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It’s time for another round of book reviews and I have several to share! I hope you’ll enjoy them as much as I did.



The Marriage Ark

The Marriage Ark is a solid, practical book for couples who want to grow and develop together throughout marriage. Easy to read and apply, each chapter ends with reflection questions that a couple can discuss and apply. Phillips guides the reader through such important topics as communication, intimacy in relationship, and grace. If a couple or group would like to engage in a quick study together, The Marriage Ark would be a great place to start.




A lovely book of poems by a trusted, faithful woman of God, My Heart, Ever His: Prayers for Women is a book ladies can turn to again and again for encouragement and hope. Without shying away from difficult topics, the author emphasizes God’s character and reminds the reader of His enduring faithfulness in every circumstance. This is a book worth keeping yourself and one you’ll want to purchase for those you love.




Stop Calling Me Beautiful is a powerfully written reminder that Christian women need more than just “milk” in order to grow in their faith; they require ‘solid food’. Masonheimer convincingly argues that women are taught the less important truth-that they are beautiful-without being taught the fundamental truths about Christ. As a result, women are leading empty lives attempting to earn their way to heaven, overcome anxiety, or bear the burden of sexual sin without understanding the basics of the faith.

An honest, insightful book for the woman struggling with questions about her faith, legalism, or particular areas of sin, Stop Calling Me Beautiful is also a call to Christian women’s ministry leaders to go deeper with the women they serve.

I couldn’t stop highlighting the pages of the ebook I was reading and I plan to order a hardcopy. This book grabbed me; it’s about actionable faith rather than getting caught up in competitive Christianity. I highly recommend this book!




Although Ruby’s Worry was published a couple of years ago, it’s the perfect read for little ones who are struggling with big worries. The character in this book discovers her worry grows bigger and takes up more space in her life until she learns to talk about it with someone. Tom Percival has provided a wonderful tool for children to begin to identify and discuss anxiety or worry.


I hope one or two of these books make their way into your reading pile and challenge the way you think, stir your thoughts, or encourage your heart.

Peace and grace,


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