a clear injustice that […]

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VJN Book Review: Peace Catalysts by Rick Love

Rick Love’s Peace Catalysts distills the wisdom of a lifetime of experience as a peacemaker and a bridge-builder among religiously and ideologically diverse communities. Combining clear, biblical, conceptual analysis with a wealth of personal stories about struggle and victory, he argues compellingly that “reconciliation is […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Toxic Charity by Robert D. Lupton

Dori Donnell is the Director of Mercy Ministries at the Vineyard Church in Sugar Land, TX. Having accepted Jesus at the age of three, and somewhere around the age of 20 actually beginning to understand her relationship with God, she knew that she was called […]

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