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BOOK REVIEW: Indescribable for Little Ones

BOOK REVIEW: Indescribable for Little Ones

Indescribable: For Little Ones By Louie Giglio with Tama Fortner   There’s been a lot of science talk on the news in recent years. Whether it be scientific claims, the overuse and deception of scientism (which is rooted in opinion, bias or political agenda rather...

BOOK REVIEW: Why Social Justice is NOT Biblical Justice

BOOK REVIEW: Why Social Justice is NOT Biblical Justice

Why Social Justice is NOT Biblical Justice: An Urgent Appeal to Fellow Christians in a Time of Social Crisis By Scott David Allen We’re living in a time where things, ideas, concepts and movements sound or look good. They’re presented in an appealing, accepting,...

BOOK REVIEW: Mama Bear Apologetics

BOOK REVIEW: Mama Bear Apologetics

Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies By Hillary Morgan Ferrer with Julie Loos, Hillary Short, Teasi Cannon, Rebekah Valerius, Cathryn Buse, and Alisa Childers   When I lived in the Dallas-Fort Worth area years ago and was a...

Best of Times, Worst of Times

Best of Times, Worst of Times

What a great time to be a Christian! Wait…what?! Yeah. It is a fan-flipping-tastic time to be a follower of the Way, the Truth and the Life (John 14:6). You don’t think so? Okay, I can see where you may feel discouraged, anxious, or fearful right now. We’re...

BOOK REVIEW: Make Their Day

BOOK REVIEW: Make Their Day

Make Their Day: 101 Simple, Powerful Ways to Love Others Well By Karen Ehman   2020 was a year of a lot of hate and negativity but not much love, positivity or action. If you’re looking to break that mold by shining some light, sharing some love, and sprinkling...

BOOK REVIEW – Goliath Must Fall (for young readers)

BOOK REVIEW – Goliath Must Fall (for young readers)

Goliath Must Fall: Winning the Battle Against Your Giants, For Young Readers By Louie Giglio   It used to be said, “kids today have it so much easier….” than kids of the past. As a parent of five children who grew up in the ‘80s and ‘90s, I wouldn’t say that is...

Seeking Obedience

Seeking Obedience

Saying “yes” to God without knowing His agenda or examining His itinerary exhibits true trust and obedience. That little word, “yes,” can lead to big opportunities and beautiful blessings, but it doesn’t save you from experiencing trials and tribulation, lingering...

BOOK REVIEW: The In-Between Place

BOOK REVIEW: The In-Between Place

The In-Between Place: Where Jesus Changes Your Story By Kat Armstrong   2020 came in like a wrecking-ball and while it shook up life as we knew it, it also uncovered hidden treasure. One of those treasures was the gift of pause and the opportunity to slow down,...

2020 Book Recap

2020 Book Recap

Back by popular demand, I’m recapping all of the books I’ve read and devotionals/bible studies I’ve completed in 2020!* As a lifelong bookworm and aspiring writer, it never ceases to amaze me how incredibly AWESOME it is to have the opportunity to work with various...

My Year of Seeking Boldness

My Year of Seeking Boldness

Wow. I can’t believe we made it…to the end of 2020. 2020 was deemed my year to seek boldness. I had no idea what that meant a year ago, but I trusted God would lead the way. And He did…in true God-fashion. What I thought would be a year of bold opportunities ended up...

By Faith, Not By Sight

By Faith, Not By Sight

“That’s why we’re always full of courage. Even while we’re at home in the body, we’re homesick to be with the Master— for we live by faith, not by what we see with our eyes. We live with a joyful confidence, yet at the same time we take delight in the thought of...

BOOK REVIEW: Start Where You Are

BOOK REVIEW: Start Where You Are

Start Where You Are: How God Meets You in Your Mess, Loves You Through It, and Leads You Out of It By Rashawn Copeland   “You have run down every road And you've lost your way back home (your way back home) And you feel so dirty you know you're unworthy Feeling...