American Omens by Travis Thrasher


In 2038 America, technology reigns. Cars drive themselves. Algorithms make is so the simplest tasks, such as picking out your own clothes, never cross your mind. Cheyenne Burne is a programmer who works for the leading tech firm. When her father converts to Christianity, he disappears. As do many other Christians, many never to be […]

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The Long-Distance Race


“The Christian life is not a series of 100-yard sprints; it is like a cross-country race. It’s a long obedience in the same direction.” – Alistair Begg I realized long ago that I’m not a very patient person. I sometimes wonder if it has something to do with the era I’ve spent my teens and […]

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The Holiness of God by R. C. Sproul


We tend to talk a lot about God’s love; His mercy and His grace. Have you ever considered God’s holiness? If not, why not? In this book, Dr. R. C. Sproul explains what God’s holiness is, and how we are to respond to it. The one thing we should never do is try to ignore […]

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Praying with Paul by D. A. Carson


The apostle Paul often spoke of prayer. In the openings of his letters, Paul told his readers how he prayed for them, and asked for prayers in return. Paul’s focus on prayer should draw our attention. D. A. Carson lays out several prayers from Paul’s letters. He breaks them down to reveal what Paul is […]

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From the Ashes by Sabrina Flynn


Atticus Riot took a bullet to his head the day his partner was killed. Three years later, Riot returns to San Francisco to put his ghosts to rest, but the abduction of an heiress snags his attention. Two ransom demands are delivered, and the husband of the abducted Isobel Kingston is hiding the truth. The […]

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2019 Reading List


I mentioned in my OneWord post that I would be focusing more on non-fiction Christian books in the new year, and I wanted to share some of the books I plan to read. Her-Story is a devotional. Each day of the year, you learn about a woman from the Bible or Christian history who had […]

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One Word 365 (2019)


     The purpose of One Word 365 is to put aside the usual New Year’s resolutions that we never seem to keep. Instead, you pick one word. Just one word that you want to spend the year focusing on and living out… whatever that may mean for you, personally. I’m a bit early with this […]

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Mr. Dickens and His Carol by Samantha Silva


Charles Dickens is well-known in London. People greatly anticipate his next story, until his latest book all but flops. His publishers are concerned, and push him to write a Christmas story in just a matter of weeks. But with the holiday so close, a new baby, and children too young to grasp the idea of […]

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The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield


Vida Winter is a famous and loved author, but very little is known about her. Countless interviews turn out to be simple stories she uses to keep her past hidden. As her life is reaching it’s end, she decides to finally tell her story. Vida chooses Margaret Lea, a young biographer who has yet to […]

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Lady of a Thousand Treasures by Sandra Byrd


The Sheffield Brothers firm is well-known among collectors. Trained by her father and her uncle, Miss Eleanor Sheffield is a talented evaluator, able to tell a fraud from a genuine artifact. But in 1860’s England, Eleanor is unable to run the firm as un unwed woman. After her father’s death, her uncle’s health begins to […]

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