The Pastor’s Wife: Strengthened by Grace for a Life of Love by Gloria Furman is a scripture-rich book filled with inspiration for ministry wives in all areas. Being married to a man in ministry is a difficult position with various challenges and constant opposition that can lead to discouragement. However, we must not allow thoseContinue reading “BOTW: The Pastor’s Wife by Gloria Furman”
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BOTW: The Element of Love by Mary Connealy
In the year 1872 near northern California, you’ll find the three affluent yet sheltered daughters of Margaret Stiles Beaumont running away. The new Mrs. Beaumont has decided to help her girls flee from their abusive stepfather and his plans to marry them off to his horrible friends. Each young woman is truly talented and intelligentContinue reading “BOTW: The Element of Love by Mary Connealy”
BOTW: All That It Takes by Nicole Deese
All That It Takes by Nicole Deese shares the story of Val Locklier, a meticulous, cautious, planner that weighs every option before moving forward. If life went according to plan, hers would be perfect but then this book wouldn’t be interesting. Thankfully, life and this novel are full of interesting twists, turns, and unexpected plotContinue reading “BOTW: All That It Takes by Nicole Deese”
BOTW: To Disguise the Truth by Jen Turano
Wonder immediately begins within the first moments of reading To Disguise the Truth by Jen Turano as a man desiring services with the Bleecker Street Inquiry Agency, about a missing heiress. Local mining industrialist Arthur Livingston is working on seeking justice for his murdered friend. However, Bleecker Street Inquiry Agency refuses the case. Eunice Holbrooke realizesContinue reading “BOTW: To Disguise the Truth by Jen Turano”
BOTW: Shadows of Swanford Abbey by Julie Klassen
Shadows of Swanford Abbey by Julie Klassen is the perfect match of mystery and romance that will keep you on your toes. This story is set in England in 1820 and the author pays homage to that era with every word. Rebecca Lane is introduced as she returns to her home village and subsequently agrees toContinue reading “BOTW: Shadows of Swanford Abbey by Julie Klassen”
BOTW: After She Falls by Carmen Schober
After She Falls by Carmen Schober presents a thorough, relatable, and exciting story of Adri Rivera and Max Lyons. Before my review, I must note that this book does contain descriptions of physical abuse and mixed martial arts matches. Each occurrence does help the character’s story flow and provide clarity to their current situation, copingContinue reading “BOTW: After She Falls by Carmen Schober”
BOTW: The Lines Between Us by Amy Lynn Green
The Lines Between Us by Amy Lynn Green takes the reader back to WWII as we follow Gordon Cooper and his best friend, Jack Armitage. Rather than enlisting, both men hold their position as conscientious objectors then volunteer as smokejumpers to extinguish wildfires in Oregon. We also watch the story of Jack’s sister, Dorie ArmitageContinue reading “BOTW: The Lines Between Us by Amy Lynn Green”
Bear’s Review: The Hamelin Stoop Series (Book 1 & Book 2)
Bear recently started the new Hamelin Stoop adventure series from 12 Gates Publishing. Learn his thoughts about the first two books in his review.
Christian Heroes Then & Now (Book/Unit Studies)
Enjoy the review of this faith-based biography series and corresponding Unit Study guides.
God Schooling: How God Intended Children to Learn (Review)
Julie’s breakdown of relaxed homeschooling paired well with the focus of educating the whole child and maintaining joy. Throughout the entire book, she focuses on how to implement all the information shared with such care for the reader. It was as though she was walking you through the steps personally and wanted to help you make it to the finish line.