Author Archives: Dana Dill

About Dana Dill

I am a happy slave to Jesus, thankful husband to Chawna, delighted daddy to Daisy Jane & Penny Lane. I teach at Capo Valley Christian School & Biola University. I'm here on assignment (Acts 20:24).

What Our Marriage is Built Upon

Today, my wife and I celebrate our nine-year wedding anniversary. This marks 17 years knowing each other, 15 years dating, and 9 years marriage. Each year with her is a gift of which I am increasingly thankful for. Proverbs 18:22 … Continue reading

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Best Quotes from The Tattooist of Auschwitz

I recently enjoyed The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris. Here are some of my favorite quotes. Please note, I don’t necessarily agree with all the below quotes, but find them helpful, intriguing, or illustrative of certain ideas or points … Continue reading

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Best Quotes from The Silent Patient

I recently enjoyed The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides. Here are some of my favorite quotes. Please note, I don’t necessarily agree with all the below quotes, but find them helpful, intriguing, or illustrative of certain ideas or points of … Continue reading

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Best Quotes From Natchez Burning

I recently enjoyed Greg Iles novel, Natchez Burning. Here are some of my favorite quotes. Please note, I don’t necessarily agree with all the below quotes, but find them helpful, intriguing, or illustrative of certain ideas or points of view. … Continue reading

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Best Quotes From Outliers

I recently read the much appreciated and discussed book, The Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell. Here are some of my favorite quotes and ideas. Please note, I don’t necessarily agree with all the below quotes, but find … Continue reading

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Hello, I Am Your Idol

It’s easy for the word idol to seem irrelevant; a bygone concept belonging only to pagan people of history. Idols and idolatry don’t have anything to do with modern folks like us. We’re past that. We’re secular. We’re enlightened. We … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Why Reading the Whole Bible Should Excite You

In thinking about 2019, I have a hope for you, my beloved reader. I hope you read the whole Bible in 2019. Before you let feelings of guilt and anxiety arise, know this this isn’t a whip crack to duty, … Continue reading

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