I was so honored to be asked by the author to review his book, and after reading it, I am glad I was given the opportunity. “Heaven Shining Through” is a quick read, but packed with emotion, real life, and genuineness. Centered around a girl, Samantha, you see life through
Click to purchase. So, this book came to me through an interesting episode with my pastor. You see, we had recently moved to Virginia and we were speaking with the pastor of a church we had been attending. When our pastor discovered we were from Kentucky, he immediately talked about
Have you ever wondered how modern science fits with the Bible? How do all these archaeological finds support the Bible? If you’re like me, you may have struggled with how to fit the things you were taught in school with the Bible. Sometimes, they may have even seemed to contradict
Click to purchase. I have just completed this book, my first of Gao’s writings. It is a definite read for those interested in human rights, religious freedom, and/or Christian persecution. As a lawyer, and a Christian, Gao has dedicated his life to defending the rights of people in China. Those actions landed him
Wow, so if you haven’t checked these books out, do it now! While attending a homeschool conference, I attended Chuck Black’s lecture. This lecture on Spiritual Warfare and the family led me to his booth later on the day. Chuck writes fiction stories about spiritual warfare, the Bible, Honor, etc.
Click to purchase.As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This book was very helpful in understanding angels and their place in the heavens, on earth, and in our lives. This book takes a scriptural approach to all things angels, including demons (Satan’s angels). What was interesting in this book,
Click to purchase.As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. The blood moons issues sure has taken a lot of attention this year. And to be honest, I had no idea whether it was legitimate or baloney. So I started reading up on the issue. Blood moons are just eclipses
I recently reviewed a book on owls that was for the 4-9 year old age group. I read it with my three year old. I have to say, she loved it. She thought the owls were funny and she even identified some that she had soon on cartoons. It is