Book Review : This One Thing I Know

Book Review : This One Thing I Know

This One Thing I Know : A God-designed Life Journey by Coral Maxwell has a gentle tone to it that’s warm and inviting. Throughout the book Coral shares important Christian principles using Bible passages and personal illustrations. The focus of the book is on how God...
Book Review : Threads of Hope Knots of Pain

Book Review : Threads of Hope Knots of Pain

Threads of Hope, Knots of Pain is Kathryn Yaxley’s memoir of the difficult years when she suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) as a young adult. However, it’s more than just a memoir. Recently Kathryn journalled about this period of her life and prayed that...
Book Review : A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23

Book Review : A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23

A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 is now quite old, but has been republished several times. Phillip Keller writes about the 23rd Psalm from the perspective of a shepherd. He is well qualified to do this as he grew up in East Africa amongst herdsmen and also owned a sheep...
Book Review : A Gentle Answer

Book Review : A Gentle Answer

The title of Scott Sauls’ latest book is based on Proverbs 15:1, “A gentle answer turns away wrath.” It’s a well-written discussion on why gentleness is more likely to achieve a peaceful resolution to relational tensions. While I appreciated Saul’s insights, there...
Book Review : The God Who Became Human

Book Review : The God Who Became Human

The God who Became Human is part of the New Studies in Biblical Theology and is an in-depth look at the incarnation. Graham Cole begins with Genesis and looks at the times when God is described as having human physical features, such as hands, face or performing human...
Book Review : Framing Fleur

Book Review : Framing Fleur

Fleur moves back to her hometown, Caldon, to find herself unexpectedly living next door to the charismatic Dan Bateman. Fleur is good friends with Dan’s sister, Clare, but neither Fleur nor Dan are in a good place to be starting a new relationship. Fleur is still...