Day: April 8, 2020

Master of One by Jordan Raynor

Master of One: Find and Focus on the Work You Were Created to Do

Author, Jordan Raynor, has written a great resource with practical steps and wisdom on how to not be a “Jack of all trades, master of NONE” and instead be Master of One. Usually an excellent book is noted by not being able to put it down, but this book should be digested and not just Read more

Get Out of Your Head

Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts

With everything happening in our world today, could there be a better book to help with toxic thoughts? This was a book I purchased myself before 2020 took an interesting turn. Jennie Allen is the founder of IF:Gathering and has written several books including Restless and Nothing to Prove. With Get Out Of Your Head, Read more

In Want + Plenty

When an author writes from her own spiritual relationship coupled with being a licensed counselor, you get an authentic perspective with thought provoking guidance. Meredith McDaniel discusses the book of Exodus as the Israelites journey through the desert. It is not necessarily a Bible study on the book of Exodus, but more of a side Read more

For All Who Wander: Why Knowing God Is Better than Knowing It All by Robin Dance (in)courage

For All Who Wander

At some point in our journey through life, we can all feel like we are wandering a bit in the desert. Sometimes a specific circumstance takes us down a wandering path and other times it’s simply because we realize surface level isn’t cutting it anymore. Whatever path you find yourself on in the wandering, For Read more

Starfish Pier (Hope Harbor #6)

Even though I enjoy books in this genre, sometimes they can seem very similar – almost as if you’ve read it before. Not Starfish Pier – it had many characteristics that made it stand out. Irene Hannon is an author that I never have to wonder when I pick up her books if it will Read more

Shelter of the Most High (Cities of Refuge, #2)

Although this book is the second in the Cities of Refuge series, it can be read as a stand alone. I had not read the first, but will be going back to read after not being able to put Shelter of the Most High down. It begins in a pagan village where Sofea is drawn to the sea to Read more