Tag: Forgiveness

Daughters of Northern Shores by Joanne Bischof – Book Review, Preview

Daughters of Northern Shores by Joanne Bischof – Book Review, Preview

“You know what the three most exciting sounds in the world are? Anchor chains, plane motors & train whistles” George Bailey, It’s a Wonderful Life My favorite sounds are a little different than George’s. Children’s giggles, bird song, worship music. You probably have yet another list of favorites. How many people […]


Mending Fences by Suzanne Woods Fisher – Book Review, Preview

Mending Fences by Suzanne Woods Fisher – Book Review, Preview

The ripple effect. You throw a stone into the water and the ripples extend far beyond what you can see. Our lives are like that in so many ways. The things we do affect others, not just ourselves. I recently read through the life of King David, and instead of […]



Finally Accepted by Toni Shiloh – Book Review, Preview

Finally Accepted by Toni Shiloh – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
March 4, 2019
Book Reviews

Can two broken and abandoned people ever find acceptance? I have come to expect deeply touching stories from Toni Shiloh. She has a knack for wrapping her characters around my heart and having me feel their pain and cheer for their victories. Finally Accepted did not disappoint. As Chloe and Darryl […]



A Desperate Hope by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review, Preview

A Desperate Hope by Elizabeth Camden – Book Review, Preview

On Tour with Prism Book Tours Turning the tide of destruction on their town Alex Duval is one of the most endearing and dynamic of heroes! Flawed, sure. No question about that. Yet his almost larger-than-life personality with his propensity to be dramatic, to dream big, to hope big, to love […]




The Amish Candy Maker by Laura V. Hilton – Book Review, Preview

The Amish Candy Maker by Laura V. Hilton – Book Review, Preview

Let prayer be the key to the day and the bolt to the nacht. Bishop Miah The Amish Candymaker by Laura V. Hilton For some, prayer is an act of desperation, the last resort. For others, prayer is an ongoing conversation with a dear friend, their loving Father. While I […]