Review of The Mystery of Garabandal by LR Walker

In 1961, the Virgin Mary reportedly appeared to four young Spanish girls in the remote village of Garabandal. The visitations went on for four years, during which the Virgin Mary and the Archangel Michael were said to give the girls… Read more

Review of Faith in Crisis by Jim and Shirley Carroll

Jim Carroll was working in Kuwait during the 1990 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Jim’s wife Shirley, and their seven children, were stranded in the couple’s summer home in Georgia, with no means of income and very little information about Jim’s… Read more

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 Misfit Faith by Jason J. Stellman

As a former Protestant pastor, who has converted to Catholicism, Jason Stellman attempts to address religious doubts. Through scripture, humor and a touch of sarcasm, the author shares his story in Misfit Faith. There is no denying that the author… Read more

Review of Ed’s Tohlet by Don Keele Jr.

Most Christians know that the Bible is filled with inspirational stories. This is a wonderfully effective way to learn God’s word and the teachings of Jesus. Jesus himself was a gifted storyteller. Ed’s Tohlet is also full of encouraging and… Read more

Review of Sabbatical of the Mind by David L. Winters

David Winters was working for a government agency and was just six years from retirement when he decided he needed a break from his high-stress life. He evaluated his finances and other key aspects of his life and chose to… Read more

Review of Me Too by Jon Weece

We all go through trials and tribulations in our lives. No one said it would be an easy, carefree life. The Bible does not tell us this. In fact, the Bible is filled with passages that detail the struggles of… 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 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