Skip to content ↓

Name That Site!

I am plotting out a new web site that will deal with reviews of all types of Christian material – books (fiction and non-fiction, kids and adults), music, DVDs and just about anything else the Christian companies push out these days. It will be a little bit like the Diet of Bookworms but each product will have only one review instead of multiple reviews. I will be seeking out people to write reviews for it. I guess it will be a bit like a magazine or other publication in that regard.

Anyways, I am looking for a name for this site. I’d like to poll the public (that’s you) for a name. If you have any suggestions, please check with Whois to see if they are already registered. If not, go ahead and post them. If I choose your name I may reach into my grab-bag of wild and cool books and send you something.

The name either has to be “cool” or somehow relate to the subject matter. It cannot say “book” or “DVD” since the site will service a wide variety of media. Remember: Amazon, Yahoo, Google – they are all wildly successful even though their names have nothing to do with what they offer or sell. Visted search.com recently? Didn’t think so. Books.com? Me neither. So feel free to think outside the box!


  • Three Respectable Sins of Pastors

    Three Respectable Sins of Pastors

    Over the past few years, there has been a lot of attention given to the ways that pastors may abuse their parishioners. Such attention is appropriate and every pastor ought to prayerfully guard himself against such abusive behaviors. Every church leadership structure ought to build rigorous systems of accountability and follow biblical guidelines in the…

  • A La Carte Collection cover image

    A La Carte (May 29)

    A La Carte: A coward’s guide to evangelism / The great dechurching will hurt poor people / The unique experiences of pastors / Three words for Christian parents / Save the world, have a baby / The conquest of Canaan / Kindle and book deals.

  • A La Carte Collection cover image

    A La Carte (May 28)

    A La Carte: What to do with the nice things people say / Old age syndromes to avoid / The amazing navigation skills of the dung beetle / 7 kinds of sacrifices / Hope in the grief of dementia / and more.

  • Managing Kingdom Causes with Sound Business Principles 

    This week the blog is sponsored by Redeemer University. The word “management” conjures up images of executives leading large corporations with the goal of generating wealth for shareholders. Think of “sustainability” and the lens widens to benefiting other stakeholders like customers, suppliers, community, and the environment. Now, broaden your view even wider. Pan out–way out!…

  • Comparative Suffering

    Comparative Suffering

    It is something you tend to hear a lot when you have endured a time of significant sorrow or suffering: “I know it’s nothing compared to yours, but…” We have a natural tendency to compare—to compare our experiences to another person’s and to rank or rate them accordingly. The person who has suffered the loss…

  • A La Carte Collection cover image

    A La Carte (May 27)

    A La Carte: Critical dynamics of criticism / Behind Jordan Peterson’s teaching is his own humanistic agenda / The Christian’s keystone habit / Getting out of the burnout pit / Is salvation by faith unfair to those who never hear of him? / That portrait of King Charles / Kindle deals / and more.