A review of Frank Peretti’s book, The Visitation.
Reading Edge of Eternity by Randy Alcorn was a sigh of relief in a world gone mad. A modern day Pilgrim’s Progress, Randy takes us on a fantasy-world journey through a man’s upside down life and pumps us with hope of what is to come. I had many favorite moments with the main character while […]
Choice: It’s a power-loaded word. My heart is heavy. It’s pounding. I’m grieving. And it started with a book. “It’s not their fault. They don’t know what they’re doing.” “But we do. So it’s our fault. And we need to do something.” –The Giver My daughter recently read The Giver by Lois Lowry, and I […]
Over a hundred years ago, before Christian Bookstores made bank on the phrase WWJD in the 90’s, Charles Sheldon wrote a book called “In His Steps,” where a pastor asks his church to pledge to do only what Jesus would do for a year. Apparently this book is a best-seller, but I only heard about […]
A decade after the book rose to popularity, I finally got around to reading Donald Miller’s Blue Like Jazz. What I liked best was the honest candor he expressed through his experiences. He didn’t speak from a platitude. He talked about his life as though we were having a chat on a ski slope chair […]
I’m so excited to share with you a story written by my friend Joseph Rhea. I encourage you to curl up under a blanket with a cup of coffee, savor the tale, and then send it to a friend. That’s what I did! Creativity + The Bible = AWESOME life application! All this story needs […]
I’ve recently read 4 books and am going to review them quickly – giving myself only 4 minutes for each book. You will appreciate this time-limit. Trust me. I could go on and on about each of them. Thankfully, I’m a super fast typer, and I’ll try to fit a bunch in. Ready? Go! Crazy […]