I really enjoyed this book by J Heinrich Arnold entitled "Discipleship, Living for Christ in the Daily Grind". Many of my personal questions were answered regarding different scriptures and what they meant. One example being where Jesus states that '"anyone who loves their father or mother more than me is not worthy of me"'. Arnold plainly explains that those of us who get caught up with the drama brought on by family life whereby we lose sight of the Holy Spirit and the pure love of Christ. This is one book that I decided to take as much time as I needed to study and re-study. I am not surprized by the number of supporters of this book that he has; Mother Teresa, Jimmy Carter and Elisabeth Elliot among more. I had the priviledge of reading for Handlebar Publishing.
Sunday, January 11, 2015
As a former Planned Parenthood Leader, Abby Johnson did everything to justify the reason she was assisting in abortion so that she could live with her conscious. She would fool herself by telling herself that if she didn't help these women out that they would go to an illegal abortion doctor and possibly die. She even convinced herself that she was doing God's will and would attend churches which purposely didn't have a strong stand against abortion. In her true account "Unplanned" Abby reveals what opened her eyes to the real dangers and damages of abortion and how she was spiritually transformed. Her testimony is strong and loud and she shares that everything about Planned Parenthood is a lie. I was given the opportunity to read this tremendous experience from Tyndale Blog Network in exchange for my honest opinion. I highly recommend this book.
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
BookLook Blogger's offers me some tremendous experiences. Reviewing The Sweetest Story Bible for Toddlers has been such an honor. It's small and sturdy enough to fit into the tiny hands of little girls eager to learn of God's word. The Sweetest Story is all right adorable. This precious Zonderkidz Bible features eight scripture stories with just enough information to keep your little ones attention along with lovely illustrations provided by Sheila Bailey. Diane Stortz gets credit for writing. The little girl in your life will cherish this pretty pink dainty Bible which contains invaluable lessons she can apply to her young life.
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Joanne Huist Smith's The 13th Gift proves that there are still good Samaritan's in the world and that Charity conquers all. This true account of a Christmas Miracle can be read at any time in the year. Anytime you need a lift for your spirit. The writer retell's of her first Christmas after the death of her spouse when she feels overwhelmed and totally alone. She wants to make the Holiday's special for her children but funds are strained. When word spreads among friends and neighbors, they get together to make Christmas special for her and the children. A very touching book with a powerful message. One that I can read over and over again. I was fortunate to review this book for Blogging for Books. To read more about the author .