Book Review: Hope for Each Day: 365 Devotions for Kids {by Billy Graham}

One of the world's most respected and loved pastors, Billy Graham, has written many books for Christians to be supported in their faith and encouraged by the hope God gives us. One of those books is a daily devotional written for adults, called Hope for Each Day Morning and Evening Devotions. Recently, this has been … Continue reading Book Review: Hope for Each Day: 365 Devotions for Kids {by Billy Graham}

Book Review: The Other Side of Infamy {by Jim Downing}

It's not often a 103-year-old publishes a book, but Jim Downing has done it -- and successfully. The Other Side of Infamy is his memoir focusing on his years with the navy, his survival of Pearl Harbor and most importantly, his coming to Jesus. Downing is likely most known for his involvement with The Navigators, … Continue reading Book Review: The Other Side of Infamy {by Jim Downing}

Book Review: Strengths Based Marriage {by Jimmy Evans & Allan Kelsey}

If you’ve ever worked with me, you’re probably aware that I absolutely love StrengthsFinder (SF). Even after leading classes, coaching individuals and using it in the workplace for years, I still believe it to be one of the most powerful tools out there. Summarizing a whole lot of details for the sake of keeping this … Continue reading Book Review: Strengths Based Marriage {by Jimmy Evans & Allan Kelsey}

Book Review: Bible Trivia, Jokes & Fun Facts {by Troy Schmidt}

When I told my husband about this new book I received that had both Bible trivia and jokes, we chuckled that it was the perfect book for me. Sure, it’s written “for kids,” but trust me, it’s fantastic for adults, too. I’m a big fan of short, silly jokes and I doubt many people actually know all … Continue reading Book Review: Bible Trivia, Jokes & Fun Facts {by Troy Schmidt}

Book Review: Where Does Love Hide? {by Mary Manz Simon}

Children begin to understand what love is from a very young age, as they either receive it in abundance from loving parents or, sadly, lack it in a lesser situation. They also understand the concept of hiding as it’s often a part of play — from baby peek-a-boo to toddler blanket forts to older kids’ … Continue reading Book Review: Where Does Love Hide? {by Mary Manz Simon}