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  1. Right now, Culture Care, written by artist Makoto Fujimura, is what’s inspiring me.l His words about art and beauty and soul care are a worship experience!

  2. I’ve got 3 of those on my list – “Different”, “She Reads Truth”, and the one about Martin Luther. Also Holley Gerth’s “Do You Know You’re Already Amazing Devotional”, and I’d like to read “Hidden Figures” (I’ve only recently found out it’s a book as well as a film).

  3. Good morning…
    So many good “reads” …so little time. I wish that when I was in confirmation class in the Presbyterian church growing up that we got to read “Katharina and Marin Luther” instead of the dry material on the Reformation. I love books that bring humanity and life to historical people in the church. Michele Morin has written some wonderful posts on this book. Liz Curtis Higgs books on some of the women who shaped Biblical history are some of my favorites as well. Funny how behind every good man stands a good woman/women….even behind Jesus….hmmmmm…..
    Thanks and blessings,
    Bev xx

  4. Nothing to Prove and you are free are both great! Chasing Slow is a fun good memoir. And Still Waiting is a well written memoir/Christian living by Ann Swindell.

  5. A lot of good reads out lately. Now I’m devouring “Never Unfriended” by Lisa-Jo Baker & Craving Connection. I have another book on the way by Bonnie Gray. I have time now to read & relax a little. Life has been hectic for the last few years. I was assisting in the caregiving for my aging dad. You never knew when the phone would ring & off to hospital I’d go. Two weeks ago today my dad went to be with the Lord. His earthly suffering is over. He can finally go see the woman of his dreams (mom). He, looking at their wedding picture, asked how to find the pretty woman there.

    Blessings 🙂

  6. I am hoping to read, “Fear Fighting” by Kelly Balarie, “You are Free” by Rebeka Lyons, “Nothing To Prove”, by Jennie Allen, and Stretched Too Thin” by Jessica Turner

  7. I love all of your posts. But I have vision issues and the light print makes it difficult for me to read. Is there anything you can do to make the posts darker. Thank you so much!