Book Review: Worth Living

Worth Living: How God’s Wild Love for You Makes You Worthy by Mary DeMuth            I would argue that there is a larger percentage of women who feel worthless than worthy of love.  The ability to speak honestly and transparently about it creates a safe haven where walls can come down. Half of the battleContinue reading “Book Review: Worth Living”

Book Review: Water and Weather

Water & Weather: From the Flood to Forecasts By Tom De Rosa and Carolyn Reeves Water and Weather is a concise thematic unit study supporting a biblical perspective. Tom De Rosa, a creationist and experienced science educator, along with Carolyn Reeves, also a science teacher with a doctorate in science education who is currently writingContinue reading “Book Review: Water and Weather”

Book Review: Galápagos Islands

By Dr. Purdom A book for all ages, I found this book to be very pleasing. All the pages were thoroughly yet succinctly written by many special contributors. Great names like John C. Whitmore, Todd Charles Wood, Nathaniel Jeanson and many more used profound expertise to share their information in a way that readers may admire God’s creation.Continue reading “Book Review: Galápagos Islands”

Book Review: This Beautiful Mess: Practicing the Presence of The Kingdom of God

By Rick McKinley There is so much junk in this world! As Pastor and Author Rick McKinley explains his experiences in Portland, Oregon, you are faced with the reality of how horrid sin has overtaken in this world. He strives to direct us to creating heaven on earth but before just programs it is a mindset,Continue reading “Book Review: This Beautiful Mess: Practicing the Presence of The Kingdom of God”

Book Review: Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity

By Colin Gunn and Joaquin Fernandez Including contributors like R.C. Sproul Jr, and Ken Ham was no mistake! This book will make a huge impact on you asking, “As Christians, We must ask ourselves this: What is our standard for determining how to train our children? “The content is heart breaking, frustrating, yet, inspiring and helpful.Continue reading “Book Review: Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity”

Book Review: The 21 toughest questions ..

By Alex McFarland This is going to sound weird but I really like the feel of this book. Literally, I don’t know what kind of paper they used on the cover but it feels great. I am not a big eBook reader. I love the feel of the pages, cover, and a physical book inContinue reading “Book Review: The 21 toughest questions ..”

Book Review: Nearing Home

Nearing Home: Life, Faith, and Finishing Well By Billy Graham I know this book is for those in their later years and though I know we all expect to grow old some of us may not, yet, in preparation of either situation, Nearing Home is a fulfilling read. It not only prepares you for goingContinue reading “Book Review: Nearing Home”

Book Review: Dear Dad

Dear Dad was a vivid account of a young girl’s life in dealing with the memories of her relationship with her father. Sundi Jo, goes through very descriptive stories that bring you right into the room with her as she deals with denial, alcoholism, friendships, sisterhood, and a daughter wanting to be redeemed. At times you willContinue reading “Book Review: Dear Dad”

Book Review: Everything By Mary DeMuth

Not to be categorized as another self-help book, Everything by Mary DeMuth is absolutely engulfing. She touches on three topics: Head- What We Think, Heart-Who We Are, and Hands-How We Live. So simply put, but oh what an in-depth and real account of what is going on with today’s society. Instantly relatable, she deserves her four pagesContinue reading “Book Review: Everything By Mary DeMuth”