This week has been one of those weeks in which the world feels small – tiny even – as several people from various seasons of my life and relationships have converged in unexpected and surprising places day after day. Some weeks are like that, I guess…
Today is no exception as I clicked on Comment Magazine’s final installment of a 10-part series of book recommendations by Byron Borger, bookseller extraordinaire at the one-and-only Hearts and Minds Books in Dallastown, PA*, where I quickly saw his wonderful endorsement of Tom Nelson’s new book Work Matters: Connecting Sunday Worship to Monday Work.
The Washington Institute is deeply appreciative of this book and you will be hearing much more about it from us over the next few weeks. However, in the meantime, take Byron’s word that, “There are many good books offering a Christian perspective on this topic, but none as good as the brand new, visionary, and very well-written paperback by this Kansas pastor.”
*If you live within driving distance take a field trip – trust me when I say it puts Dallastown, Pennsylvania on the map.
Kate Harris is Executive Director for The Washington Institute, wife to a good man and mother of their three young children.