Whispers and Wildflowers by Sarah Beth Marr | Review

Whispers and Wildflowers: 30 Days to Slow your Pace, Savor Scripture, & Draw Closer to God by Sarah Beth Marr is a guide for women to slow down and savor the things God puts into our lives every day. While meant to be read a chapter per day for 30 days, the author encourages readersContinue reading “Whispers and Wildflowers by Sarah Beth Marr | Review”

Devotions From The Lake | Book Review

This is a beautiful daily devotional, perfect for the summertime, all about the beauty of nature and God’s love for us. Each  day had a short devotional and a prayer after.  It is the perfect thing to read outside in the summer, or keep open on a table at the cabin. I adored this, andContinue reading “Devotions From The Lake | Book Review”

NKJV Unapologetic Study Bible | Review

This study Bible from Thomas Nelson was created to inspire Christlike thought, belief, speech, and action by unapologetically applying Biblical principles. This Bible takes a look at difficult and complex issues, and helps us to understand them and to respond like Christ. It includes notes and resources from all over the world. There are eightContinue reading “NKJV Unapologetic Study Bible | Review”

His Last Words by Kim Erickson | Review

His Last Words by Kim Erickson is a seven week study of John 15-17, exploring what Jesus did and said in His last few hours on earth. If you knew you only had a few hours to live, what would you do? Would you tell your friends and loved ones all of the things you thinkContinue reading “His Last Words by Kim Erickson | Review”

Answering the Toughest Questions about Suffering and Evil

I think that it is safe to say that we all have struggled with understanding God’s role in the suffering and evil in our fallen world. It is something that can turn us away from God. It’s something we struggle to explain to non-believers.  Answering the Toughest Questions about Suffering and Evil was written by BruceContinue reading “Answering the Toughest Questions about Suffering and Evil”