Fiction Reviews · The Middle Shelf: YA or Adult

{Book Review} The King’s Mercy

Pauling's message never wavered. Present suffering didn't mean the Almighty's purposes were void. He'd the best planned for His children, and that best would include trials. Affliction. But understanding His ways wasn't the path to peace. Peace was always with us, because He is peace.The King's MercyLori Benton About the book... Joanna Carey is the… Continue reading {Book Review} The King’s Mercy

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{Book Review} Growing in Gratitude

No matter what our age, race, culture, language, social status, or life circumstances, all Christians should be known as characteristically grateful people. We, above all humans, have overwhelming cause to be thankful. Mary K. Mohler "Growing in Gratitude" About the book... Do you lack joy in your life as a Christian woman? Do you struggle… Continue reading {Book Review} Growing in Gratitude

Encouragement

Maybe He is the Answer, and He is Enough

It's early morning. My coffee sits in the window sill of my Dad's office, which happens to be my favorite room in the whole house. No one else has woken up yet, and there's a precious stillness around me. I turned on some soft instrumental music and the morning seems calm and quiet. But it… Continue reading Maybe He is the Answer, and He is Enough

Non-Fiction Reviews · Top Shelf

{Book Review} All That’s Good

“Discernment does not change the challenges we face; it changes our ability to face them.” *Hannah Anderson "All That's Good" About the book… All That’s Good is a look at the lost art of discernment and how learning to develop and use this gift from God will enable us to glorify and enjoy Him better,… Continue reading {Book Review} All That’s Good

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{Book Review} Elizabeth Prentiss: More Love to Thee

To love Christ more - this is the deepest need, the constant cry of my soul. Down in the bowling alley, and out in the woods, and on my bed, and out driving, when I am happy and busy, and when I am sad and idle, the whisper keeps going up for more love, more… Continue reading {Book Review} Elizabeth Prentiss: More Love to Thee

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Five Books for Teenage Girls (And All Other Girls, Really)

I haven't ever done one of these before, but there's a first for everything. Today I'm sharing five of my favorite books I would recommend to teenage girls (around ages 13-16). I hope you enjoy, and maybe, find a good book to read... and let's be honest, these books are really good for any girl. Young and… Continue reading Five Books for Teenage Girls (And All Other Girls, Really)

Interviews & Guest Posts

Interview with Ray Rhodes Jr. {The Prince of Preachers, Ordinary Faithfulness, and What We Owe to the Lady Who Gave Away Books}

A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of reviewing the book Susie: The Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon. It was easily one of the best biographies I have read in quite some time. You can read my review for it here. Today, I am honored to have the author, Dr. Ray Rhodes Jr. join me to talk about the book,… Continue reading Interview with Ray Rhodes Jr. {The Prince of Preachers, Ordinary Faithfulness, and What We Owe to the Lady Who Gave Away Books}

Fiction Reviews · The Top Shelf: Children's Books · The Top Shelf: YA or Adult

{Book of the Month} The Lightlings

"It took them a long time, but as they moved, they saw the light shining brighter and brighter."The Lightlings Why you should read this book... For January, and the first of 2019's Book of the Month series, I am so excited to introduce you to The Lightlings by R. C. Sproul. This book is for anyone afraid of the dark. Or...… Continue reading {Book of the Month} The Lightlings