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10 Aug Posted by in Reviews | Comments

Tranquility: A Prayer and Reflection Coloring Journal

Tranquility: A Prayer and Reflection Coloring Journal

Tranquility: A Prayer and Reflection Coloring Journal Reviewed by: Jill Hart Genre: Coloring/Journaling Publisher: Tyndale Publication Date: Spring 2017 I  have really enjoyed Tranquility! It’s a gift-size hardback coloring book, which works great for carrying in my purse or backpack. It has a nice wide binding, so it’s easy to open wide for coloring. I have found […]

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08 Aug Posted by in Reviews | Comments

The Mediterranean Love Plan

The Mediterranean Love Plan

The Mediterranean Love Plan: 7 Secrets to Life-Long Passion in Marriage by Stephen & Misty Arterburn Reviewed by: Jill Hart Genre: Christian Living, Marriage Publisher: Zondervan Publication Date: April 4, 2017 We all know the Arterburn name from New Life Ministries radio show, as well as from the numerous books Stephen Arterburn has written over […]

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07 Aug Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on He Calls You Beautiful

He Calls You Beautiful

He Calls You Beautiful

He Calls You Beautiful by Dee Brestin Reviewed by: Jill Hart Genre: Christian Living Publisher: Multnomah Publication Date: July 11, 2017 I have been so excited about reading this book since I came across a blurb about it a few months ago. It certainly didn’t disappoint. Brestin takes you through each verse of the Song […]

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09 May Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: It Started with Goodbye

Review: It Started with Goodbye

Review: It Started with Goodbye

It Started with Goodbye by Christina June Reviewed by: Jill Hart Genre: Victorian Gothic Mystery, Suspense, Romance Publisher: Blink Publication Date: May 9, 2017 It Started with Goodbye is a fresh, modern story loosely based on the Cinderalla tale.  Tatum Elsea feels like she can never do anything right. She just landed in hot water – again […]

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31 Mar Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on Five Signs that You Might be a Control Girl

Five Signs that You Might be a Control Girl

Five Signs that You Might be a Control Girl

By Shannon Popkin Control Girls often don’t realize that they’re Control Girls. I sure didn’t. I spent the first 35 years of my life completely oblivious to my control issues. I knew I was arguing with my husband. I knew there was tension with coworkers. I knew I was frustrated with friends and family members. […]

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09 Mar Posted by in Articles, Sneak Peeks | Comments Off on Hope Found Me at the Well – An Excerpt from The Unseen Companion-God with the Single Mother

Hope Found Me at the Well – An Excerpt from The Unseen Companion-God with the Single Mother

Hope Found Me at the Well – An Excerpt from The Unseen Companion-God with the Single Mother

“I have food to eat that you know nothing about.” JOHN 4:32 Have you ever had a moment in which you are reading a book and find yourself so immersed within the story that it becomes less about the character and more about you? A story so pro- found it reaches the darkened chambers of […]

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20 Feb Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on Why Older Women and Younger Women Need Each Other

Why Older Women and Younger Women Need Each Other

Why Older Women and Younger Women Need Each Other

An excerpt from Adorned: Living Out The Beauty of the Gospel Together, ©2016 by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. Adapted and used with permission of Moody Publishers. One summer evening I gathered a group of about twenty younger women in my home; they were all in their late teens or early twenties and serving together in a ministry. […]

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12 Aug Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Excerpt from Play with Fire by Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Excerpt from Play with Fire by Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Excerpt from Play with Fire by Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Prologue: The Legend of the Phoenix The caterpillar into the butterfly. The duckling into the swan. The peasant into the princess. Since childhood I’ve been obsessed with the idea of transformation. Perhaps it was because I wanted to shed my skin and emerge something better than I was, but at the core of my soul, […]

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29 Apr Posted by in News | Comments Off on Book News: NavPress announces June posthumous release of beloved author Jerry Bridges’ book, The Blessing of Humility

Book News: NavPress announces June posthumous release of beloved author Jerry Bridges’ book, The Blessing of Humility

Book News: NavPress announces June posthumous release of beloved author Jerry Bridges’ book, The Blessing of Humility

NavPress announces the June posthumous release of beloved author Jerry Bridges’ book, The Blessing of Humility. In his final book, Jerry teaches readers how to put humility into action. Through the study of the Beatitudes, Bridges outlines what humility looks like, and encourages readers to make it a part of their everyday lives. “Jerry was […]

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28 Mar Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Siren’s Song

Review: Siren’s Song

Review: Siren’s Song

Siren’s Song by Mary Weber Reviewed by: Jill Hart Genre: Fantasy, Sci-Fi Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: Mar 1, 2016 Wow! Now THIS, my friends is what a finale should look like! Weber picks up right where book 2 leaves off, with Nym and Eogan barely escaping with their lives. They head off to try […]

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