Book Review: The Christmas Shoppe

Whimsical is not quite the right word for Melody Carlson’s book The Christmas Shoppe. Perhaps some of you will understand it this way: Nanny McPhee opens a shop in a small town. The real treasures of this world cannot be purchased with any sum of money. But they...

Book Review: Picture Perfect

Fools Rush In (Weddings by Bella series) by Janice Thompson was so delightful that I couldn’t wait to try out her new Weddings by Design series, starting with Picture Perfect. May your troubles be as few and as far between as my grandmother’s teeth. Irish...

Book Review: Stealing the Preacher

The online book club I am part of was buzzing quite a bit about a book by Karen Witemeyer. After I checked out the book description and a couple of the reviews, I too couldn’t wait to dig into Stealing the Preacher. I still don’t understand it, but I guess God...

Freedom to Believe in Your Marriage

The current divorce rate is roughly ____. How many of you quickly filled in the blank with 50%? Would it surprise you to know that statistic is WRONG. As in W-A-Y wrong. What if I had some good news about marriage — like roughly 80% of you are HAPPY in your...

Book Review: The Memory Jar

The Memory Jar by Tricia Goyer first came to my attention last winter. Several ladies in my online book club were reading it and enjoying it, and since I’d enjoyed a couple of Ms. Goyer’s other books, I decided to give it a try. What I found was a story...

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 that I bought this as an eBook, so...
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