Biblical Womanhood?

I can’t write about The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth by Beth Allison Barr without telling part of my story. I don’t remember a time when I didn’t know the name of Jesus. My family and I attended a Baptist church off and on until I was around…

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She Walked Before Us: Book Review & Giveaway

Two years ago, I asked God to help me read the Bible with fresh eyes. As I studied the creation story and women in the Bible in-depth, I realized how much my study was influenced by the lessons I learned as a girl from my parents and church, my current church environment, and secular culture.…

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The Way Up Is Down

The newest book by Marlena Graves, The Way Up is Down: Becoming Yourself by Forgetting Yourself is a beautiful call to a life of seeing and serving, and growing closer to Jesus. It’s a beautiful call, but not an easy one. From the beginning, the author lets us in on what it will cost us…

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In Need of Recovery

Recovering From Biblical Manhood & Womanhood: How the Church Needs to Rediscover Her Purpose, the newest book by Aimee Byrd, confronts a teaching that she believes started with good intentions but now “chokes the growth of God’s people.” Until I read her book, I didn’t know about the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. After…

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The Journey of Hope

Who could have known 2020 would be defined by a global pandemic, causing us to rethink everything we thought we knew? All of us are affected in different ways by the pandemic. Some slightly, others drastically. Whether we admit it or not, it’s changed our lives and nothing will ever be the same. And we’re…

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Take Back Your Time: A Book Review

I’ll say it again…I thought I’d never read another book about time management. Life had other plans. I’m in a new season of life, and I have more free time than ever. It’s a wonderful position to be in until I realized I waste a lot of it. I thought I’d wrangled my time wasting…

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Mended: A Book Review

This is a different kind of Monday School today. I’ve read Mended and want to share it with you.
God used this book to soften my heart even more towards my daughters.

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How to Be a Moon

I finished Carry Burr’s newest book over the weekend.  The topic of the book is one we’re all familiar with: our need to make a difference and to know we matter. But this isn’t a book about learning how to build your self-esteem, gain a massive following, or improve your life with positive thinking. Instead,…

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