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Adorned:Living out the Beauty of the Gospel Together by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth {Book Review}

So many times we ask God about His will for our lives. Or we seek the Lord about having some type of ministry. He does have a plan and a ministry for us as women. It is found in Titus 2:1-5, 10 which is the passage that Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, founder of Revive Our Hearts,… Continue reading Adorned:Living out the Beauty of the Gospel Together by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth {Book Review}

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Reformation Women by Rebecca VanDoodewaard [Book Review]

“Women are an essential element in church history.” So begins Rebecca VanDoodewaard in her book “Reformation Women: Sixteenth-Century Figures Who Shaped Christianity’s Rebirth.” The author shares with us twelve biographical sketches on women that are widely neglected in other reformation books. Most of the women in this book came from royal families but each of… Continue reading Reformation Women by Rebecca VanDoodewaard [Book Review]

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The Food Ain’t the Problem [Book Review]

When I turned thirty I began gaining 5+ pounds a year. While I didn’t document it, I have no doubt that when I turned forty I was 50lbs. heavier than at thirty. Thankfully, having just turned fifty recently, I didn’t gain another 50lbs. but I still gained more. I’ve done Weigh Down Workshop when I… Continue reading The Food Ain’t the Problem [Book Review]

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The Simplest Way to Change the World [Book Review]

I find it easy to invite friends over that I have an established relationship with. They know I could care less about cooking, so they aren’t going to expect a gourmet meal. Also, that I’m fond of paper plates but at least I get the decorative kind. I don’t need to stress about what we… Continue reading The Simplest Way to Change the World [Book Review]

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A Bird, a Girl, and a Rescue by J. A. Myhre [Book Review]

I rarely read fiction books but I wanted to give A Bird, A Girl, and a Rescue by J. A. Myhre a try. I also thought it would be interesting to read a book from the juvenile fiction genre especially since its setting was in Africa. Kiisa is an eleven-year-old girl who begins her first… Continue reading A Bird, a Girl, and a Rescue by J. A. Myhre [Book Review]