Chill Summer Thursdays: To All the (Nonfiction) Books I’ve Loved Before

Two weeks ago I took you all on a walk through my historical bookshelves with a list of my all-time favorite novels from the past several years. Today I’m sharing a similar ...

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Chill Summer Thursday: To All the Books I’ve Loved Before

As much as I wish it were not the case, I’m not great at remembering books I have read—the specifics (naturally), but in many instances even the titles and summaries. I do ...

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Meet the “Book Blogger” Tag

Last month one of my favorite book bloggers participated in a blogger tag. I enjoyed getting to know Carol and her reading life more through the tag and thought I would join ...

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Let’s Play! Board Games Your Kids (and You) Will Love!

How do you feel about board games (or, as my 3-year-old nephew calls them, “people games”)? Personally, I’m a big fan and always have been. We played a lot of games when ...

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Lately // February 2022

After a January that dragged, February flew right by. We have been BUSY! I have accidentally found myself involved in FOUR separate Bible studies/small groups, in addition to serving on Sunday mornings ...

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Lately // January 2022

Let’s give a big round of applause to ALL OF US for making it to the end of January, this month that lasted approximately eighty-seven days (give or take a week). Honestly, ...

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Two Thousand Twenty-One // The Highlights!

This year was not an easy one for far too many people. For me personally, it was both the best and the worst of years. It started out rough, got worse, then ...

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2021 Reading Wrap-Up and My Best Books of the Year

The month of December abounds with goodness and joy and all things magical, not the least of which is the many Best Of lists filling our feeds in these closing days of ...

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Bibles for Littles: Five of Our Favorites

There is a lot that goes into the spiritual education of our children, but a huge component is, of course, exposing them to Scripture. I’m a big believer in the importance of ...

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Two Thousand Twenty: The Highlights

Over the past several years of blogging, I’ve established a year-end tradition of reflecting on the previous calendar year with a post commemorating the year’s highlights and favorites. Though 2020 was far ...

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