Have you heard of Lincee Ray? I had too, but had never visited her blog or read her previous book “Why I Hate Green Beans”. Her new Christian Living release from Revell, “It’s a Love Story: From Happily to Ever After” sounded so cute that I decided to give it a try without much knowledge about its author – and I’m glad I did!
“We all love to be loved. And we love to fall in love.” With these words, Lincee invites her readers on an “unabashed celebration of that loving feeling. . . Continue reading →
Jeremy and Audrey Roloff are a couple used to being in the spotlight, due to the television show based on Jeremy’s family (TLC’s “Little People, Big World”), but now they are stepping into a different public role – as authors. “A Love Letter Life: Pursue Creatively, Date Intentionally, Love Faithfully” is set to be published by Zondervan in April of 2019, and is a memoir of sorts detailing the couple’s love story and providing inspiration for writing your own unique love story. Continue reading →
“Made for the Journey” by renowned missionary and author Elisabeth Elliot is the story of this brave woman’s “first year in the jungles of Ecuador”. This memoir recounts in great detail the beginning of Elisabeth’s life on the mission field.
The mission field is not for the faint of heart. That is made abundantly clear in “Made for the Journey”. Incredible challenges, hardships, disappointments, and cultural barriers had to be overcome in order to spread the Gospel to the remote regions of South America, and the stories in this book clearly demonstrate the perseverance required by those who are called to the difficult life of serving on the mission field. Continue reading →
“Deeper Waters: Immersed in the Life-Changing Truth of God’s Word” is the type of book that you will want to keep close by, on your nightstand or in your desk, because you will inevitably want to read and reference it time after time. Written by Denise J. Hughes (author of the “Word Writers” series) and published by Harvest House in 2017, this book offered so much more than I expected. Unquestionably one of the best non-fiction books I’ve read this year, “Deeper Waters” is a resource I cannot recommend highly enough. Continue reading →
Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder and Pamela Smith Hill, Editor
Publishing House/Publication Date: South Dakota State Historical Society Press/2014
Genres: Historical Non-Fiction; Autobiographical;
Number of Pages: 400+
Generations of children over the past three-quarters of a century have grown up reading the Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder. These books have become a symbol of the pioneering spirit of the Ingalls family, but also a hallmark of childhood innocence, imagination, and a window to the past. Now, for the first time, dedicated readers of Laura’s timeless tales can step once again into the world of Little House Continue reading →