Summer Reading

Laying out by a pool with a book {not necessarily a good one}, is my favorite way to relax during the summer. Luckily, this summer, I have some really good books set aside for those spare solitary moments I can sneak in between trips to the park and the grocery store. I haven't done any... Continue Reading →


Book Review: My Princess Bible

Recently I was sent a book to review by Tyndale House Publishing. I requested it because it was entitled, "My Princess Bible." As you know, I have a "princess" in my house, and I figured this would be a great way to funnel that obsession with glamour and beauty into a more solid foundation of... Continue Reading →

Permission to Speak Freely: Book Review & Giveaway

After reading Mad Church Disease earlier this year I eagerly anticipated¬†Anne Jackson's latest book, Permission to Speak Freely. Once again, Jackson is tackling a topic within the church today that's not getting much coverage. This time instead of showing how the church asks too much, she's pointing out that it doesn't ask enough. In May... Continue Reading →

Mad Church Disease: A Book Review

{Overview} "Does working at this church interfere with your communion with Christ?" This question was posed to Anne Jackson following her hospitalization due to stress and burn-out. As a full-time ministry leader she identified with Bill Hybel's statement: "the way I was doing the work of God was destroying the work of God in my... Continue Reading →

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