Category: Book Review

Practical Insights for Everyday Christian Living

by Joyce Meyer GALATIANS & COLOSSIANS I always tread carefully when I read Bible studies. Personal biases and interpretations inevitably abound. Also, there are often times a stigma is attached to a writer or speaker based on their “branch of Christianity”. If God has… Continue Reading “Practical Insights for Everyday Christian Living”

An Uncommon Woman

by Laura Frantz You know when you have your favorite dessert…like one you get maybe once or twice in a lifetime? Think about how you savor every last morsel — slowly taking bite after bite and stopping in between to enjoy all the layers… Continue Reading “An Uncommon Woman”

Stories Behind the Songs & Hymns about Heaven

by Ace Collins I have to admit, I have a bit of a soft spot for this song. Piano sounds pouring through our home as my mother played this song anytime she needed to sit and be alone for a few moments. With our… Continue Reading “Stories Behind the Songs & Hymns about Heaven”

A Tender Hope

by Amanda Cabot It’s been a while since I’ve been able to really read a book and I sure have missed it! Amanda Cabot has brought me back. Although it took me a while (due to my health, NOT my interest level), I was happy… Continue Reading “A Tender Hope”

The Ranger Way

by Kris Paronto Of course you have heard about what happened in Benghazi and I’m sure you probably saw the movie 13 Hours too. (If not, it’s free on Amazon Prime right now!) For most of us, it is one of the biggest scandals… Continue Reading “The Ranger Way”

Hearts Entwined: The Love Knot

by Karen Witemeyer Ok, so this whole book isn’t officially by Karen Witemeyer, but this review is specific to The Love Knot. Just to specify, the other authors that contributed are absolutely recommended by me as well. ❤ Karen is one of the ladies… Continue Reading “Hearts Entwined: The Love Knot”

Holding the Fort

by Regina Jennings How can you go wrong with a story idea like this?? – A hard-working, widower soldier that needs help with his two wild daughters. – A former dance-hall singer posing as a mennonite teacher hired to teach said daughters. I mean,… Continue Reading “Holding the Fort”

For Love or Honor

by Sarah M. Eden Seriously, how many times can I say how much I adore Sarah M. Eden? Simply put: I haven’t read a bad one by her yet! This time, we get a bit of Regency PTSD. This is long before there was… Continue Reading “For Love or Honor”

Know the Word – KJV Study Bible

Let me start by saying that I do not typically use the KJV in my daily life. However, I absolutely love having this on hand for all of my historical writing. And, let’s just get one thing straight – any version that says Charity… Continue Reading “Know the Word – KJV Study Bible”

A Dangerous Legacy

by Elizabeth Camden One thing that you can always know you’ll get when you pick up an Elizabeth Camden novel is history. I’m not talking about a time period, necessarily, but a lifestyle. You will learn so much about the era she chooses to… Continue Reading “A Dangerous Legacy”