The Weight of Memory

Given a few months, at most, to live, Paul Elias sets off to his hometown to find a new family for his granddaughter, Pearl. Stories that Pearl tells bring up memories from Paul’s younger days, and visiting his hometown makes things even more complicated, and dangerous. Shawn Smucker has a unique way of telling a […]

The 12th Imam

The end times have been written about by numerous people. Even so, this book is unique in how the story is told. Seemingly unrelated events come together and reveal that the world is in the last days. People who missed out on the Rapture realize that the trouble has just begun. Though Christians are not […]

On the Spectrum

Growing up, I never heard about autism. I was out of college before I even met someone that had been diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum. However, I want to know as much as I can about how to help them, especially when it comes to serving in church. That made this book one […]

Right Cross

John Cross wants to leave his old life behind, but it seems to keep coming back. Asked to do one more mission for the Company, he agrees, but gets more than he bargained for. Swept back into the world of danger and intrigue, Cross will have to once again use his skills while working to […]

The Paris Betrayal

Ben Calix experiences many problems after he is given severance. Throughout all the trouble, he maintains his loyalty and duty. He also learns that there is more at play in life than he expected. Starting with page one, the action grabs you and doesn’t let go. Each page makes you want to turn to the […]

Return of the God Hypothesis

For a long time, people have tried to fill their need for God by relying on science. It is a fairly widespread belief that science has disproven God, but there are discoveries that show this to be incorrect. Stephen C. Meyer addresses three of the major ones in Return of the God Hypothesis. Science has […]

Being a Christian Without Being an Idiot!

There are ideas in Christianity that have become “canon,” but are not really true. Some are from people being overzealous, others came from honest mistakes. Brad Stine address several of these in Being a Christian Without Being an Idiot! I’ve been a fan of Brad Stine’s comedy for a long time, so I was eager […]

Homeschool Hacks

The pandemic of 2020 caused many kids to learn at home. Even if they still went to public school, lessons were done in their houses. Though many parents had to participate in a version of homeschooling, there were a number that made the decision to jump headlong into total homeschooling. This can be a scary […]

A Hobbit Devotional

By itself, The Hobbit is a classic that both entertains and subtlety teaches lessons. Bilbo learns more than he intended to through his journey, and readers get to understand those lessons through the story. Ed Strauss has taken that a step further by connecting them to biblical truths. Using points from The Hobbit, Strauss turns […]

Faithful in Small Things

A quick look around is all it takes to see people in need. Our attention may go to the homeless in our area, or to other countries that don’t have the amenities that most people in our country do. Maybe we don’t have the capability to give money so we just feel for them. However, […]