Month: December 2020

The Descendant’s Daughter by Patricia Lee – Book Review

The Descendant’s Daughter by Patricia Lee – Book Review

by Phyllis Helton
December 24, 2020
Book Reviews

The Descendant’s Daughter is Patricia Lee’s first time-slip novel. She used a variety of techniques to tell the story of Halle’s ancestors. Not only did she share the events, thoughts, and hopes using narrative, she included letters, journal entries, and information known to their descendant’s in the present day. I […]

Grace that’s Greater Still by Michelle Massaro – Book Review

Grace that’s Greater Still by Michelle Massaro – Book Review

by Phyllis Helton
December 17, 2020
Book Reviews

Sometimes, even knowing what it means to experience God’s grace, we don’t understand what it means to experience God’s grace. Grace that’s Greater Still is an incredibly moving depiction of trying to earn forgiveness and hiding secrets from the world. Of having head-knowledge of God’s love and mercy but thinking […]