I started following Jordan Lee Dooley a few years ago and love everything about her and her mission, so I pretty much let out a squeal when Christian Art Media sent me her book, Own Your Everyday, which I have dubbed the book that every...

If you follow me on my personal account, you will probably know that I love to destress by baking, gardening and Bible Journalling. I find that anything that is methodical and gives me the sense of “completion” helps me work through my anxiety and is...

When I was a teenager, I read somewhere that Oprah kept a gratitude journal and every day, she’d write down five things that she was grateful for.  From fresh flowers to the kindness of strangers, Oprah shared that acknowledging these things made her more receptive...

Francine Rivers has returned to her romantic roots in her latest book, The Masterpiece, which follows two main characters named Roman and Grace. Roman is an artist with a troubled past who uses anger as a weapon and builds walls to make sure he doesn't...

After falling in-love with Redeeming Love, I was eager to tuck into another book by the outstanding Francine Rivers, and thanks to my collaboration with Luchae from My Spreadsheet Brain and CUM Books, we settled on Bridge to Haven as our next read. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to finish the...

Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers came highly recommended by Luchae from My Spreadsheet Brain, and was the first book to start me off on a new obsession with reading every Francine Rivers book that I can get my hands on. Luchae's enthusiasm for sharing Francine...

For the last year or so, I have found a new interest in Bible Journalling. Now, let me start by saying that I am not a creative person. In fact, I am too controlling to find enjoyment in things like painting and drawing and freak...

This past weekend I read Beloved Mess by Kimm Crandall. After not being able to find a book for months, this one captured my attention from the very beginning! Besides feeling like I could write the book myself, only I’d do a less eloquent job...