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Tag Archives: Ron Chernow
Best Books 2021
Posted on December 14, 2021 by Jason
Every year I set myself a goal to read 52 books — one per week. It’s a pretty ambitious goal and most years I fall short. 2019 was a personal high mark; I actually read 62 books that year. Last … Continue reading →
Posted in Anxiety, Baseball, Books, Leadership, Music, Politics, Race, Scripture, Social Issues, Sports, Theology | Tagged Brant Hansen, Critical Race Theory, Eugene Peterson, George Washington, Jerry Seinfeld, Jim Gray, Managing Leadership Anxiety, Mark Thibodeaux, N.T. Wright, Owen Strachan, Peter Scazzero, Pierce Brown, Ron Chernow, Scot McKnight, Stakeholder capitalism, Steve Cuss, The Emotionally Healthy Leader, Unoffendable, Vivek Ramaswamy, Winn Collier, Wokeness | 2 Comments
Best Books of 2019
Posted on December 30, 2019 by Jason
Each year I set myself a goal to read 52 books — one per week. Most years I don’t hit the mark but I read exactly 52 books in 2018 and by the time I finish my current read, I’ll … Continue reading →
Posted in Baseball, Books, Church, Culture, Faith, God, Gospel, Kingdom Values, Leadership, Missiology, Philosophy, Politics, Scripture, Social Issues, Sports, Theology | Tagged Brené Brown, Brian Zahnd, Cormac McCarthy, David Bentley Hart, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Evernote, Fleming Rutledge, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, John Mark Hicks, Jonathan Franklin, Josh Suchon, KIndle, Lee Camp, Martin Laird, Michael Eric Dyson, Michal Gorman, Nick de Semlyen, Patrick Rothfuss, Peter Scazzero, Robin DiAngelo, Ron Chernow, Salvador Alvarenga, The Brothers Karamazov | Leave a comment