Cultivate: A Grace-Filled Guide to Growing an Intentional Life by Lara Casey was published on June 27th, 2017 by Thomas Nelson Publishing. Book Description: A flourishing life is possible—no perfection required! Women often feel like they have to have it all together in order to live a meaningful life. Instead they feel inadequate, overwhelmed, and exhausted as they to figure out how to do it all. Author, business owner, and mom to three Lara Casey offers sound and grace-filled advice: “We can’t do it all, and do it well. But, we can choose to cultivate what matters.” Continue reading
Your Guide to the Apocalypse: What You Should Know Before the World Comes to an End by Matt Hagee is scheduled to be released on August 15th 2017 by Waterbrook Press Publishing. Synopsis: Ancient Prophecies Unveil the Mystery of Earth’s Last Days. Deception has infiltrated every area of our society, from the daily headlines to the family dinner table. We were warned that this day would come–marking the generation that would witness the end of world as we know it! Continue reading
The Two of Us by Victoria Bylin will be released on August 8th, 2017 by Bethany House Publishers and is a Christian novel. – SYNOPSIS: Heartwarming and Touching New Contemporary Romance from Victoria Bylin. After two broken engagements, nurse practitioner Mia Robinson is done with dating. From now on, she only trusts herself and God, and she’s focused on her eighteen-year-old sister, Lucy, and caring for patients. Just as she applies to work for an international aid organization, a phone call from Lucy, who’s pregnant and running off to marry her twenty-one-year-old boyfriend, throws a wrench into all of Mia’s plans. Continue reading
We Stood Upon Stars by Roger W. Thompson was released May 2, 2017. I truly enjoyed reading this lovely book. Thompson writes a collection of travel essays that share his experiences and deep gratitude for nature to be spiritual. I felt his essays are very relatable and entertaining. Continue reading
The Thomas Nelson KJV Thinline Large Print Bible—featuring the timeless beauty of the trustworthy King James translation in a large, readable font size—strikes the perfect balance between portability and readability. Wherever you’re going, the KJV Thinline Large Print Bible is built to travel with you. This easy-to-carry Bible comes with features that will enhance your reading experience, including beautifully-designed covers, an all-new typesetting in the elegant and readable Thomas Nelson KJV font, double ribbon markers, and the words of Christ in red. Features Include: Thomas Nelson KJV font Words of Christ in red Full-color maps Double ribbon marker Easy-to-read, 10-point type
My thoughts: This KJV Bible is a fabric covered, hardback that is very well made. I really like that there are two ribbon markers. That helps hold my place when I am going back and forth between the different books of the Bible. I also like the large print, it makes reading when my eyes are heavy so much easier. This Bible also has full color maps which makes it easier to read and understand. Overall I think this is a very lovely, high quality Bible that is well worth the money. I think this would make a great Father’s Day gift or a gift for that special guy in your life. **I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.**
Still Waiting: Hope for When God Doesn’t Give You What You Want by Ann Swindell was released on April 4,2017 by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Swindell writes about her condition, Trichotillomania. She shares her heart with you and the struggles that come with the disease and waiting to be healed. There are many stages in the healing process and she discuses this with her relationship with God to help her through. This book is for anyone who as ever waited on God to help them through any situation. I felt this book was an amazing read. I really felt the connection she shares and how she inspires you to Christ. I highly recommend this book. **Tyndale House Publishers provided me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.**
SYNOPSIS: What if God wants you to wait? Most of us don’t willingly choose to wait. We pick the shortest lines at the grocery store and avoid construction routes whenever possible. These are relatively short holdups, but they point to the deeper truth of what we try to evade on the larger scale of our lives: the anguish and heartache we experience during extended times of waiting when something we have hoped for gets delayed. Because waiting is painful and hard, too often we try to rush through it, seeking to jump ahead to the hoped-for resolution, opportunity, or healing. It’s easy to overlook that waiting is an inevitable part of our walk with God.