She Reads Truth Review

Book review for She Reads Truth                          Authors:  Raechel Myers and Amanda Bible Williams I received this book from B&H Publishing in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed here are completely my own. Beginning This book is a double memoir of two amazing young…

Heart’s Desire

Welcome to a quick study of Psalm 37:1-4 I am picking up where  last week’s post ended. If you didn’t read that yet,  just click on the link  〉 Psalm 37:4  Now, let’s take a closer look at Psalm 37:1-4 Do not fret because of evildoers, Nor be envious of the workers of iniquity.  For they shall…

Psalm 37:4

This morning, I turned off my alarm and reached for my cell phone to quickly check the weather. I was surprised to find the BibleGateway app open showing a scripture verse. I know that when I closed my phone and put it on my nightstand there were no open apps and I haven’t even used…

Fall Reading

I have just finished reading Lynn Austin’s new book “Waves of Mercy”.  I received a free copy of the book from Bethany House Publishers. I’m thrilled to be on the launch team for “Waves of Mercy”. Released on October 4th this book immediately became #1 on Christianbook and Amazon in the category of Christian Historical Fiction. The…

Timeless Message

I invite you to travel back in time by listening to an audio recording. When: July 1974 Where: Lausanne, Switzerland What: The first International Congress on World Evangelization Who: Corrie ten Boom The International Congress on World Evangelization was the result of Dr. Billy Graham’s interest to re-frame Christian mission in a world of political, economic, intellectual, and religious…

Consider the Cost

A few days ago, I pulled this old shirt out of my closet. I got the shirt at a Steve Camp concert in the early 90s. The words on the shirt remind me that many today are hearing a wrong message. I am talking about people who attempt to share Jesus as if they are selling a…

One Way Door

Corrie ten Boom spoke to many groups of people all over the world. Sometimes she visited and shared her story in prisons. She made a video especially for prisoners. Even if you are not living in a prison building, you may find that you are a prisoner. She had this in mind as she spoke on…

Don’t Leave Without Jesus

In  John 6:1-15  we read about  Jesus, the disciples, and a large crowd of hungry people. Jesus provides a meal for all the people even though the only food available was 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish. There is so much in this account to study and savor. However this post is going to…

Happy?

Let me begin this post by sharing that I am not one who is easily impressed by new books. As a matter of fact, I feel that we have too many books being published at this time and most are not worthy of our time or money. In the categories of Christian Living and Personal…

My Favorite Daily Devotional

 As I mentioned in an earlier blog post Coffee with Jesus  I like to have my Bible, journal, daily devotional book and current Bible study all within reach during my morning quiet time. My favorite daily devotional book is Each New Day by Corrie ten Boom.  The format of this little treasure book is perfect for anyone….

Mentor

What is a mentor? a wise and trusted counselor or teacher a person who trains and guides someone an experienced and trusted adviser A good Christian mentor will always be directing your focus to Jesus. They will live out what they teach. Their guidance will be Bible based. It was at the very start of…

Coffee with Jesus

All I need is a little coffee and a whole lot of Jesus  Have you seen the above statement floating around on social media? In a lighthearted way it points out that Jesus is or should be the #1 priority of each day. I wrote a little about this subject in the earlier post First Things…