First, yep. Faith & Feminism. Two F words. Second, oh you’re still here! Well then, let’s begin.
I’m a long time RHE fan, I’ll never forget reading Welcome to Monkey Town (renamed Faith Unraveled) nearly 5 years ago after moving to Colorado the first time in 2012. Every book of hers since then has made a lasting impression on my perspective and my faith walk, her personal journey and deep reflective way … More Finished Reading: Inspired- Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again by Rachel Held Evans
This is a tough subject. But one that has been pulling at my attention for a while no matter how many times, I try to ignore it. So, here we go.
I can’t title this post as Finished Reading, because honestly I’m not done and I’m perfectly ok with that. And you will be too. First, this fabulous devotion, Always Enough, Never Too Much, is a great extension of these author’s first book, Wild & Free. Which if you didn’t read that or my review, which you … More Reading: Always Enough, Never Too Much Devotional by Jess Connolly and Hayley Morgan
First of all, I’ve been reading this since the end of February and although a small book it’s packed full of information that I probably didn’t grasp all of. A little back history, Travis and I began attending a Mennonite church when we first arrived in COS in 2012. After moving to California we joined … More Finished Reading: Anabaptist Essentials by Palmer Becker
Now, obviously, I’m not going in order. I’m just choosing what to read next. After making my way through Mark, I decided on John simply because that is the book we are reading through at church this season.
If you haven’t read one of my book reviews before, you should know I take instagram recommendations very VERY seriously. I’ve honestly never read anything about Rachel Hollis or heard about her brand Chic Media before in my life until this book began to blow up my Instagram.
I’ve read my fair share of Francine Rivers books, I had all her books in college and read through them a few times. Her ability to create characters is amazing and one of my favorite things about her books.
I can openly and honestly admit it’s been a while since I’ve read through the gospels. The last time was in 2015 when I read through the whole bible. But I haven’t done a gospel book study in years, nonetheless really studied the book of Mark. My husband’s favorite gospel.
I keep telling myself I will stop reviewing bibles and yet I still manage to pick them. I love the bells and whistles of new bibles. I’ve always wanted a woman’s bible one centered on women and focused on God’s intention on the women from the bible.