All They Ask For is Courage


Please take a moment to watch this short video before reading. For those of us who live with religious freedom in countries like the USA, these may look more like scenes from a movie… but they’re not. In countries where Islam, Hinduism, and even atheistic communism rule the land, Christians are persecuted every day. Jobs […]

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The Priest’s Graveyard by Ted Dekker


     When his mother and sisters are killed during a religious war, Danny Hansen makes it his calling to deal with the injustice in the world. Renee Gilmore is a victim of such injustice. When the love of her life is killed, she vows to avenge his death by going after his killer. These two […]

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Mornings With Jesus 2012: A Devotional


     Mornings With Jesus 2012 is a collection of writings from seven women sharing their thoughts on Jesus, the example He set, and the instructions He gave us. This devotional challenges you to set aside a few minutes each morning to spend with Jesus. Each day’s reading is no more than one page long. You […]

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Song-lyrics Sunday 1/15/12


After I read my current book I’m going to start working on my Middle Earth reading goal. I’m also starting reasearch and planning on my very first novel, which is both exciting and scary. Both of these projects will be detailed and time-consuming, and I will need a lot of guidance from God for the […]

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Tyndale by David Teems


     Where would we be without the English Bible? How many people would never have read the Word of God for themselves? In “Tyndale: The Man Who Gave God an English Voice” David Teems takes us through a time in history when translating the Bible into English was considered heretical and criminal. He follows the path of William Tyndale’s life as […]

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Monday Musings 1/2/12


Hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading, this week’s musing asks… What is/are the first book(s) you’re reading for the new year? I am currently reading “Tyndale: The Man who Gave God an English Voice” by David Teems. It’s a biography of William Tyndale (what little is known about him personally) and his work on […]

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My Plans for 2012


So, here we are. It’s a new year and everyone is making New Year’s Resolutions. I don’t do resolutions. They don’t stick. But I do like to set goals for myself, so here are some of the things I plan on doing this year that you may see on this blog. 1) More Bible Study: […]

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