Tag Archives: forgiveness

(Book review) To be where you are

Jan Karon’s fiction is wonderfully written. This book, as her other Mitford Novels, is organized into short vignettes or scenarios about a wide variety of characters, from the main ones of Father Tim, his wife Cynthia, son Dooley, his wife Lacey and their son Jack to a host of others, in some books taking on minor roles, in some major ones.

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(Book review) When Through Deep Waters

Dekker tells the story of Alicen McCaffery, a single mother whose life changes when her only daughter dies under her watch. Alicen heads to the mountains she used to visit as a kid, but she finds more than just memories there. She begins to see and hear things that cannot possibly be reality, just as her beloved grandmother used to. Alicen is forced to wonder whether she is simply the next in her family to go crazy, or if maybe she has a special gift of perception and there is some truth to what she is seeing.

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(Book review) The Hidden Side

Told from the perspectives of the three women, this book is thrilling, tender, and often heart-wrenching. The plot is gripping, capturing the reader in two stories more than two hundred years apart.

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(Book review) Going Solo

Reviewed by: Hope Bolinger, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Going Solo Author: Robert Beeson Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Publication Date: 2018 Format: Print book Length: 206 pages OVERVIEW Beeson, having experienced a painful divorce, walks single Christian parents through his own narrative of forgiveness and healing. The author has endured every stage of divorce: from the […]

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