Hope for the Same-Sex Attracted

Hope for the Same-Sex Attracted

This book was a struggle for me.  I have friends and family who are same-sex attracted, and although I may have different beliefs on the subject, I have no desire to alienate them.  My job is neither to judge nor condemn, mine is to love unconditionally.  Conviction is the job of the Holy Spirit.  That Read More

Driver Confessional

Driver Confessional

Driver Confessional is an intriguing story of murder, corruption on Capital Hill, and Russian mobsters all woven into the daily life of Antonio, an average guy just trying to support his family.  The approach is definitely unique and not something frequently seen in Christian fiction. While the story itself is interesting, the plethora of overdeveloped Read More

Think Again

Think Again

In the world of Selfie Sticks and introspection, Jared Mellinger’s Think Again offers a unique perspective into the ‘”It’s all about me” mentality. As a Christian, our life is supposed to be modeled after Christ, but in our quest for that goal, it’s quite easy to get off track into self-absorption.  Think Again addresses this Read More

Tightropes & Teeter-Totters

Tightropes & Teeter-Totters

For any woman struggling with balancing work, home, family, children, friends, finances, diet, exercise or any other area, Lisa Pennington’s candidly written Tightropes & Teeter-Totters offers practical, easy to follow suggestions on how to manage even the toughest of circumstances. Pennington allows readers right into her home to witness, the good, the bad, and the Read More

Home to Paradise

Home to Paradise

Home to Paradise is a charming story of love in the Amish Community of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.  A cautionary advisory, Barbara Cameron’s characters often use words native to their culture, but foreign to those outside of it.  The glossary on page 266, which sadly remained undiscovered until the story’s end, is quite helpful if used Read More

Finding Forgiveness

Finding Forgiveness

Stanley D. Gales, “Finding Forgiveness” reads like an in depth textbook on the subject.  For readers interesting in studying the complicated subject of forgiveness this book provides valuable insight, with the scriptures to back up the author’s writing. However, for readers interested in a more simplistic look at the subject, the book contains a lot Read More