Tagged with soul

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

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

Sacred Rest Book Review

Sacred Rest Book Review

Sacred Rest by Saundra Dalton-Smith, M.D. book review. Book info Staying busy is easy. Staying well rested- there’s a challenge. How can you keep your energy, happiness, creativity, and relationships fresh and thriving in the midst of never-ending family demands, career pressures, and the stress of everyday life? In Sacred Rest, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith, a board-certified … 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

Unseen Book Review

Unseen Book Review

Unseen by Sara Hagerty book review. When I found out Sara Hagerty was writing a new book I couldn’t wait to read it, therefore I was very excited when I got chosen to be on her book launch team. Sara pours her heart out in her books…she is truly a gifted writer. Her new book … Continue reading

I want It All Book Review

I want It All Book Review

I Want It All by Gwen Smith book review. I Want It All by Gwen Smith     Women’s Non-Fiction David C Cook  Do you struggle with sleepy faith syndrome? God created you for exceptional impact. Exceptional power. And exceptional blessings. Gwen Smith knows how easy it is to dismiss God’s plans with the thoughts, … Continue reading

Have You Ever Looked Pain In The Eye?

Have You Ever Looked Pain In The Eye?

Have you ever looked pain in the eye? Without a doubt you have–this brokenness that hides, but becomes visible in one’s eyes. Yes, it’s hidden behind bright smiles, infectious laughter, and words of  I’m Great!, Things have been a little hectic, but I’m fine, and I’m going to be okay once things slow down–but things … Continue reading

Three’s A Charm

Three’s A Charm

The last two posts I’ve shared with you have been about my struggle with people pleasing (Whose behind the Pen…and Why I Blog) and (The Woman Behind the Pen Continued). I believe many of us struggle from people pleasing, therefore, I have decided to share on this topic, one more time, before moving on. None … Continue reading

Words Are Powerful

Words Are Powerful

Words are easily spoken, they fall from our lips with little thought to future consequences, but once articulated they can’t be retrieved. They have the potential to impact social injustice, forthcoming laws, budgets, the start of a war or end to one and ultimately life and death. The tongue can bring death or life; those … Continue reading

Humility

Humility

How do we clothe ourselves in humility? How do we put on humility when we live in a world that applauds rising to the top, winning, and being the best–climbing the ladder to stardom?   “Nothing sets a person so much out of the devil’s reach as humility.” –Jonathan Edwards We begin telling our children almost … Continue reading

If Gathering…What I Learned.

If Gathering…What I Learned.

Welcome…so glad you stopped by. The following post is about the If Gathering Conference…for women, however, if you are a man stopping by I hope you will continue to read–I will be sharing what the Lord revealed to me through this event and believe you too will be blessed. God’s breathe blew into Austin, Texas … Continue reading

Have You Ever Looked Pain In The Eye?

Have You Ever Looked Pain In The Eye?

Have you ever looked pain in the eye? Without a doubt you have–this brokenness that hides, but becomes visible in one’s eyes. Yes, it’s hidden behind bright smiles, infectious laughter, and words of  I’m Great!, Things have been a little hectic, but I’m fine, and I’m going to be okay once things slow down–but things … Continue reading

Five Minute Friday – Reflect

Five Minute Friday – Reflect

Season’s Greetings, my friend! I’m excited you stopped by. I hope you will visit often! I’m hooking up with Five Minute Friday. You write for five minutes, unedited, on one word. Today’s word is Reflect.  As I reflect back on my childhood, I  can’t help but feel sadness for a time vanished–cast away for progress. … Continue reading

Power Of The Tongue

Power Of The Tongue

Words are powerful. Used for good they can bring change to a hurting world. Used without thought or care or with intent to wound, they can leave scars that may last a lifetime. James warns us how untamable is the tongue. But no man can tame the tongue. It is an unruly evil, full of … Continue reading