Category Archive: Book Reviews

Book Review: Cruel Harvest by Fran Elizabeth Grubb

Published by Thomas Nelson Book Description “Get out here, now, or I’m gonna kill you!” he hollered. Little girls are hardwired to hold their daddies in high esteem, so it comes as a… Continue reading

The Voice New Testament: A Review

Before committing to reading and reviewing this New Testament translation for Booksneeze, a reviewing community hosted by Tomas Nelson Publishers, I’d read some of the comments around the Internet that were both complimentary… Continue reading

Book Review: God Loves Broken People by Sheila Walsh

I think it’s safe to say that most people in the world are broken. Some are in denial of this fact and some seem to embrace their brokenness not as a way to… Continue reading

Book Review: Ascent From Darkness, How Satan’s Soldier Became God’s Warrior

The first thing that struck me about Mr. Leehan’s writing was its bluntness. There are very few Christian authors out there that speak in terms that are understood by the secular world or… Continue reading

Book Review: Re-Created for Greatness – A Difficult Read

“If you truly are seeking your promised glory in heaven, journey through the pages of this book to discover some of the things you need to know and practice to ensure your promised… Continue reading

Real Marriage, Really! (a book review)

Mark and Grace Driscoll’s new book caught me off guard with its honesty and brave invitation into some of the most intimate details of a very prominent Christian couple’s marriage. It’s pages cover… Continue reading