I’m pretty sure I’m the last person in the world that needs another bible. Between putting a husband through seminary and practically owning every version out there, the last thing I need to request for review is ANOTHER bible, in a version I already own.
I awkwardly picked this one out to read if I’m going to be honest. I’m hesitant with theological books for a few reasons, 9 times out of 10 they are over my head. I’m a smart girl but theology, philosophy, etc aren’t my wheelhouse and I admit that. But I also don’t want to simply … More Finished Reading: Sinners in the hands of a Loving God by Brian Zahnd
Many moons ago, when I’d just moved to Modesto I was meeting with my friend Stacie (still new friends) and she mentioned she’d seen this book Make it Happen like ALL. OVER. SOCIAL MEDIA. I saw it was available from Book Look Bloggers and snatched a copy for review. That book was the beginning of … More Finished Reading: Cultivate by Lara Casey
I’m ran the slides at our Peace Week (our church’s version of Vacation Bible School) and it’s amazing how although these events are geared towards the kids, I personally get so much out of them.
I’m a huge an of bible journaling and using art to praise & worship God. I received my first journaling bible, years ago before it was ‘cool’ and loved the concept & overall execution of The Beautiful Word Bible from Zondervan, from last year. I’ve since added The Beautiful Word Devotional to my morning routine … More Book Review: The Beautiful Words Coloring Book
Esther is one of my favorite books of the Bible. It’s in my top 3 Old Testament books if I’m going to be completely honest. This compact and concise bible study has almost everything you need.
I love short stories, maybe it’s because of my short attention span but I love how people are able to tell a well developed story, truth or made up in a concise way. I also love traveling. And I love a good adventure with some deep perspective.
In some ways the title of this blog post is a bit misleading, since this is a prayer journal there isn’t actually that much to read but I did read, pray and color through a weeks worth of the prompts.
We all have that one person in our lives, maybe it’s our mom, grandma, or even a devoted friend that you can always count on being in the kitchen, who thrives in sharing her gifts of cooking and hosting with her family and friends. When we lived in Colorado I was always baking bread, there … More Finished Reading: Devotions from the Kitchen Table
I admit I totally have a type; memoir, self help is totally my thing. A peek at my book shelf would confirm this. I also admit to being a bit reluctant to grab this one off the shelf.