Review: A View from the Back Pew by Tim O’Donnell

Tim O’Donnell takes us on a journey from his life in Catholic school, annoying the nuns, to college including a study abroad time in Rome, and into his career. Through it all he is searching for a deeper spiritual connection to God, rejecting the dogma of the Roman Catholic Church …

Hearing from God Each Morning by Joyce Meyer

Hearing from God Each Morning by Joyce Meyer I’m looking forward to reading these daily devotionals, starting tomorrow. A new year, a fresh start, a new habit. I probably won’t be reading them first thing in the morning, since I’m useless before my shower, and too busy trying to get …

Mailbox Monday

Marcia at The Printed Page hosts Mailbox Monday every week. Everyone at our house got some great books this week for Christmas. First, we have Amber’s gifts. Percy Jackson and the Olympians (The Complete Series) by Rick Riordan The Unusual Suspects (The Sisters Grimm, Book 2) by Michael Buckley The …

Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller

Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality¬†by Donald Miller “I never liked jazz music because jazz music doesn’t resolve. . . . I used to not like God because God didn’t resolve. But that was before any of this happened.” In Donald Miller’s early years, he was vaguely familiar …

Trinity by Joseph F. Girzone

Trinity: A New Living Spirituality¬†by Joseph F. Girzone From the dustjacket: With Trinity, Joseph Girzone guides readers to a deeper understanding of this foundational concept, explaining why it is not antiquated theological dogma, but a living expression of the very essence of God. He offers support and clarity to those …