Category Archives: Book Reviews

The Money Saving Mom’s Budget

I first got to know Crystal Paine before she was married. She was the moderator of a message board for christian young ladies. It was because of that message board where the girls discussed many different facets of biblical womanhood … Continue reading

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Created to be His Help Meet

I honestly didn’t expect much from Created to be His Help Meet by Debi Pearl. Whenever I’ve read parts of their magazine, I typically come away slightly irritated. The Pearls just seem to have a polarizing effect on people…either you love … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unplanned

When I read that Unplanned by Abby Johnson was “the dramatic true story of a former Planned Parenthood leader’s eye-opening journey across the life line,” I knew it was a book I wanted to read. And it definitely did not … Continue reading

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Encouragement Center

My Heart’s at Home by Jill Savage was an inspiriational and convicting book. The whole book is just delightful and there are so many habits I want to adopt after reading her book. However, the one chapter that truly resonated … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Year of Living Biblically

The mere title of this book, A Year of Living Biblically, intrigued me. I first heard of this book a while back when I saw a copy of the book at our local Borders. I discovered our library system had … Continue reading

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Book Review: Kingdom’s Dawn…and Giveaway *CLOSED*

Last month I read Kingdom’s Dawn by Chuck Black. This is a YA fiction that I would whole-heartedly recommend to everyone. Chuck Black has written two series…both of which are very clear biblical allegories. In a sense, Chuck Black is … Continue reading

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Choosing to SEE

Last November, I read Mary Beth Chapman’s book, Choosing to SEE. As a general recommendation, this book is definitely worth reading. God has led the Chapmans down the horribly difficult path of losing a young daughter through a tragic accident. … Continue reading

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