Biblical Historical Fiction

Isaiah’s Daughter by Mesu Andrews (w/Link to Giveaway)

My Review From one of the best biblical fiction authors of our day comes Isaiah’s Daughter. This new story by Mesu Andrews is based upon the writings of the prophet Isaiah and the kingship of Hezekiah (2 Kings 18-20). In the opening scenes, Andrews introduces readers to a young orphan girl named Ishma (whose name means desolation). Having… Continue reading Isaiah’s Daughter by Mesu Andrews (w/Link to Giveaway)

Christian Non-Fiction

Review: CSB Spurgeon Study Bible

My Thoughts I obtained my copy of the CSB Spurgeon Study Bible at the end of November. This has allowed me a little over a month to familiarize myself with both the Christian Standard Bible (CSB) translation as well as the addition of Spurgeon’s works in this publication. Four covers are available from the publisher,… Continue reading Review: CSB Spurgeon Study Bible

Special Features

New Year, New Release, New Author! Evelyn M. Hill Visits Christian Shelf-Esteem (Giveaway)

What would you do if you woke up one morning and your identity was gone? Would you be the same person you are now? Can you forget love? Memories are a crucial part of our identity. They shape us. They teach us patience and forbearance, or they haunt us with old pain. In His Forgotten… Continue reading New Year, New Release, New Author! Evelyn M. Hill Visits Christian Shelf-Esteem (Giveaway)

Special Features

Army of God – More Than Your Sunday School Noah’s Ark

Hello, I’m Dennis Bailey, and I’m the author of the just released Biblical thriller, Army of God. You know, there’s a reason the story of Noah’s Ark is one of the most beloved and enduring of all time? A righteous man, his family, and two of every animal on earth are spared from a catastrophic… Continue reading Army of God – More Than Your Sunday School Noah’s Ark

Audiobooks

5 Reasons to Read The House on Foster Hill

Dearest Readers, It’s been quiet around here and for good reason. I am a planner and a year ago when I was putting together my blogging schedule, I intentionally chose to keep December very low-key. Everyone is busy this time of year; to-do lists are long and our focus rightly shifts to celebrating the birth of… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read The House on Foster Hill

Special Features

Christine Dillon Interview with an International Giveaway of Grace in Strange Disguise (eBook Format)

Hello, my bookish friends, I hope this post finds you all doing well! If you are in the United States you may be making Thanksgiving preparations. Perhaps, like me, you are enjoying a little extra time off with your children this week. Wherever you are, welcome! Today I have a special guest I’d like you… Continue reading Christine Dillon Interview with an International Giveaway of Grace in Strange Disguise (eBook Format)

Biblical Historical Fiction

Jerusalem Rising: Adah’s Journey by Barbara M. Britton

JERUSALEM RISING: ADAH’S JOURNEY  (Coming November 10, 2017) I have taught the story of Nehemiah many times. Nehemiah helped restore the wall around Jerusalem and also led a revival among the people of Israel. In the list of builders, I read about Shallum and his daughters. Wait! Girls helped build the wall? Women construction workers?… Continue reading Jerusalem Rising: Adah’s Journey by Barbara M. Britton