The Easter Fix by Steph Williams

Is it too soon to talk about Easter? I say no, because today, I’m talking about another book that focuses on, you guessed it, Easter. Forget about Peeps or that shredded stuff you put in the bottom of your Easter baskets, or the Easter chocolate I could eat anytime. We’re getting down to the storyContinue reading “The Easter Fix by Steph Williams”

The Garden, the Curtain, and the Cross

The Garden, the Curtain, and the Cross is a new book for toddlers that explains the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The one I’m reviewing today is a “board book” – remember those when you were a kid? They don’t have the cover that a hardback does, and the pages are thick… like a board! TheContinue reading “The Garden, the Curtain, and the Cross”

In Search of Wisdom

What’s the most valuable thing you can possess but cannot buy? Wisdom. In this new book, Joyce Meyer takes us on a journey In Search of Wisdom. In Search of Wisdom explores all 31 chapters of the Biblical book of Proverbs. The way the book was structured surprised me in its simplicity, because the authorContinue reading “In Search of Wisdom”

Live with Intention

Ever think about how you’re living your life? Ever think about what really matters? Mary Anne Radmacher wants us to Live with Intention. This is not your typical self-help book. While it does have a table of contents that would, at first glance, lay out a plan for how to live on purpose with yourContinue reading “Live with Intention”

New Book- The Nations Rage

How do world governments react to Christianity? How do world leaders react when their systems are threatened by Christians? How would businesses react to a massive amount of people deciding they suddenly want to become Christians, changing how they spend their money? Would these governments have a reaction? Would these world leaders react? Would theseContinue reading “New Book- The Nations Rage”

Day 9 at Camp Read Aloud

Welcome back to Camp Read Aloud! We have another fun day ahead of us. If you haven’t been able to join us before, every day at Camp Read Aloud, we have a craft, a book, and an activity. Here’s what’s going on today. Today’s Craft Is: We’re going to make a Paper Hot Air Balloon.Continue reading “Day 9 at Camp Read Aloud”

One Night Two Souls Went Walking

Working the night shift, a chaplain walks the line between what is human and what is holy. What is sacred and what is ordinary? What is of this world and what is supernatural? One Night Two Souls Went Walking explores the world of a hospital chaplain and how she has connected with those she shepherdsContinue reading “One Night Two Souls Went Walking”

Day 5 at Camp Read Aloud

It’s Friday, and we have lots of fun planned at Camp Read Aloud. We’ve had a lot of fun this week. What was your favorite thing so far? Maybe it was making friendship bracelets, or maybe it was enjoying the story of Clark the Shark. Today will be just as fun! Here’s our schedule forContinue reading “Day 5 at Camp Read Aloud”

The ABCs of Diversity

Carolyn B. Helsel teaches preaching at a college. Y. Joy Harris-Smith teaches special education. These educators, who are also parents, have collaborated to create this book, The ABCs of Diversity Helping Kids (and Ourselves!) Embrace Our Differences. Before reading this book, I wondered if it would be similar to a college textbook that is intendedContinue reading “The ABCs of Diversity”

Praying for America

Does America need prayer? Many Christians would agree. Dr. Robert Jeffress, pastor of a megachurch in Dallas, Texas, has turned his answer to this question into Praying for America 40 Inspiring Stories and Prayers for Our Nation. Each story concludes with a prayer of how to ask God to intervene in America’s problems. Jeffress advocatesContinue reading “Praying for America”

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