G. K. Chesterton was a British writer, philosopher, and literary critic, among other things. Often called the “prince of paradox,” Chesterton spun words with splendor. He read over 10,000 novels, and wrote many books. Orthodoxy is considered one of his classics.
We’re pleased to announce Author Brandon Guindon’s “Disciple-Making Culture Video Course”! This video course of sixteen short videos—10–15 minutes each—features Brandon and his roundtable of… Read more »
Have you ever moved from one home to another? There are few things I hate more than moving, but the part of moving I despise… Read more »