Category Archives: Christian books

Discovering the Joy of Living Others First

WiiFM—If you’ve ever been in sales you might have heard of this acronym and chances are you’ve even had to put it to use in your customer’s perspective: “What’s In It For Me?” We live in a WiiFM society. If … Continue reading

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A book to help encourage and strengthen step-families

Parenting in and of itself can be quite difficult. From the moment a parent finds out they are going to have a baby (are we getting the right prenatal care?) to the trying teen years (how do I get my … Continue reading

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Slowing Down Time and Becoming More Aware of It

Did you know that there are 936 weeks between a child’s birth and age 18? Put in this aspect, it seems like a long time, an eternity if you’re dealing with a rebellious teenager or crying infant; but put as … Continue reading

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Like Having a Cup of Tea with a Good Friend

Sometimes in the impossible situations, it can seem so difficult to hope. When someone has a horrible sickness that it looks like they will never recover from or life is at its bleakest, we may not have much hope in … Continue reading

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Not Just for Homeschoolers

When I first saw Tim Tebow’s book, Know Who You Are, Live Like It Matters: A Homeschooler’s Interactive Guide to Discovering Your True Identity my first thought was “I don’t homeschool my children, will this really be something that they … Continue reading

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An Interesting Biblical Character Study

Not often do I recommend a book to someone before I finish reading it, but The Most Important Women of the Bible by Aaron and Elaina Sharp is one that I knew my grandparents would enjoy for a Bible study … Continue reading

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From a Church Divided to a Church United

“If you turn that place around, you’ll be a hero. But if you don’t, no one will blame you, because that’s impossible!” (All Saints, pg. 17, paragraph 3) Being a minister can be a challenging task in and of itself, … Continue reading

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