Wheels Of Wisdom By Tim And Debbie Bishop

Wheels of Wisdom by Tim & Debbie Bishop is full of common sense, adventure, and yes wisdom. The authors write about the trips they took across the country on bicycles. The book is sectioned into 52 lessons, and they are great for when you don’t have too much time to read. You can read each … Read More

With No Regrets By Julie N. Ford Review

With No Regrets by Julie N. Ford is a really good contemporary romance. It is mostly a clean romance except for one little slip up when a couple of the main characters almost had sex.  Note that they didn’t actually do the deed. I’m glad they didn’t. Both of them needed (and still need) to … Read More

Christ Kitchen: Loving Women Out Of Poverty By Jan Martinez

Christ Kitchen: Loving Women Out Of Poverty by Jan Martinez is about the job training program started by the author in Spokane, WA. It is also a bible study of the Samaritan woman. She compares some of the poor women she meets at the training program to the Samaritan woman. The author says we can … Read More

He Came Today By Michelle Simpson Review

Disclosure: I received a free book to review. He Came Today by Michelle Simpson is an interesting story. It is similar to the Left Behind books by Tim Lahaye in that it is about what happens after the “Rapture”. In this book the story follows one particular family and tells how they deal with what … Read More

Did You Realize That Jesus Was Homeless?

I sort of knew that but until reading Gospel Grit by Randy R. Butler it didn’t really sink in that from the time he started his ministry until his death Jesus was what we modern folks would call a homeless man. He traveled around from town to town and didn’t stay in one place that … Read More

Matt Shea Introduces “Elmo”

“Elmo” is a traditional American story where men unite to save the small town where their families descended. The harsh economic times that plague our nation were now taking their toll in the isolated town of Miner. There was a cavalry though. At the edge of town stood a vintage building that housed “The Men … Read More

Elmo By Matt Shea Review

Elmo is an interesting book. It was hard for me to get into it. It is about a bunch of men in a small town who dress up like a hobo and stand on the corner begging.  They take turns and the money is split between them. The main characters also take care of some … Read More

The Simplified Guide Paul’s Letters To The Churches By David Hazelton Review

The Simplified Guide: Paul’s Letters to the Churches is one of the most helpful books I have read about  the Bible. I would recommend this for anyone who would like to understand Paul’s letters better. Or for people who think they already understand everything Paul said (after all they could be wrong). It is easy … Read More

I am a Woman of God® T-Shirt Review

I loved the idea of these t-shirts from the moment I saw them. The I am a Woman of God® movement aims to use the t-shirts to remind christian women of their value in God. I think that is an excellent purpose. Many women get so busy with working, housekeeping, child-rearing and all the little … Read More

What Is Your Favorite Charity?

What Is Your Favorite Charity?

When I was working on my post for a charity hop giveaway that will be going live tomorrow night (be sure and come back!) I had trouble choosing which charity to use. I actaully support several. I used to donate a little bit of money to a lot of charities but then I read an … Read More

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