The Captain Takes a Wife by Doris Durbin

As Captain Harry Richardson is boarding a train, he finds a woman in need of help. Sarah Franklin is running away from an arranged marriage, and she begs him to help her. When they are followed onto the train, the pair decide that getting married may make the people pursuing Sarah give up, but they […]

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Whispers in the Reading Room by Shelley Gray

Lydia Bancroft’s world is a world of books, until a mysterious, dark-eyed man begins to frequent the reading room where she works as a librarian. He never speaks a word to her until a chance meeting puts him in the position to be her rescuer. She soon discovers that he is none other than the […]

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One Word 365 (2017)

     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 little late, but my […]

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The Silver Blade by Sally Gardner

With his beloved Sido safe in London, Yann heads back to France to help smuggle aristocrats, who would be doomed to face the guillotine, out of the country. Despite the danger, Sido and Yann write to each other, but her guardian’s disapproval, and a long-kept secret about Yann’s past, could tear them apart. When Sido […]

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The Legacy of Luther by R.C. Sproul and Stephen J. Nichols

It is impossible to talk about the Reformation without talking about Martin Luther. His Ninety-Five Theses jumpstarted this movement in the church that led back to the truth of justification. This book is a collection of essays, written by some of today’s top Reformed theologians and pastors, on different aspects of Luther’s life and theology, including […]

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Luther and Katharina by Jody Hedlund

In 1523, roughly five years after Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of a church in Wittenberg, Germany, the reformation of the Catholic Church is spreading. When the writings of Luther reach a group of nuns, sheltered in a convent for most of their lives, Sister Katharina leads their escape. Joining the […]

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My Plans for 2017

My plans for the new year are about the same as last year, but here they are written out as a reminder for myself, as well as others. More Bible Study/Reading Ligonier Connect – I am still enjoying learning through this online service, and will continue to do so this year. Professor Horner’s Bible Reading […]

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