How to Win the War Ahead
by Chuck D. Pierce
Pub Date 04 Oct 2016
to all mankind.
Let It Out
A Journey Through Journaling
by Katie Dalebout
Hay House, Inc.
Self-Help, Crafts & Hobbies
Pub Date 05 Apr 2016
I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Let It Out through the publisher and Netgalley:
In this book Katie Dalebout encourages us to approach journaling like you would a scavenger hunt.
She also encourages us to explpore our feelings in the journal, we are reminded the importance of being
honest with ourselves and our emotions in Let It Out.
We are encouraged to Let It Out in the morning, anything on our minds, we should write down, in a seperate notebook or Favorite journal because Let It Out is meant to be interactive.
I give Let It Out five out of five stars.
I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of But Then I Came Back through the publisher and Netgalley:
Eden Jones is seventeen when she comes back from the brink of death. She spent a month in a coma. She spends her eighteenth birthday in the hospital.
Even after she wakes up from the coma, Eden experiences long periods of unconsciousness, hallucinations, and struggles with simple things like chewing and swallowing food.
Can Eden Jones rediscover her life, and find a zest for life once again?
Will she allow romance to enter her heart and life?
And will she ever understand why some people wake up from Coma’s and others never do.
I recomend But Then I Came Again to those fourteen and over due, to intense subject matters and occassional strong language.
Five out of five stars:
Praying the Psalms
Growing Emotionally Closer to God and Those You Love
by Rick Stedman
Harvest House Publishers
I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Praying the Psalms through the publisher and Netgalley:
In Praying the Psalms we are reminded of the power of our emotions. The author points out that that our emotions can in fact serve to strengthen our relationship with the Lord.
Praying the Psalms would be great for a personal study on the Psalms, or for a group study.
I give Praying the Psalms five out of five stars