Stop Calling Me Beautiful (Book Review)

I want to share about a new book available specifically for women believers. The book is titled Stop Calling Me beautiful: Finding Soul-Deep Strength in a Skin-Deep World by Phylicia Masonheimer. The book will be released on February 18, 2020. I've mentioned Phylicia on the blog before, linking to an article she wrote explaining what it truly … Continue reading Stop Calling Me Beautiful (Book Review)

A Read for the Stressed, Overwhelmed or Burnt Out Soul (Book Review)

Relief from overwhelm, freedom from stress, the end of burn out, the elimination of hurry. Does that sound like something you need? John Mark Comer has written detailing how we need to overcome hurry in our lives and how to start the process. His book, The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry is rightly subtitled, How to … Continue reading A Read for the Stressed, Overwhelmed or Burnt Out Soul (Book Review)

Debunking the Myths About Hearing God (Book Review)

Many of us have confusing ideas regarding what it means to hear from God. We think of audible voices or outlandish experiences. We think we’ll hear Him as obviously as if fireworks had been set off and doubts will not exist when He speaks. We all know what really happens though: We doubt, we hear … Continue reading Debunking the Myths About Hearing God (Book Review)

Squashing Religious Hindrances: The Ragamuffin Gospel (Book Review)

Far too often the truth of God’s grace has been polluted with legalism, rules and religion, hindering the children of God from the fullness of a life-giving, intimate relationship with their Creator-Father, from receiving the acceptance and love purchased for them by Christ on Calvary. I recently read a book that helps fight against this … Continue reading Squashing Religious Hindrances: The Ragamuffin Gospel (Book Review)

Go Deep Right Where You Are: Come Matter Here (Book Review)

Come Matter Here by Hannah Brencher brings us an important message: "Be where your feet are." Stay, go deep with others and make a difference where you are. We often tend toward spending our lives waiting for the next big thing, that call to a certain place or event in our lives. So few stay … Continue reading Go Deep Right Where You Are: Come Matter Here (Book Review)