Inspired by Rachel Held Evans

Y’all, this book. I have been in what a call a Faith-hole. Like a show-hole but my faith was shook to the core with a hard loss and complicated grief. I seemed to be in a place that wasn’t good and was looking for something to help me reignite my fire for My faith, trust, and help me see I’m not alone in my tiredness … Continue reading Inspired by Rachel Held Evans

Girl Wash Your Face Review

This book is a fantastic journey with Rachel Hollis. Her writing makes you feel she is at the dinner table with you chatting up the day. She is able to take her experiences to allow for you to see how she used her family, faith, and ambition to become the woman she is today. There are times I laughed and cried. She is relate-able to … Continue reading Girl Wash Your Face Review

Uninvited Review

Uninvited by Lysa Terkeurst is a read like none other. It took me two months to finish because some pages brought me to tears, self-reflection, and opened up broken parts I did not even know I needed filled. I feel we do not really think about all times we feel rejected, lost, unloved, or uninvited being marks on our heart. We must remember that God … Continue reading Uninvited Review

Jesus Calling Coloring Book Review

The coloring and hand lettering of scripture is the perfect practice of positive affirmations for those who need a reminder of their faith, love, and to destress. The designs are beautiful and I can imagine so many possible color combinations. I cannot wait to use it for stress management in my classroom. I have the Jesus Calling devotionals so this was a natural choice for … Continue reading Jesus Calling Coloring Book Review

Sacred Rest Review

Sacred Rest by Cheryl Wunderlich is the perfect read for us overwhelmed wives, mothers, daughters, and woman in general. No matter where you are in your spiritual life this book is perfect for you. The verses, Biblical perspective, and study allows us to know that we can do our duties to our family and work without overwhelming ourselves. We can still focus on God and … Continue reading Sacred Rest 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

Mending Of A Broken Heart Book Review

Over the past two years, I have been on a journey of complicated grief. It has been so hard to overcome the hurt, loss, and disappointment. I was so angry at God for not answering my prayers. But then I had to accept, it was all Gods plan all along and I must find peace. Dr. Castleton uses Biblical teachings, verses, and ways to express … Continue reading Mending Of A Broken Heart Book Review

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

Forgotten God: Book Review

Forgotten God takes us on a journey of exploring how we often times loose our focus when it comes to the Holy Spirit. We may lack in our prayer life or just all together forget to give it to God. I enjoyed the biographies through out and loved how at the end we were encouraged to think about what our own biography would be. It … Continue reading Forgotten God: Book Review