Beth Moore is one of my favorite non-fiction authors, so I was curious to read her first published fiction work. I'm not a huge fiction reader as you can tell from my book reviews, but after Write 31 Days I was ready for a something a little different. The Undoing of Saint Silvanus is the [...]
Annie F. Downs is by far one of my favorite authors and podcasters. I've been lucky enough to hear her speak in person and have been heavily impacted by her writing. You man think this makes my review a biased one, and it might. But it's still worth noting that what draws me most to [...]
With all that noise it might be easy to lose your voice, but Chrystal leads by example the encouragement that she offers.
Whisper How to Hear the Voice of God is Mark Batterson's most recently written book. Batterson is the author of several books including the bestseller, The Circle Maker. Batterson begins by explaining God chooses to for his most important words to be whispered. Our world is growing nosier by the minute. When comparing all relationships, [...]
As our oldest entered Middle School last year I found myself thinking back on my youth group days frequently. I loved my time in time with my high school youth group. We traveled out of the country together and shared deep secrets, well as deep as high schoolers can go. The more I remembered my [...]
Unseen: The Gift of Being Hidden in a World That Love To Be Noticed is Sara Hagerty's second book. Her first project, Everything Bitter is Sweet has been at the top of the list of books I suggest to friends since I sat down and read it from cover to cover in one day. It is the [...]
In this first book from Shauna Shanks, she invites us into the most heartbreaking event of her life. In 2013 her husband asked her for a divorce and had an affair. She transparently presents her journey from lukewarm Christian, mom, and wife who defined herself as "comfortable in her box" to a woman deeply in love [...]