Christians need to find His grace in all manner of living and it will be the most difficult in today's society of quick to judgement. Truth Plus Love by Matt Brown pretty much states this fact, but with beauty and ease of understanding. We have to consider that He would want us to do so in order to have a more balanced and Christian-like life connected to Him. I received a copy for this review from Book Look Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Is possibly one of my favorite biographies read ever. I usually do not grab them as a first choice and after this I just might change that from now on. I'm Possible by Jeremy Cowart shares how changing his mindset to I can from I can't made all the difference in his life. Cowart also states that He will be there in all the new changes as it was before, just more connected. Life is scary but when we are with Him all of those insecurities and high confidence begin to work with us not against us. I received a copy for this review from Booklook Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
Friday, May 17, 2019
This is the coolest book for one reason... it gets us to connect to us. In our digital, social life of now we can distance ourselves from well ourselves and that is just wrong. Fortunately, author Kate Merrick of Here, Now has graciously shared her own stories of this plague and how to take the steps to get back to ourselves and appreciate our own stories while not feeling left out. I received copy for this review from book look bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Thursday, May 9, 2019
This is by far the best coffee table book and has the best images and ideas all in one place. Restoration House by Kennesha Buycks is such a stunning and inspirational book for anyone that wants to create a home for all who enter. I think it is an insight into what a home needs to be in order for it to come off as a home, a home for all. It is a gem and all should enjoy its ideas and beauty. I received a copy for this review from Book Look Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Tuesday, April 30, 2019
For some reason I thought this latest read was a memoir when, in fact, it is motivational. Inspiring even. Many of us do not have the capacity to see our God-given talents that will enable to experience the many beauties in this life we are gifted. Run the Mile You're In by Ryan Hall is awe-inspiring and majestic. To be able embrace what He has bestowed upon us is amazing and leads on His path of pure bliss. The best part has to be that you can appreciate both failure and excellence when both appear. I received a copy for this review from Book Look Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Monday, April 22, 2019
It feels so bad to say this because someone else's pain should never be seen in pure beauty, however, it is true and more so with this latest memoir. Behind the Laughter by Anthony Griffith and Dr. Brigitte Travis-Griffin is gut-wrenching and poignant. I laughed and I cried and I was inspired. I know that when I suffer grief again I will be able to handle it differently. Eyes open and my heart filling with pure sunshine. Pain is unbearable but life is beautiful. I received a copy for this review from book look bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Thursday, April 11, 2019
This may be a tiny book in size and weight but what it lacks in stature it more than makes up in inspiration. Delivered by Beth Moore offers the kind of life experiences no other book can. Moore shares her story and how God was there throughout the pain of the moment. She was knee deep in pain but found the light that He had by her side all along. Such a great read. I received a copy for this review from book look bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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