Dear Sister: Book Review and Free Download

Dear Sister is not the usual book that I review. It's actually a compilation of letters written by Gisela Yohannan written to encourage women living in locations around the world that are hostile to Christianity. They cover seven years of letters from 1999-2005. Gisela Yohannan's husband is the Director of Gospel for Asia. Gisela ministers to…

Along a Storied Trail: Book Review

I've got so much going on nowadays that I'm not doing many book reviews, but when I read the synopsis for Along a Storied Trail, I had to make an exception. Kentucky packhorse librarian Tansy Calhoun doesn't mind the rough trails and long hours as she serves her mountain community during the Great Depression. Even…

Gary LeVox One On One – Music Review

I love discovering new music so when I was invited to preview Gary LeVox's first solo EP, I jumped at the chance. I'm so glad I did. I love it! I look for three different types of music: 1) Writing music - soothing, familiar, often instrumental that I can have playing in the background while…

Arise to Peace: Daily Devotional

Arise to Peace daily devotional

I've always enjoyed books that are a compilation of authors. I love to have an overall theme with different voices sharing their perspectives or their stories. Arise to Peace is one of those books, and I'm honored to be one of the contributing writers. Arise to Peace is a 72 day devotional book with the…

Dreams Rekindled: Book Review

Dreams Rekindled book review

When selecting historic fiction books, I lean towards turn of the century, especially those that take place in the southern states. I don't read many western stories, unless there's a specific draw for me. Dreams Rekindled by Amanda Cabot had that draw when I saw it involved a newspaper and the impact journalists have on…

NIV Verse Mapping Bible – Review

Verse Mapping Bible Review by Sharon Wilharm

I remember when a Bible was just a Bible, and all you had to choose from when selecting a new Bible was which version and binding you wanted. Nowadays, the possibilities are limitless. Bibles are themed, each targeting a different demographic and approaching the Word of God from a different perspective. The NIV Verse Verse…

The Moonlight School – Book Review

The Moonlight School Review by Sharon Wilharm

I'm obsessed with the turn of the century time period. I live in a late 1800's house, I love Victorian furniture, and my favorite books take place in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Set the story in the south, especially Tennessee or Kentucky, and I'm in. The Moonlight School by Suzanne Woods Fisher meets…