Review of There’s a Fly in My Tea by Crystal Ratcliff

There’s a Fly in My Tea is a book to encourage Christians to faithfully walk in God’s word, so they can be better witnesses for Christ. The book is based on the disciple Peter, using Biblical scripture. There’s a fair… Read more

Review of The Mystery of Hurtleberry House by C. L. Ragsdale

Irene Waters is trying to recover after being fired from her former job. She’s devastated after being wrongly accused of engaging in an inappropriate relationship with a top executive, and has now moved on to a newer and much less… Read more

Review of Outlaw Christian by Jacqueline A. Bussie

I found out a long time ago that it’s easy to remain a loyal and “devout” Christian as long as things don’t get personal. In times of pain and suffering, it’s easy to begin questioning God’s love and faithfulness. I’ve… Read more

Review of Piecing Together Forgiveness by Kristi Burchfiel

Forgiveness can be difficult for many people and that includes Christians. Even when we set aside any sort of religious or spiritual reasons for forgiving someone who has wronged us, deep down most of us recognize how important it is… Read more

Review of The Things We Knew by Catherine West

Lynette Carlisle has been forced to be so strong for so long and now things are beginning to collapse around her. At just twenty-four, she’s had to be the lone caretaker of her family’s crumbling estate and her father, whose… Read more

Review of I Will Follow Jesus Bible Storybook by Judah and Chelsea Smith

There are plenty of children’s Bible storybooks available, but I’ve found that many of them have a tendency to speak down to children. Oversimplifying the Bible and the story of Jesus in particular, can easily be chosen when teaching children…. Read more

Review of Midnight Jesus by Jamie Blaine

Jamie Blaine is a psychotherapist and crisis interventionist. He’s also a Christian and follower of Jesus Christ. Combine these backgrounds and you have the makings of an interesting book. Midnight Jesus is a work of creative non-fiction – meaning that… Read more

Review of Better Not Love Me by Dan Kolbet

  Amelia Cook is a single mom, who’s become burned out by her corporate position at Riddell Industries. She’d only taken the job after her new love, Edwin, died tragically while saving her son, Marcus. But after four years of… Read more

Review of Semi Serious by Charlotte Stone

Charlotte Stone had been a teacher for almost two decades when she decided to make a sudden and dramatic career change. After a casual conversation with her truck driver son-in-law, Charlotte spontaneously decided to go into the trucking business as… Read more

Review of God’s Good News by Billy Graham

Billy Graham is a well-known Evangelical Christian Minister with an incredibly huge following. Mr. Graham is reported to have encouraged more than 3 million people to accept and follow Jesus Christ over the decades. God’s Good News is certainly another… Read more