Book Review: A Passion Most Pure

I don’t tend to pick long books, and Julie Lessman’s A Passion Most Pure definitely qualifies as long to me at 480 pages. But occasionally a story will so fill my mind that the length doesn’t matter. It also helped …

Contagious Joy

I love to see people having fun. Whether it’s a group of friends outside a building, a mother playing with her kids at a park, or a dad tickling his children, pure, wholesome fun is . . . well, fun …

3 Resources on the Move

Relationships. God made us for relationship: with Him and with each other. In the practical realities of life, many translate that into being active in a local church. I absolutely encourage that, but what if you’re a military family who …

Freedom . . . for a Good Life

John chapter 9 begins by saying that Jesus saw a man blind from birth. The disciples make the assumption of their day when they ask whose sin caused the blindness. After all, the lack of vision must have been caused …

To Military Families, from a Civilian

I am now in the position that everything my coauthor, Kathy Barnett, and I could have poured into our book to military spouses is done. The file is at the printers, waiting its turn in line to become a printed …

Book Review: A Distant Melody

This might be the year of the new author for me, as the book I’m about to tell you about is written by Sarah Sundin, another new-to-me author. And if you read many of my reviews on my blog, then …