I am always excited to learn of debut authors and to be able to share about their books. When author Melissa Rosenberger contacted me to see if I was interested in reviewing her book, I took at look at the description and replied right away with a resounding “YES”! I […]
Genre: Biblical Fiction
I have always loved Biblical fiction and the way the authors who write it give a different perspective on the events recorded in the Scriptures. So when I was given the opportunity to read this book, of course, I accepted. The Heart of a King is a fascinating look at […]
I simply LOVE the Biblical story of Naman, how a captive Israelite girl sent him to Israel to be healed of his leprosy. There are many elements in this very short Biblical account left open for the imagination to fill in the details. When Jarm Del Boccio invited me to […]
Do you love Biblical fiction like I do? This May, Jill Eileen Smith will be releasing The Heart of a King – the story of King Solomon and four of his wives. Are you intrigued? Read on for more information about this book. And don’t forget to pre-order it so […]
“Dare to be a Daniel”. Pretty much since I have heard of Daniel, I saw him as a man with the utmost courage who never gave in to fear. Who openly worshiped the Lord even under threat of brutal death. Daniel is one of a very small number of men […]
It is so easy to let yourself be defined by your circumstances. And then to allow them to control you. To make yourself a victim. Yet we have been called to rise above our circumstances – to keep our eyes fixed on Jesus and to focus on things that are good. […]
Refuge. Sanctuary. Haven. What do those words convey to you? In just reading them, do you sense a longing for that type of peace? Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you. Let me teach […]
I have with me today author Chad Pettit. I met Chad via Twitter where I have enjoyed the spiritual nature of his posts. We have had a few fun conversations there. I hope you enjoy learning more about him like I did.
Paralyzing fear gripped me. My head knew that I didn’t even know if I had reason to worry, but my heart refused to listen.
I loved seeing Corinth from the eyes of one of the pagans living there in the First Century A.D.