Category Archives: Book reviews
My son gave me Boyle’s first book, Tattoos on the Heart, a few years ago, and I loved it. When I heard he’d written a second, I knew I had to read it. Barking to the Choir is more of … Continue reading
Poetry is a source of delight for me, and I’ve always wished I could write poetry, but my attempts in elementary and high school were lame. A few years ago I tried again, by working through a book I’d originally … Continue reading
Ann Voskamp hasn’t always trusted God. When she was four, her younger sister was hit by a truck and died. For a long time, her family struggled with the concept of a good God. A few years ago, a friend … Continue reading
My dear friend Linda Carlblom worked her way through this book a few years ago and recommended it highly. When it came up on a BookBub promotion, I remembered, and ordered it. The first few chapters of 100 Bible Verses Everyone … Continue reading
Are You Reading a Daily Devotional This Year? May I Suggest My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers?
Oswald Chambers (1874-1917) was a Scottish minister who traveled to England, Ireland, the United States, and Japan to spread the Good News of the Gospel. He also served as principal of the Bible Training College in London, and as a … Continue reading
This review appeared previously on ARHtistic License. A few years ago, Julie Kemp Pick, inspired by a poem by Susan Flett Swiderski, came up with the idea to create an anthology of poetry written by women of a certain age. Together, … Continue reading