This Too Shall Last | Book Review

This Too Shall Last | Book Review

Raw. Honest. Relatable. Perfect words to describe the beautiful book written by K.J. Ramsey.

This Too Shall Last combines theology, neuroscience, and personal testimony to examine the complex topic of suffering.

Throughout the book, K.J. encourages readers to transform long-held beliefs related to pain and suffering. From the shame we hold to the belief that our pain is something that, once we crack, will magically go away, K.J. artfully highlights how suffering can be a transformational space—one where we are present to pain and receptive to grace.

In Want + Plenty | Book Review

In Want + Plenty | Book Review

First-time author Meredith McDaniel beautifully shares how to open our eyes to see the manna in our midst in the book In Want + Plenty: Waking up to God’s Provision in a Land of Longing.

Life doesn’t always make sense, but as I read the pages of this book, I was reminded that not only has God provided historically, but He provides in the present. When we seek His goodness, we are bound to find it.

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Best of 2019 Books + 2020 Reading List

Best of 2019 Books + 2020 Reading List

A new decade is just around the corner. Before we jump into the new year, I took some time to reflect on the books that held the most meaning to me this year. Uncover that list as well as my 2020 reading plans.

What I Read: November

What I Read: November

While recovering from surgery, I had extra time to read this month. The content consumed ranged from lighthearted to difficult to read. At the conclusion of a few of the fictional books, I was left to deal with all the emotion I experienced while reading. 

What I Read: October

What I Read: October

Fall has arrived. As daylight steadily diminishes, a good book and a hot cup of tea seems to be the perfect remedy as the warm days of summer depart.

I’m sharing the books I read in October as well as the next few books I plan to enjoy as the days grow shorter and the temperatures continue to drop.