Hats off to Beth Moore for trying her hand at something new. That right there is an inspiration to women who aim to be difference makers, who are seeking courage to take action beyond their comfort zones. My takeaway? Just do it. Take that risk, step out in faith, make it your very best work. The result will […]
Hey, friends ~ A quick note because I thought you’d like to know… Have you ever enjoyed a Beth Moore Bible study and thought, Her non-fiction really delivers. I wish she’d try her hand at fiction someday. Well, she has. Published by Tyndale, Beth Moore’s fiction debut, The Undoing of Saint Silvanus, releases today. But because Beth […]
The Ghost of Africa by Don Brobst About this book: (from the publisher) Together New York City surgeon Paul Branson and his wife, Nicki, had a dream: to help the people of the African bush. After Nicki’s untimely death, Paul decides to honor her memory and carry on alone.
The Alliance by Jolina Petersheim About this book: (from the publisher) When Leora Ebersole sees the small plane crash in her Old Order Mennonite community, she has no idea it’s a foreshadowing of things to come.
Friends! In honor of mothers and daughters, I am delighted to bring you a treat today, thanks to my lovely friend, Paula Bicknell. Our friendship began many moons ago at a writers conference, and we have prayed and written and sought counsel together ever since. So it’s with great joy that I have the privilege […]
“Will fleeing the Scottish Highlands only leave her in more danger?” The Reluctant Duchess by Roseanna M. White About this book: (from the publisher) Lady Rowena Kinnaird may be the heiress to a Highland earldom, but she has never felt good enough–not for her father, not for the man she thought she’d marry, not for God. But […]
Jump by Michel Sauret About this book: (from the publisher) Ever since he was a boy, Christopher’s parents made him jump off the tree in the backyard. This was to test his faith. Land safely and he might have enough faith to please God.
“Where you come from isn’t who you are.” A Cup of Dust: A Novel of the Dust Bowl by Susie Finkbeiner About this book: Ten-year-old Pearl Spence is a daydreamer, playing make-believe to escape life in Oklahoma’s Dust Bowl in 1935. The Spences have their share of misfortune, but as the sheriff’s family, they’ve got more than […]
“Feathers—no matter what size or shape or color—are all the same, if you think about them. They’re soft. Delicate. But the secret thing about feathers is . . . they are very strong.” The Feathered Bone by Julie Cantrell About this book: (from the publisher) In the pre-Katrina glow of New Orleans, Amanda Salassi is anxious about […]