Beautiful in His Sight by April Gardner

beautifulIt’s 1917, and Halifax is at war. Silas Quinn, street sweeper and army reject, remains on the home front, shunning God and society as religiously as they shun him. But the night he stumbles across a half-frozen prostitute, his eyes blink open, and his greater purpose is born: preserve and protect.

There’d been a day when shop girl Helen Fraser was desperate enough to believe a few nights in a brothel would cure her troubles. By some miracle, Major Jack Gordon deemed her worth saving, but Helen knows her meticulously recreated identity cannot last. What she doesn’t expect is for its destruction to come about, not by a john or one of the madam’s goons, but by a force great enough to flatten a city and bury her alive.

Set against the backdrop of the Halifax Explosion, Beautiful in His Sight is a Christian historical romance that explores unequivocal grace and identity in Christ.

I don’t know how author April Gardner writes as she does so I’ve decided just to go along for the ride. The way she weaves so much history into her stories, giving them substance while still keeping them spell binding, is an art that I appreciate. And this story is no different.

Well developed characters who are so “real” with fears and flaws, yet God in His grace and mercy is there to love people and to change lives. We see forgiveness and redemption beautifully written.

Another great story by Gardner, I highly recommend you read it.  

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


The Amish Widow’s Rescue by Rachel Good

51ZllrfqYLL._SY346_Pregnant and recently widowed, Grace Fisher is determined to provide for her family on her own. Thankfully, her jam business is popular in her Amish community. But it’s difficult keeping up with her work, her farm chores, and her two mischievous children. Especially now that they’ve taken to idolizing their neighbor Elijah. While the handsome farmer is kind and generous, he seems intent on holding Grace and her little ones at a distance…

Elijah Beiler has always admired his neighbor Grace. So standing by while she struggles to support her family isn’t an option. Offering to take over her farm duties, Elijah is determined to help while remaining detached. He knows all too well that love only leads to heartbreak. Yet the more time he spends with Grace and her children, the harder he finds it to leave each day. But can Elijah overcome past hurts and open his heart to this ready-made family?

“A beautiful story of forgiveness and second chances.” -Shelley Shepard Gray, New York Timesbestselling author, on The Amish Teacher’s Gift

It’s always a good book when the characters, although well developed and likeable, have flaws and faults that make them human. Such is this book by author Rachel Good. Grace has become very protective of her family and very resistant to a relationship because of past hurts, yet still tries to honor her husband. Elijah protects the widow and orphan, yet stands in judgement because of past hurts. Both allow God to lead and heal in a wonderful way. Grief and forgiveness are tackled in this story in a big way.

This book was a fun read, but don’t mistake that for being light and fluffy. We see a new widow, a man who has been deeply hurt, and a young woman struggling with releasing her child through adoption. All are very emotional topics, and yet Good adds light heartedness to the story so that the reader isn’t bogged down emotionally.

Book three in the Love and Promises series, you can read it as a standalone but I would encourage you to read the series. It’s very well written and I always learn new things about the Amish community from Good’s books. Pick up a copy today!

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


When I Pray For You by Matthew Paul Turner

615ElSktCKL._SY498_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgWith lyricism, whimsy, and heartfelt emotion, Matthew Paul Turner reveals the tender emotions connected with watching a beloved child grow up and experience the world. Paired with Kimberley Barnes’s vivid and playful illustrations, When I Pray for You is a beautifully affirming book, in which children and parents will see their own stories come to life.

When I Pray for You celebrates the dreams, hopes, and longings parents pray over their children, and shares with the little ones how much care and concern a loved one feels for them.

This is a book you will read to your child again and again. Perfect for any occasion, as well as for milestones including baby showers, birthdays, and graduations.

Author Matthew Paul Turner is very gifted at writing children’s books. I’ve enjoyed sharing each of them with the children in my life, and this one is no different. Beautifully illustrated, as each of his books are, the pictures are sure to draw the attention of your child, helping to open discussion as you are reading to them.

The words in this book. Oh the words. They will hit the heart of each parent and grandparent for they are indeed the things we pray over our children. Poignant, they warmed my heart and even brought tears. It’s wonderful to let our littles know what we are praying for them, and talking about the things we most want for them.

A wonderful book, I encourage you to pick up a copy of it for a parent you know.

