The Red Couch: One Church, Many Tribes introduction

Perhaps you are like me: a white girl who grew up in the American Midwest suburbs. We played Cowboys and Indians in our sprawling backyards and learned about the ways the Indians helped the Pilgrims. We cheered for sports teams and drove through towns named after tribes. We built pretend tepees in our basements and […]

The Red Couch: The Alchemist Discussion Tonight

Whether you read along with us this month or you’re one of the thousands who read The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho years ago, we hope you’ll chime in on our discussion tonight. Instead of our usual discussion post, we’re taking it to our Facebook group. You can RSVP here or just plan to show up tonight at […]

The Red Couch: Fourth Quarter Books

How did we get to the point of announcing our last quarter of 2015 book selections already? Granted, we’re still in the middle of our Third Quarter selections. But still. I’m amazed by how quickly the last seven (eight, if you count this month) books have gone. I hope you’ve enjoyed our summer/fall fiction selections. […]

The Red Couch: Once Was Lost Introduction

Summer makes me think of beach reads and beach reads often have me turning in the direction of YA. There are plenty of articles out there arguing why you should or shouldn’t read Young Adult (YA) fiction. I’m firmly in the camp who believes you should read whatever gives you enjoyment or from which you […]

The Red Couch: Silence Discussion Tonight

Whether you read along with us this month or you read Silence by Shusaku Endo years ago, we hope you’ll chime in on our discussion tonight. Instead of our usual discussion post, we’re taking it to our Facebook group. You can RSVP here or just plan to show up tonight at 6 pm PST/8 pm […]