Reviews by BMG18
On 7/30 BMG18 wrote: I love Donald Miller's writing and was excited to be able to read his new book! It takes a look at relationships and intimacy and Miller shares how he has grown in these areas. His style is so effortless and authentic. I felt like I was reading his journal and so many times I found myself saying, "Me ... Scary Close by Donald Miller Review
On 5/6 BMG18 wrote: I love Shauna Niequist's books and her devotional is no different. Each day is a short devotional with a Bible verse and a few questions. Every few days she includes one of her awesome recipes. The questions at the end of the devo are my favorite. They are very thought provoking and it gives me time ... Savor Book Review
On 3/4 BMG18 wrote: Bunny's First Spring by Sally Lloyd-Jones and illustrated by David Mcphail is just beautiful. I love the way Lloyd-Jones writes in The Jesus Storybook Bible and knew this book would be written with the same captivating language. Bunny watches the seasons change and worries about winter. But in a lovely ... Bunny's First Spring
On 4/13 BMG18 wrote: Run, don't walk to get this book! Jennie Allen is an incredible author with a real pulse on the questions and longings of our generation. This is my second book of her's to read and each time I find myself asking, "How does she know exactly what I am thinking?" Allen is very relatable and authentic ... Loved it!
On 1/16 BMG18 wrote: Aptly titled, Hands Free Mama: A Guide to Putting Down the Phone, Burning the To-Do List, and Letting Go of Perfection to Grasp What Really Matters, Rachel Macy Stafford challenges, encourages, and shows us how to become the parents and people we long to be. In a world over saturated with smart ... Hands Free Mama Book Review
On 12/4 BMG18 wrote: Bread and Wine by Shauna Niequist is wonderful! It's the perfect mix of memoir and cookbook. She weaves her life story with awesome recipes and I couldn't put it down. I love Shauna's authenticity and openness. I think everyone can take something away from this book. It touches on many topics and I found ... Wine and Bread
On 6/20 BMG18 wrote: I've been reading The Christian Parenting Handbook and it's great! Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller wrote the book and say you will learn how to: Identify character qualities to address problemsBuild internal motivationUse creativity to teach your kids spiritual truthsI love the way the book ... The Christian Parenting Handbook
On 4/5 BMG18 wrote: I had the pleasure of hearing Lysa TerKuerst speak right before this devotional came out for review. I loved her! She is one of the most engaging, genuine speakers I have ever heard. Her message on emotions was just what I needed to hear. I haven't actually read Unglued, but after hearing her speak, ... Unglued Devotional: 60 Days of Imperfect Progress
On 1/6 BMG18 wrote: "Dreams and Visions" takes stories of real people encountering Jesus through dreams and visions in countries like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Iran, just to name a few. I had chills reading the true accounts of people encountering Jesus for the first time or maybe they had heard of Him before. Not ... What a great read!
On 10/10 BMG18 wrote: "What You Need To Know About Bible Prophecy" is a great resource! I really respect Max Anders as an author and I read his book, "30 Days To Understanding Your Bible" a few years ago. So, when I saw this become available for review, I was excited to read it. "What You Need To Know About Bible Prophecy" ... "What You Need To Know About Bible Prophecy: 12 Lessons That Could Change Your Life" by Max Anders
On 1/30 BMG18 wrote: When I saw "This Thing Of Ours: How Faith Saved My Mafia Marriage" by Cammy Franzese offered by Book Sneeze, I just had to get it. I know very little about the Mafia and I thought it was incredibly interesting that a woman married to a mobster would have written a book, talking about faith of all things. ... "This Thing Of Ours" Book Review
On 12/7 BMG18 wrote: Don't Check Your Brains At The Door is a well laid out book about apologetics for students. It is broken into six different sections on different myths about the Christian faith. Within those sections are even more detailed chapters. The authors do a great job of covering a large amount of information ... Don't Check Your Brains At the Door Book Review
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