Tuesday, August 15, 2017

English Lessons

I received a copy of English Lessons from Blogging for Books. I was so excited to chose this book from their site. I have long been a reader of Max Lucado and was interested to see what his daughter had to say. I also grew up in a Christian home and could relate to many of the topics discussed in the book. She tells of her time studying abroad and finding the foundation of her faith for herself. This is something everyone will need to do at some point. Andrea portrayed this struggle and process so honestly and I really appreciated that. I would definitely recommend this book to any Christian!
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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Nothing To Prove

I've never read a book written by Jennie Allen, but a few years ago I went through a Bible study of hers entitled Stuck. I felt like she was so down to earth and very open about her life struggles. Since then I've meant to read a book of hers, but just hadn't made the effort to pick on up. When I saw this pop up as an option in Blogging for Books I was so excited. I felt like the topic was so appropriate for the culture we live in now with social media. The goal behind the book is to realize our worth is in Jesus alone. I would definitely recommend this book- even if you feel like you already have "Nothing to Prove" reading Jennie's story will be such an encouragement.
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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Alexander Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton is quite the popular man nowadays. Luckily for us he is such an interesting figure once people delve into who he was. I thought this book was such an easy and fun read. The author did a wonderful job of informing but still keeping the topic interesting. The book was witty much like we imagine the subject to be. I would definitely recommend this book to just about everyone! Wit, comedy, history, self help- it's got it all!

I received this copy from Blogging for Books in exchange for a review.
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