Blurb: Grace is a gift God gives freely, but should our response to God’s grace end when we accept Jesus as Lord and Savior? Is there more? Letting God’s Word Speak is a collection of topics built on solid scriptural references through which we can deepen our relationship with the triune God. The philosophy “know... Continue Reading →
Blurb: Andrew Golden and his wife Crystal just wanted to build a normal family. God had other plans. After a series of failed pregnancies and devastating miscarriages, and being told she could never have a child, a miracle happened. That miracle’s name was Malachi. Malachi was born with severe Congenital Heart Defects. Without the parents'... Continue Reading →
In honor of National Pet Memorial Day, tomorrow on September 12, we would like to post about some of our favorite reads in honor of beloved pets who are no longer with us. Stacy's Choice: A World Without Color: A True Story of the Last Three Days With My Cat By Bernard Jan One story.... Continue Reading →
My Review: **** stars A painful, moving memoir about a family after the death of a son on a family vacation. Unique in the way it is told on the journey through the grief process. Even though very sad, I enjoyed the book for the rawness and honesty shared. Primarily told from the viewpoint of... Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Tracee, our latest winner! She won a copy of Run, Rabbit, Run! We hope you enjoy your book Tracee as much as we did!
Two picks for the Alphabet Challenge letter "D" this week-- My review: **** stars A Day No Pigs Would Die is a book about a Shaker boy, Robert Peck, growing up in Vermont in a poor family. He skips school, and while playing hookie, comes upon a neighbor's cow in the woods who is struggling... Continue Reading →
Blurb: This is Barbara's story, a story of growing up in a dysfunctional home, later, promiscuity, divorce, grief and ultimately, extreme mental illness. It encompasses her struggle to overcome bipolar tendencies, irrational fears, deep depression and anxious thoughts which had led to countless hospital stays, where prominent psychiatrists had given up in their treatment. After Barbara's... Continue Reading →