An Exciting Resource for Christian Entrepreneurs – Guest Review by Hayley

A new addition to the non-fiction market has been released through Baker publishing, and is entitled “Called to Create: A Biblical Invitation to Create, Innovate, and Risk” by Jordan Raynor.  It is written especially for Christian entrepreneurs who want their work to feel more like a calling and less like a job.   Continue reading

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Fascinating Historical Description

the-artisans-wife-imageI don’t usually recommend picking up a book located in the middle or at the end of a series without having read the earlier stories, but I recently did exactly that… “The Artisan’s Wife” was written by Judith Miller and published by Bethany House in 2016, as the third and final installment in the “Refined by Love” series. Although numerous references were made to the earlier stories (because each book is about a different member of the same family) “The Artisan’s Wife” still stood strong all on its own, and gave just enough explanation to make the recurring characters understandable without re-telling their entire stories! Continue reading

Not What I was Expecting

Success on Your Own Terms imageSuccess On Your Own Terms by James B. Rosseau, Sr. promises to teach readers how to ‘Fire Up Your Passion, Ignite Your Career, and Create an Amazing Life’. By detailing the journey of the author from his beginnings in an under-privileged and under-represented group, to becoming a leading executive in two Fortune 100 companies, this book certainly stands by its promise. Using 6 key strategies to serve as the foundation of his message, Continue reading