This morning I flipped through my reading journal to review what I read for the year and to pick out my favorite reads. Among the forty books I read this year, ten made a significant impact on me. Here they are in no particular order: Becoming by Michelle Obama. I feel like I have a … Continue reading Black Women, Britt-Marie, and Gentle and Lowly: 10 Remarkable Reads in 2021
Find out what books I read in the month of June. Which did I love and which books would you love?
If you already are interested in personality tests and analyzing personality then you will love Reading People by Anne Bogel of Modern Mrs. Darcy fame. I was initially drawn to this book because of the cover (yes, I do judge a book by its cover. Sorry, I can’t help it!). I was also drawn to … Continue reading Review of Reading People by Anne Bogel
Katharina Von Bora had no clue she would end up as one of the most famous pastor’s wives in history. her life was not much different than pastor’s wives today. Here’s Katharina Luther's to-do list. Look familiar?
Michelle DeRusha in Katharina and Martin Luther: The Radical Marriage of a Runaway Nun and a Renegade Monk has done a phenomenal job telling the story of this world-changing marriage. How did these two people have a successful marriage despite their lack of example of a godly marriage and their marriage of convenience?
After my two kids got into a fight with each other, my definition of peace was challenged. Was a peaceful day really the same thing as a quiet day?