A Book Overflowing with Wisdom for the Dry Season

Allison Allen is a Revell author who is noted for her ability to explore themes of purpose, value, and identity in original and unexpected ways. This is exactly what I discovered as I read her newest book, entitled “Thirsty for More: Discovering God’s Unexpected Blessings in a Desert Season”. If you’ve ever felt like you are experiencing a dry season where God feels distant and far away, or if you are currently going through a desert time right now, this is the book for you… Continue reading

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Wisdom and Inspiration to Pray the Scriptures

“Praying God’s Promises: The Life-Changing Power of Praying the Scriptures” by Linda Evans Shepherd is the type of resource that you can return to again and again, obtaining different insight and wisdom from it during varying seasons of life. Published by Revell in the summer of 2018, this little volume is overflowing with Scripture-based prayer-starters, practical applications, inspiring bits of wisdom, and ideas for personal reflection to help readers learn how to pray through the promises that God has given us in His Word. Continue reading

The Title Says it All… “Enough: Silencing the Lies that Steal Your Confidence”

I have only read a couple of Sharon Jaynes’ books, but with each one I always reach the end with a sense of greater knowledge and deeper understanding of God’s Word. I believe this is the result of Sharon truly listening to God’s voice as she writes. Her newest book, “Enough: Silencing the Lies That Steal Your Confidence” is actually a revised edition of an earlier work, but is a first-time read for me. Published by Harvest House, this book helps answer the question I think all women have asked, “What can you do when you feel you’re just not good enough?” Continue reading

A Special Guest Review by My Mom, Tracy

Stronger headerStronger: How Hard Times Reveal God’s Greatest Power by Clayton King is for:

  • Anyone who wants to know Christ
  • Anyone who has given their lives to Christ
  • Anyone who has prayed in the name of Jesus to use them according to His will
  • Anyone who is following Christ with their whole heart and also going through the toughest times of their lives

The author of Stronger, Clayton King, deserves much praise for his honesty and real-to-life words. He pulls no punches and lets you in to see some of his innermost thoughts, feelings, and pain. I personally know how extremely difficult this is to do. Yet Clayton does, and the reader is much better off for it. Continue reading