Book Review: ‘The Confession’ by Robert Whitlow

In Holt Douglas's line of work, there's nothing sweeter than a confession of guilt. Assistant D.A. Holt Douglas makes his living exposing lies and sending criminals to jail in Ashley County, Georgia. His job is always easier when defendants, instead of remaining silent, blame someone else or try to excuse their actions. With a confession … Continue reading Book Review: ‘The Confession’ by Robert Whitlow

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Book Review: ‘Seagrass Pier’ by Colleen Coble

Elin Summerall didn't know why she was having nightmares, until she realized they weren't hers.  After receiving a heart transplant, she discovered they were from the donor.  Now, what did these nightmares mean? If you like Nicholas Sparks, you'll like Colleen Coble.  There's romance and suspense, and it takes place in a summer home on … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Seagrass Pier’ by Colleen Coble

Book Review: ‘Love Skip Jump’ by Shelene Bryan

Love- Have the right view of God, and love others as Christ loves us Skip- Skip one thing (a meal, a movie, etc.) and give that money to help others Jump- Jump in without any doubt, knowing that this is what God wants you to do, and trust in Him If you have a heart … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Love Skip Jump’ by Shelene Bryan

Book Review: ‘The Romance Of Religion’ by Dwight Longenecker

  I don't know where to begin with this book. It's good, there are many things that he writes that would be great quotes. There's a lot of alliteration, and a lot to take in. I found myself nodding at a lot of the things he said, but I also found myself putting it down … Continue reading Book Review: ‘The Romance Of Religion’ by Dwight Longenecker

Book Review: ‘Snapshot’ by Lis Wiehl

Snapshot is a fictional story based on a real picture. I'd give it four stars. Mom and I both read this book in two days (each), probably because nothing else is going on in our lives. But it's fairly easy to read. Most of the chapters are short (two to three pages), which is probably … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Snapshot’ by Lis Wiehl

Book Review: ‘Forgiveness’ by Matthew West

Matthew West has always been a story-teller, through music though.  "Next Thing You Know," off of his History album, is a story about himself.  But for his Into The Light album, he decided to go a different route. He had to have surgery that kept him silent for a year.  A singer who had to keep quiet...that's rough.  But … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Forgiveness’ by Matthew West

Book Review: ‘Gods At War’ by Kyle Idleman

Kyle Idleman wrote a book called, "Not A Fan."  It was a t.v. show that Mom and I started watching before we found out it was a book.  I saw "Gods At War" in a magazine for LifeWay, and when I went over to Booksneeze and I saw that it was available, I knew I … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Gods At War’ by Kyle Idleman

Book Review: ‘Wisdom Meets Passion’ by Dan Miller and Jared Angaza

This book talks about how the "older" generation has wisdom, and the "younger" generation has passion (I put quotes around those words because, well, some people fit better in one than the other).  It's a book about how these two generations should work together to enhance their lives.  Wisdom should learn how to have the … Continue reading Book Review: ‘Wisdom Meets Passion’ by Dan Miller and Jared Angaza

Book Review: ‘One Big Thing’ by Phil Cooke

What comes easy to you?  What do you love?  What drives you crazy?  Three questions that Cooke asks to help you find what you are most passionate about, what your One Big Thing is. This book found me where I am. Phil Cook has written a book suitable for everyone.  Those who know, and those … Continue reading Book Review: ‘One Big Thing’ by Phil Cooke