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Settle My Soul: 100 Quiet Moments to Meet with Jesus – Ehman and Schwenk

Settle My Soul is a lovely devotional filled with encouragement. It includes one hundred short devotionals that include a verse from scripture, a devotional reading, a short prayer, and a journaling prompt with room within the book for your response to the prompt. This devotional would be a wonderful Mother’s Day gift.

While this complimentary […]

She Dreams: Live the Life You Were Create For – Tiffany Bluhm

She Dreams is an encouraging book for Christian women that explores pursuing your dreams. Written in a conversational manner, Bluhm utilizes the story of Moses as well her own to encourage the reader to pursue the dreams that God has sewn within your heart.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by Abingdon Press, […]

Dear Daughters: Love Letters to the Next Generation – Susie Davis

Dear Daughters is a lovely book that explores the importance of women helping other women to grow spiritually. As we continue to grow throughout the seasons of our lives having friendships with women who are a bit further down the path to provide support and guidance is invaluable. Dear Daughters presents the case for receiving […]

The Book of Comforts: Genuine Encouragement for Hard Times – Faires, Faires, Wernet, and Wilder

The Book of Comforts is a very special book. Whether you use it for short daily readings or simply read it, the power of God’s promises are beautifully shared. This book would make a wonderful gift for a family member or friend who is dealing with difficulties.

While this complimentary book was provided for review […]

More for Mom: Living Your Whole and Holy Life

More for Mom: Living Your Whole and Holy Life is an uplifting and encouraging read. Kristin Funston does an exceptional job of discussing motherhood thru the lens of scripture. This is a great book for a new mom, but it is also a valuable resource for more experienced moms.

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Parenting Beyond the Rules: Raising Teens with Confidence and Joy – Connie Albers

Parenting Beyond the Rules is an encouraging and inspiring book that focuses on how to continue to have a strong relationship with your child as he/she moves into the teen years. Rather than viewing the teen years as something to dread and simply try to get through, Parenting Beyond the Rules presents these years as […]

Eat Live Thrive Diet: A Lifestyle Plan to Rev Up Your Midlife Metabolism – Danna Demetre and Robyn Thomson

The Eat Live Thrive Diet is a plan that presents a three phase nutrition journey. The book starts with how to jump starting weight loss and then provides details on how to investigate for food allergies and sensitives. The final phase focuses on creating a life long nutrition plan. There was not really any “new” […]

Finish First: Winning Changes Everything – Scott Hamilton

Finishing First focuses on the importance of not being afraid to fail. It actually details why it is so important to fail…So you can learn how to pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and try again. Written in a conversational tone, Hamilton’s book is a quick enjoyable read that packs a strong punch of wisdom.

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Reforesting Faith: What Trees Teach Us About the Nature of God and His Love for Us – Matthew Sleeth

In Reforesting Faith, Dr. Sleeth takes the reader on a walk thru scripture. His focus is helping one discover and and explore the biblical trail of trees. This book is an inspirational read that focuses on the Creator and His creation.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing, no other […]

Let’s All Make the Day Count – Charlie Daniels

Let’s All Make the Day Count is a devotional book written by music legend Charlie Daniels. It contains one hundred short, uplifting stories. Each story is coupled with a Bible verse and closes with pithy take away statement.

While this complimentary book was provided for review by Thomas Nelson Publishing, no other compensation was given. […]