I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Not Forsaken: A Story of Life After Abuse: How Faith Brought One Woman From Victim to Survivor is about the author Jennifer Greenberg. Growing up, she was abused by her church-going father, yet she never lost faith. In one part, she … Continue reading Not Forsaken by Jennifer Michelle Greenberg
I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Breaking the Marriage Idol: Reconstructing Our Cultural and Spiritual Norms was written by Kutter Callaway. In his book, Callaway (a married father) says how marriage should not be the norm, or determine what it means to be a faithful disciple of … Continue reading Breaking the Marriage Idol by Kutter Callaway
I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. He Numbered the Pores on My Face: Hottie Lists, Clogged Pores, Eating Disorders, and Freedom from It All was written by Scarlet Hiltibidal. Earlier on in the year, I read Scarlet's first book Afraid of All the Things and loved it so much, I … Continue reading He Numbered the Pores on My Face by Scarlet Hiltibidal
I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The Whole Armor of God: How Christ's Victory Strengthens Us for Spiritual Warfare was written by Iain M. Duguid (PhD, University of Cambridge). Dugid is professor of Old Testament and dean of online learning at Westminster Theological Seminary and the pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church … Continue reading The Whole Armor of God by Iain M. Duguid
The world tells single women that they most need to find a guy, at least for a night. The church often seems to suggest they most need a husband. Is it really possible to be a single Christian woman and be satisfied?
Sipping Saltwater: How to Find Lasting Satisfaction in a World of Thirst by Steven Hoppe is a convicting yet down to earth little book full of hope and encouragement. In his book, Hoppe uses saltwater as metaphor for the idolatries of the human heart. We all have idols, even if we don't realize it. Then … Continue reading Sipping Saltwater by Steven Hoppe
Cole Randolph, searching for friends kidnapped on Halloween, is trapped in the kingdom of Elloweer, a world between wakefulness and dreaming.
Echoes of Exodus by Bryan D. Estelle (PhD, Catholic University of America, professor of Old Testament at Westminster Seminary California) traces the Exodus motif throughout the Hebrew scriptures and New Testament. The intro starts off saying how the Exodus motif has all the aspects of God's work in salvation through Christ. It's about the redemption of … Continue reading Echoes of Exodus by Bryan D. Estelle
Maybe I Can Love My Neighbor Too was written by Jennifer Grant and illustrated by Benjamin Schipper. Jennifer Grant is the author of six books and a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, INK: A Creative Collective, and The Author's Guild. . Her book Maybe God Is Like that Too won a Moonbeam … Continue reading Children’s Book Review | Maybe I Can Love My Neighbor Too
Gritty and Graceful: 15 Inspiring Women of the Bible was written by Caryn Rivadeneira, and illustrated by Sonya Abby Soekarno. Caryn Rivadeneira is the author of eleven books, and a member of INK: A Creative Collective and the Society of Children's Books and Illustrators. Sonya Abby Soekarno is an illustrator and visual development artist from Indonesia, … Continue reading Children’s Book Review | Gritty and Graceful