Finding my Fringe Hallelujahs

I carried a book with me all day yesterday. We were at school at 7:15am and the bus dropped us back in front of the school at 8pm. It had been a full day on and off buses, chaperoning four 10-year-old girls. We moved between school buses and ferries, the Royal BC museum and the Legislative […]

Thin Places by Mary E. DeMuth

Mary DeMuth already had me at her first two paragraphs of Thin Places: A Memoir: “Growing up, I find myself housed in a scrawny sort of body–legs thin as broomsticks, interrupted by knees so knobby they bang into each other when I walk. My doctor makes me drink whole milk so I’ll fatten up. Kids […]

Not that Afraid: Book Review of Max Lucado’s "Fearless"

Whenever I watch the Wimbledon Championships, I want to grab my tennis racket, go out on a court and hit tennis balls. I want to volley like the pros do, I want to serve at incredible speeds and I want to be part of strong baseline ralleys. Watching the professionals play tennis makes me want […]

Book Review: Jesus Calling by Sarah Young

Don’t Judge this Book by its Cover A few months ago I joined the Thomas Nelson Publishers blogger book review team. What a novel idea. I signed up, agreed to write a review and publish it on my blog as well as one other commercial site. In exchange, I received the book I chose to […]