Book Review | The Heart’s Charge by Karen Witemeyer

Last year, I decided to read At Love’s Command, the first book in Hanger’s Horsemen by Karen Witemeyer for an out of comfort zone read. I wasn’t in love with the book, but it was different and interesting enough that I planned on requesting the second book when it came out. The Heart’s Charge is…

Korean Drama | Youth of May

Youth of May is a twelve episode historical drama set in the 1980’s during the Gwangju Uprising. This drama stars Lee Do Hyun and Go Min Si, who played siblings in Sweet Home. The are couple of the year for me. Their chemistry is phenomenal in this drama. I’m just going to copy/past the synopsis…

John Through Old Testament Eyes by Karen H. Jobes

John Through Old Testament Eyes by Karen H. Jobes is the second book in a really unique and fascinating commentary series by Kregel Academic that is edited by Andrew T. Le Peau. So far, there are only two books in the series, the first one being Mark Through Old Testament Eyes by Andrew T. Le…

Music Monday | EXO Comeback!

Today, EXO had a comeback with Don’t Fight the Feeling, and Lay is back, which makes the album even more special.

The Heritage of Anglican Theology by J. I. Packer

The Heritage of Anglican Theology by J. I. Packer is a book Crossway recently published that is based off some lectures Packer made in the past. There are times it reads more like a lecture than a book, for sure. This book covers a wide range of topics. Everything from the English Reformation, the Puritans,…

Review | 1662 Book of Common Prayer, International Edition

The late J.I. Packer once described the Book of Common Prayer as “The Bible arranged for Worship.” In Gerald Bray’s recently published book Anglicanism: A Reformed Catholic Tradition, he describes the Book of Common Prayer as a devotional pillar of the Church because it’s the principal source of the Anglican church’s doctrine. Everything you need…

Music Monday | May 16-22

Music Monday is a theme where I share new music that caught my interest. Last week, YUQI of (G)I-DLE released a song and it’s been stuck in my head ever since. There were a few other songs that I liked, but this is the best!

Book Review | The Nature of a Lady by Roseanne M. White

Bethany House Publishers has a book review program where a few times a month they send out emails with new and upcoming releases. When the Christian romance novel of the month email comes, I usually decline it. Last year, I made a goal to try to get into Christian romance (I’m traumatized from reading cringy…

Bible Study Review | Growing Slow by Jennifer Dukes Lee

*I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* Growing Slow: A 6-Week Guided Journey to Un-Hurrying Your Heart is a bible study by Jennifer Dukes Lee. This study was created to go along with her book Growing Slow (2021, Zondervan) and free videos. The study can be done without…

Korean Drama | Sweet Home

Over the weekend, I finally watched Sweet Home, and I’m hating myself for not watching it sooner… but I’m also hating myself for watching it lol. I don’t even remember what I was watching when it first came out… I think True Beauty? I think I was too infatuated with Hwang In Yeop to watch…

Book Review | Prayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren

Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work or Watch or Weep is Tish Harrison Warren’s second book. Her first book, Liturgy of the Ordinary is one of my top ten favorite books, and Prayer in the Night was on my most anticipated 2021 releases list! I’m so thankful IVP sent me a free copy…