Book & Product Reviews

Book & Product Reviews, Faith, Giveaway

Talking To Jesus: A Fresh Perspective On Prayer

Giving thanks to God for His acts of love in this woman’s life made Luke 7 into a testimony, not just a story. Even thinking about it now, I’m brought to tears and I want to dance at the same time. Her son was dead and Jesus brought him back to life! 

I recently read a book that sparked this same sense of biblical reality. In Talking To Jesus, Jeannie Blackmer flips the script on Bible stories.

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A Wife's Secret to Happiness, Book & Product Reviews, Guest Posts

Walk in the Blessings of a Godly Marriage

“Wives, submit to your own husbands as to the Lord,” (Ephesians 5:22). Wait, don’t click away! This is a beautiful invitation from God, not the horrible demand some women fear it to be. You’ll feel better after you read God’s charge to husbands a few short verses later: “Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave Himself for her,” (Ephesians 5:25).

Wives submit; husbands love. It’s a lovely dance of marriage done right. Yet often this God-ordained union looks anything but lovely.

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Book & Product Reviews, Giveaway

Journal the Word Bible Giveaway

One of the most well-loved blog posts I’ve ever written is about reading the Bible. More specifically, How to Read the Bible, and Actually Understand It. I love all the questions and feedback I receive each week on how to increase your study of Scripture, so I jumped at the chance to review and giveaway some amazing journaling bibles from Thomas Nelson.

Which one you ask? The NKJV Journal the Word™ Bible.

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Book & Product Reviews, Faith

A Mary Like Me: Flawed Yet Called

“Comparison paralyzes, but camaraderie found in our less-than-perfect hearts inspires. Discover camaraderie in the imperfection of the Marys.” – Andy Lee, A Mary Like Me

Andy and I met online some years ago, a chance passing on a blog link-up, I believe through either The Timewarp Wife, or Lisa Jo Baker. We started frequenting each other’s blogs and sharing comments, but I’ll never forget our first real-life meeting.

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