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Faith & Lifestyle
Hi, I’m Shirley.
I’m so glad you’re here! Is your life overflowing with too many commitments or constant distractions? Are you longing for purpose and not sure what to do about it?
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Christian Book Reviews
Christian adult nonfiction and Christian children’s books are my specialties. Are you an author or publisher?
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- Living Water Book Review★★★★ God is in the details and can be found in even the smallest elements in nature. Just imagine. A flower as intricate as a marigold or a lake reflection of guardian trees—both as mysterious Read more
- Jesus Protects Book Review★★★★★ Jesus Protects promises to give you a bold spirit. Jesus Protects offers reflections on David’s victory over Goliath and how to apply the same truths into your life. It spans 20 weeks and focuses Read more
- Hellven Book Review★★★★ Do you consider yourself a worldly Christian who struggles with sin on a daily basis? If the answer is yes, then know that you are not alone, that God still loves you, and that Read more
- Parable of the Lost Coin Spiritual LessonsParable of the Lost Coin Summary The Parable of the Lost Coin is found in the Bible in the Book of Luke 15:8-10. In it, a woman loses one of ten silver coins and keeps Read more
- Lessons about God from the Parable of the Vineyard WorkersThe parables of Jesus teach us valuable life lessons, but some can be confusing. In the case of the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard, the vineyard owner seems to treat his best workers Read more
- Grief Doesn’t Do Math Book Review★★★★ Grief Doesn’t Do Math offers comfort and connection, while embracing a personal way to experience and endure the grieving process on one’s own terms. Grief Doesn’t Do Math envisions a wider lens for grievers Read more