Book: Jerusalem's Queen Author: Angela Hunt (New York Times best selling author) Genre: Biblical fiction Publisher: Bethany House About the book: Born in the small village of Modein, a place made famous by the warrior Maccabees, Salome Alexandra knows better than to harbor grand dreams for her future. She pales in comparison to her beautiful … Continue reading Book Review – Jerusalem’s Queen
Moving Forward One Day at a Time Author: Sheila Walsh Publisher: Baker Books About the Author: Sheila Walsh is a powerful communicator, Bible teacher, and best-selling author with more than 5 million books sold. She is the author is the award-winning Gigi, God's Little Princess and In the Middle of the Mess. She is cohost … Continue reading Book Review – it’s okay not to be okay
Title - Beneath the Surface Author - Lynn H. Blackburn Genre - Romantic Suspense Publisher - Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group Photo downloaded from the Publisher's website About the AuthorLynn H. Blackburn is the author of Hidden Legacy and Covert Justice and winner of the 2016 Selah Award for Mystery and Suspense and … Continue reading Book Review – Beneath the Surface
About the bookKate Clark was at her son's school - whirling about the playground in a merry game of tag - when, suddenly, a little boy jumped off the jungle gym and landed on her head. Kate fell to the ground and lay motionless, paralyzed from the neck down. The doctors said she would never … Continue reading Book Review – Where I End
Most people think of an affair as a spouse sexually betraying their partner for a length of time until caught. This book will teach you about other aspects of affairs, like emotional betrayal to one night stands and other destructive friendships. It'll help you understand any questions you might ever have had about affairs that are explained in this eye-opening read. Even if you're among the lucky few that have never experienced infidelity in your family, chances are a friend, a person in your life will, and then you'll be armed with information ready to step in and help. The majority of infidelity cases are said to be genetic; the tendency to be unfaithful is passed on from generation to generation.