NKJV, DELUXE READER’S BIBLE

I recently presented the NKJV Deluxe Bible to my husband for his new study Bible. It has a great single column format that does not make one feel the print is too small or overwhelmed by so much on one page. The quality is amazing and the durability is likened to my new Bible by the same company. I recommend this Bible for anyone no … Continue reading NKJV, DELUXE READER’S BIBLE

Ten Day Belly Slim Down Review

After reading the book, Dr. Petrucci is known for her Hollywood work and if you want to try her plan then I encourage you to do so, just would not work for me so I did not try it out of fear of a recurrence of¬† my Keto debacle¬†The Ten Day Belly Slowdown is a good plan but it is not for me. My life … Continue reading Ten Day Belly Slim Down Review

In All Things: 9 Week Bible Study

For this review, I did the study in less than 9 weeks. This Bible study really allows on to venture further into the book of Phillipians. It works with one to see the journey one can take to finding unshakable joy. This is a great study for an adult or young adult group. The verse readings then the questions allow you to process the verses … Continue reading In All Things: 9 Week Bible Study

Review: Gospel Centered Mom

The book Gospel Centered Mom by Brooke McGlothlin is a great book for all moms. It is relevant at any stage of motherhood. I have two in college and one in fifth grade and I see myself in many chapters of this book. All mothers at some point have questioned their choices, ability, cried, and remembered to lean on God. The thing is that there … Continue reading Review: Gospel Centered Mom

Review: Love Heals

Love Heals is a very interesting read. It is written by Becca Stevens who shares her journey at Thistlewood Farms. The way she discussed the restorative properties of the thistle we see her also working with women who have been addicted to drugs, recovering from abusive relationships, and other unthinkable tragedies. We see her journey to work alongside them and learn from them as much … Continue reading Review: Love Heals

Review: Of Mess And Moxie

When I read For The Love by Jen Hatmaker, I was staying by myself for the first time ever with no husband or kids training for my new job. I was able to spend my evenings after a long hot bath in my hotel room and relax and just enjoy this book. I realized that there is someone out there who gets me, my faults, … Continue reading Review: Of Mess And Moxie

Creating Calm In The Center Of Crazy

Creating Calm In The Center Of Crazy by Nicole Johnson is perfect for us mothers who constantly feel like a kitten chasing our tails but never catching it but then when we do, it is gone in an instant. Todays mothers are overwhelmed, trying to be everything to everyone. We have to reach a point where we are able to realize that we cannot do … Continue reading Creating Calm In The Center Of Crazy

Review: Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris

I have been saving the last few book in the Southern Vampire Series for last. I still long to be a part of Bon Temps and the community of Sups int he world that Charlaine Harris created. I have not watched the True Blood show past season one. I just love the books and knowing i am near the end of Sookie’s adventures, is so … Continue reading Review: Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris

Review: The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

The Roanoke Girls is a dark heartbreaking tale about the girls of the Roanoke family and the secrets that the family keeps. Amy Engel writes this story so well that you are able to be immersed in this tail. The characters are well developed as well as their back stories. You will want to keep reading to see what happens next as you go between … Continue reading Review: The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel

Review: Petals by Laurisa White Reyes

Petals: A Novel is a very good novel about a young girl named Carly whose recovering from her mothers death but is also learning about her fathers Guatemalan culture. I do not want to give away the story but it is worth the read. The characters are well developed and the experience of her visit to Guatemala is written so well we also become culturally … Continue reading Review: Petals by Laurisa White Reyes