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Begin Again Book Review

Begin Again Book Review

Begin Again: The Brave Practice of Releasing Hurt and Receiving Rest by Leeana Tankersley book review. Book Review: I’m excited to share with you this new book by Leeana Tankersley, because it holds a host of wonderful wisdom. A few years ago I had the opportunity to attend a conference in Greenville, South Carolina, called … Continue reading

Red Sky Over America Book Review

Red Sky Over America Book Review

Red Sky Over America by Tamera Lynn Kraft book review. Red Sky Over America   by Tamera Lynn Kraft  Historical Fiction Desert Breeze  Ladies of Oberlin: Book 1 In 1857, America, the daughter of a slave owner, is an abolitionist and a student at Oberlin College, a school known for its radical ideas. When America … Continue reading

A Most Noble Heir Book Review

A Most Noble Heir Book Review

A Most Noble Heir by Susan Anne Mason book review. A Most Noble Heir   by Susan Anne Mason  Historical Fiction Bethany House When stable hand Nolan Price learns from his dying mother that he is actually the son of the Earl of Stainsby, his plans for a future with kitchen maid Hannah Burnham are … Continue reading

The Melody of the Soul Book Review

The Melody of the Soul Book Review

The Melody of the Soul by Liz Tolsma book review. A Nazi officer. A Jewish Czech violinist. Her music haunts him. When he’s faced with losing it, he’ll go through any length to save it. And her.   It’s 1943 and Anna Zadok, a Jewish Christian living in Prague, has lost nearly everything. Most of … Continue reading

Gospel Fluency Handbook Book Review

Gospel Fluency Handbook Book Review

Gospel Fluency Handbook by Ben Connelly and Jeff Vanderstelt book review. Book info “I’m an unbeliever. So are you,” Jeff Vanderstelt tells us in his book Gospel Fluency. We slip in and out of believing God’s word about us and trusting in his work on our behalf. We forget who He is, what’s He’s done and … Continue reading

World View Book Review

World View Book Review

World View: Seeking Grace and Truth in Our Common Life by Marvin Olasky book review World View by Marvin Olasky Spiritual Growth New Growth Press How could our world be different if Christians were recognized for not only speaking the truth, but also demonstrating mercy? What would our lives be like if we reacted to … Continue reading

Counseling Under the Cross Book Review

Counseling Under the Cross Book Review

Counseling Under the Cross by Bob Kellermen book review. Counseling Under the Cross exalts our Lord Jesus Christ. Bob Kellemen’s exploration of Luther’s ministry has enlarged my appreciation for Luther and given me a new perspective on him as a pastoral counselor. The title of the book, Counseling Under the Cross, speaks volumes and reminds us of … Continue reading

Jesus and the Beanstalk Book Review

Jesus and the Beanstalk Book Review

Jesus and the Beanstalk by Lori Stanley Roeleveld book review.                              Book info About the book: Jesus and the Beanstalk: Overcoming Your Giants and Living a Fruitful Life (Abingdon Press, September 2016) What if a fairy tale and ten Bible verses could … Continue reading

Hunting Hope Book Review

Hunting Hope Book Review

Hunting Hope by Nika Maples book review.   Hunting Hope by Nika Maples   Spiritual Growth Worthy Publishing Dig through the darkness to find the light. Author Nika Maples offers a dash of hope in Hunting Hope to those who think all is lost. When you can’t see any hope in a season of difficulty, … Continue reading

Curious Faith Book Review

Curious Faith Book Review

Today I want to share with you a brand new book that was just released March 1…Curious Faith by Logan Wolfram. Four year’s ago I had never heard of Logan Wolfram. That all changed, however, in the fall of 2012 when I decided to give this blogging thing a try. I had very little knowledge … Continue reading

Season of Ugly

Season of Ugly

Sometimes we find ourselves in the middle of ugly. No one walks this earth without getting mud on their feet…sometimes! Mud is dirty, messy, and can weigh one down. The deeper the mire the harder it is to take another step. Sometimes…we fold and give up. Other times…we grab hold of anger and feast! In … Continue reading

Refresh with “1000 Gifts” by Ann Voskamp

Refresh with “1000 Gifts” by Ann Voskamp

When women lay down the threat of insecurity, give up the need for competition, and stop letting self-doubt be what it is–a weapon–truth will arise and friendships will emerge. Fears are feudal… and self-defeating. We weren’t made to be in opposition, rather, for community. Then the LORD God said, “It is not good for the … Continue reading

Left To Tell

Left To Tell

A few year’s ago I read the book  Left To Tell, Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust by Immacule’e Ilibagize. It was the first time I’d ever heard of the 1994 Rwandan genocide where more than one million people were killed in a hundred-day seige. Tutsi men, woman, and children were viciously slaughtered by machetes, machine-guns, … Continue reading

Snow Baby

Snow Baby

Psalms 127:3-5a  Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, The fruit of the womb is a reward.  Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, So are the children of one’s youth.  Happy is the man who has his quiver full of them…  Posted on January 14th for my son’s 14th birthday. Not even a … Continue reading