It is a big task to put all the things I love about Dr. Kevin Leman’s book, Sheet Music: Uncovering the Secrets of Sexual Intimacy in Marriage, in a short book review. That’s right, I love a book about sex.
Less than 40 pages, The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness might be New York Times best-selling author Timothy Keller’s smallest book, but it is packed full of truth both challenging and encouraging.
Mother-daughter authors Jackie Green and Lauren Green McAfee don’t just know about legacy, they are actively creating one that will outlive them!
Trying out a book like Jen Wilkin’s None Like Him: 10 Ways God is Different From Us (and why that’s a good thing) was a first time experience for me. I had never read a book solely focused on God’s...
So often, as single women, we get caught up in the fantasies of a wedding. We dream of a long white wedding gown hung from the top of our closet door...
I’ve always enjoyed a good book yet several years ago I found myself rarely reading. The obvious reason was the pace of life; raising and homeschooling three children kept me busy from the time my feet hit the floor until I landed back in bed at the end of the day. Or did it?
I love sipping a hot beverage in a mug. Anytime of day. Anytime of year. But, I do tend to be picky about what I drink and sometimes I have to drink what I'm offered.
In this their first book together, Rachel Myers and Amanda Bible Williams (authors and ministry partners behind the rapidly expanding She Reads Truth ministry), use the analogy of coffee mugs to represent our present circumstances - a new job, financial strain, singleness, miscarriages and so on. When we look into our cups, Raechel explains, we can easily become “unaware of how temporary our circumstances are. They feel permanent to us. We may not be alone in our burdens, but we feel them pressing down on us just the same.”