Good morning, and welcome to His Encouragement Thursday! I don’t know about you, but Thursdays are my struggle day of the week. By Thursday, I have already been working hard at school and at home, and I just wish it would hurry up and be Friday already. LOL! I definitely need a little extra Jesus time … Continue reading His Encouragement #70
Let's Begin Again (2019) by Heather B. Moore is the seventh book in her Pine Valley series. This book comes in all forms including eBook, and is 230 pages in length. With a full-time job and a busy six-year old at home, this book took me two days to read. I received a copy of this novel … Continue reading Let’s Begin Again (2019)
About the Book The Old Testament book of Daniel comes to life in this novel for readers of Lynn Austin's Chronicles of the Kings series or Francine Rivers' Mark of the Lion series. Survival. A Hebrew girl first tasted it when she escaped death nearly seventy years ago as the Babylonians ransacked Jerusalem and took … Continue reading Of Fire and Lions (2019) — Release Day + Review
Welcome to Memorable Monday! The purpose of Memorable Monday is to showcase an influential book read in the past that still sticks with you today. This fun Monday morning post is hosted by the lovely Becca at The Becca Files. This week, I am featuring: Isaiah's Daughter (Prophets and Kings #1) by: Mesu Andrews Amazon Mesu Andrews is one … Continue reading Memorable Monday #29 + Giveaway
This is a FANTASTIC post I highly recommend reading. Let us not have spork faith!!!
Please keep me from being the spork of the Christian world–trying to be things I clearly am not–having a faith which rises up only a percentage of the time–but, most of the time, collapses, snaps, and can’t even pick up a mouthful of potato salad. God, forgive me when I’m ok with a plastic faith, happy in all its mass produced, synthetic glory. Lord, I don’t wanna be a spork!
I want my faith to be real.
And faith which is real, is faith which is honest— about the painful or embarrassing places, about the ugly which make us cold, which drifts us from the heart of God– the places which could easily turn us into willing participants in our own destruction.
While Jeremiah had no context for a spork, he was instructed by God to point out to Israel what might lead them away to…
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About the Book Book: The Deceived Author: Kelly Harrel Genre: Christian Contemporary/ young adult Release Date: January, 2019 My dream is to be a screenplay writer. When my characters come alive, so do I. Writing is like air to me; take that away and I’ll suffocate. My dad’s dream is for me to play professional baseball. I hate … Continue reading The Deceived (2019) — A Celebrate Lit Tour: A Guest Post, My Thoughts, and a Giveaway
The Deceived (Once Lost #1) by: Kelly Harrel About the Book A Letter from Danny Morton "The hardest part of being the youngest child is the impossibility of being your own person." The Deceived is a young adult novel that follows Danny Morton through his tumultuous first two years of high school. Man, does he … Continue reading First-Line Friday #77