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Book Review: After the Boxes are Unpacked

This text is so timely for me. Over the last 4 years,  I have done two moves, crossing multiple-states and each experience was so trying in its own way. 321 more words


"You smooth out a path ahead of them", commentary by Tyndale

I really appreciated Tyndales’ Commentary on Isaiah 26:7-8. which follows. He speaks directly to the  Biblical message of God’s presence and comfort during challenging times. In my own experience, it has been precisely the times when facing that which would formerly have had the power to challenge my Trust or weaken my Faith that have now become chances to be closer to The Lord. 252 more words


I Don't Get You

The penny shows the size ;-)

A book review of I Don’t Get You, guide to healthy conversations by Sherry Graf, provided by Tyndale for review. 102 more words


134 - New Bible

For several years now, I’ve been wanting a new Bible. I wanted a Bible though, that would cater specifically to me. My old Bible, which I bought in 2007 was great – nice cover, nice pages, decent sized print, but no matter how many times I tried to read it, I could never make it out of Exodus. 213 more words

The Calling

Title: The Calling (Seer #2)

Author: Rachelle Dekker

Publisher: Tyndale House

Pages: 441

Release Date: March 8, 2016

Description: Remko Brant had never been so sure of anything as escaping the Authority City with Carrington Hale. 290 more words

Review: Change of Heart by Courtney Walsh

Can I just start by saying how much I loved this book? This one is emotional and really had me feeling like I was able to step into the characters’ shoes. 342 more words