Wow, what a powerful short story! I’ve always thought writing a shorter work would be difficult, given there’s so much less time to develop plot, characters, settings, etc., but Abby did such a great job!Continue reading
Thirty daily devotions to inspire you to work out your own salvation with fear and trembling!
“Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, so now, not only as in my presence but much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.” – Philippians 2:12
I always find books especially interesting that are loosely based on a Biblical story – it’s fun to watch how the author fleshes different aspects of the true story in a fictional one. And in Bridgers, Angie Thompson did an amazing job fictionally portraying the parable of the Good Samaritan.Continue reading
Doubt. Persecution. Forgiveness.Continue reading
Her love seems to have passed him by.
Little does he know that true covenant Love is knocking at his door.
This is my second P.D. Atkerson book (the first being Phantom Thief), and let me tell you something. This book was great, but it was made especially amazing because of the background knowledge I had from Phantom Thief. I think I shall forever be a Gregory fan.
I had seen this book floating around GR for a while now, and I finally got a chance to read it! I wasn’t too sure what to expect – I knew it had something to do with spies, but this is different than your normal espionage read.Continue reading
Wow, what an explosive start to the series! Given this is a dystopian book, you’re bound to have all kinds of action and suspenseful situations, but this book went beyond just mere suspense. It got to the level of tearing my heart out and making me want to scream at certain characters. (Which is a good thing.)Continue reading