Book Review Category

Unashamed: A Book Review

Have you heard of ‘Unashamed’ the recently released title by Christine Caine? I’ve heard Christine Caine speak many many years ago. Her testimony is powerful and simply inspiring. Caine is an Australian activist, evangelist and international speaker. She and her husband Nick are best known for founding The A21 Campaign in 2008, a non-profit, non-governmental organization that combats human […]

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Rest Assured: A Recovery Plan for Weary Souls: A Book Review

Rest. We all need it right? But sadly rest seems to be undervalued in our culture today. I’ve written about this subject before, and when the book ‘Rest Assured’ came across my path, I knew that it was a must read. Rest Assured is written by Vicki Courtney, a speaker to women of all ages […]

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Hands Free Life: A Book Review

“If I Live to Be 100 If I live to be 100, it won’t be because I tidied up the house before I left each day. It will be because of the glorious mess I made while I was living life.” A year or so ago I reviewed Rachel Macy Stafford’s first book ‘Hands Free […]

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Praying Upside Down: A Book Review

If like me, you are someone that often gets distracted during prayer, then Praying Upside Down by Kelly O’Dell Stanley is sure to turn your prayer life upside down, in a positive way! This book discusses how prayer is an art form, and it offers many creative strategies for kick starting and maintaining one’s prayer […]

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The time Mom met Hitler, Frost came to dinner, and I heard the Greatest Story ever told: A Book Review

If history and literature floats your boat, then be sure not to miss this memoir ‘The Time Mom met Hitler, Frost came to dinner and I heard the Greatest Story ever told’ by Dekkon Eberhart. The author is of course the son of the Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Richard Eberhart, who was raised surrounded by literary legends. […]

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Raising Grateful Kids In An Entitled World by Kristen Welch: A Book Review

‘We are THAT family’. It’s a blog that caught my eye about a year ago and since then I’ve enjoyed reading blogger Kristen Welch’s real accounts of the ups and downs of family life. Because we are THAT family too. You know, the ones that lose library books and have hairbrush, sock and pyjama monsters […]

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‘For the Love: Fighting for Grace In A World of Impossible Standards’: A Book Review

If you want a book that will make you laugh and think, Jen Hatmaker’s latest book ‘For the Love: Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards’ is just that book. And this book is also for anyone who has ever struggled with feeling like they don’t measure up. Wait….isn’t that most of us? […]

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‘The Plain Choice’ : A Book Review

You know the sort of book that you can’t put down and instead end up reading til the early hours of the morning, only to be tired the next day? Well ‘The Plain Choice: A True Story of Choosing to Live An Amish Life’ by Amish foodie and cookbook writer Sherry Gore was just one […]

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The Argument-Free Marriage: A Book Review

  ‘The Argument-Free Marriage: 28 Days to Creating the Marriage You’ve Always Wanted with the Spouse You Already Have.’ This title recently caught my attention. But wait…..is an argument-free marriage even possible? Fawn Weaver, the best-selling author, award-winning marriage blogger and founder of the ‘Happy Wives Club’ certainly thinks so. In ‘An Argument-Free Marriage’, she […]

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A Book Review: ‘Be the Best Mom You Can Be: A Guide to Raising Whole Children in a Broken Generation’

“If you are like most moms (including me!) you probably feel stress and insecurity facing the challenges of being a mom in the twenty-first century.”~from the book “Be the Best Mom You Can Be: A Practical Guide to Raising Whole Children in a Broken Generation” There are many, many parenting books available today. So many, […]

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