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


All Manner of Things by Susie Finkbeiner

MannerWhen Annie Jacobson’s brother Mike enlists as a medic in the Army in 1967, he hands her a piece of paper with the address of their long-estranged father. If anything should happen to him in Vietnam, Mike says, Annie must let their father know.

In Mike’s absence, their father returns to face tragedy at home, adding an extra measure of complication to an already tense time. As they work toward healing and pray fervently for Mike’s safety overseas, letter by letter the Jacobsons must find a way to pull together as a family, regardless of past hurts. In the tumult of this time, Annie and her family grapple with the tension of holding both hope and grief in the same hand, even as they learn to turn to the One who binds the wounds of the brokenhearted.

Author Susie Finkbeiner invites you into the Jacobson family’s home and hearts during a time in which the chaos of the outside world touched their small community in ways they never imagined.

Set in the turbulence of the 60s with the war in Vietnam and racial divide at home, author Susie Finkbeiner captured me from page one. Finkbeiner has a unique way of taking a time in history and putting the reader in the middle of it. With the inclusion of letters written between the characters, it was an unusual but enjoyable way of tracing thoughts and feelings. Of having difficult conversations when a distance a part.

Raw and honest, I was literally reading as fast as I could. I didn’t want it to end yet I so badly needed to know the ending. And yes, I sobbed like a baby the last few chapters. And that’s okay because if we don’t emotionally connect with a book like this then we’ve wasted our time. All Manner of Things is an emotional roller coaster with characters who are desperately depending on God but learn that His ways are not always our ways. As Mike reminds us, “Don’t duck and cover.”

If you enjoy historical fiction then you must get a copy of this book.

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


The Farmer’s Bride by Kathleen Fuller

BrideFrom bestselling author, Kathleen Fuller, comes another heartwarming romantic comedy set in the beloved Amish community of Birch Creek.

“Once you open the book, you won’t put it down until you’ve reached the end.”—Amy Clipston, bestselling author of A Seat by the Hearth, for The Teacher’s Bride

They promised to keep each other’s secrets . . . not realizing they were about to make some of their own.

Martha Detweiler has a problem many Amish women her age would envy: she’s the only single woman in a community of young men, and they’re all competing for her favor. Overwhelmed by the unwanted attention, Martha finds herself constantly fleeing from her would-be suitors, dismayed at what her life has come to.

Birch Creek’s resident matchmaker, Cevilla Schlabach, suggests a solution: Martha and the bishop’s son, Seth Yoder, should pretend they are dating. What better way to keep the other young men away?

But Seth is the only man around not interested in Martha. He has a secret hobby that keeps him away from social gatherings: woodcarving. Having grown up in poverty, he’s determined to keep his father’s farm successful, even if it means he has no time for dating. Then Delilah Stoll, a new resident of Birch Creek, eyes Seth as the perfect man for her granddaughter. Suddenly Cevilla’s proposition doesn’t seem all that ludicrous. Can Seth and Martha convince their family and friends to leave them alone?

The second book in bestselling author Kathleen Fuller’s Amish Brides of Birch Creek series, The Farmer’s Bride celebrates the unexpected power of love and the joy of discovering God’s calling.

This book by author Kathleen Fuller had me chuckling. Often. The way she developed her characters was incredible. They were so true to life. I loved them!

A heart-warming story with lots of emotion, Martha and Seth both struggled with being single in an Amish community that has an adorable matchmaker who makes it hard to say no. As always in Ms. Fuller’s books, God is working in hearts to do His will.

I found this to be a page turner because I wanted to see what in the world would happen next with Martha and all those single guys. I highly recommend grabbing a copy!

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


The Crossing at Cypress Creek by Pam Hillman

CrossingSailing and soldiering around the world has taken Caleb O’Shea far from his native Ireland, so he never imagined that a promise to see a fellow crewman safely home would practically land him on his brother’s doorstep. After spending years away from his family, Caleb isn’t certain what kind of reception he will receive when he steps foot in Natchez, Mississippi. The one thing he knows for sure is that he won’t stay long.

Since her sister was kidnapped by river pirates six months ago, Alanah Adams has taken special care to avoid drawing attention to herself. Those living in the rough-and-tumble settlement of Cypress Creek might even think she’s addled. But when she stumbles into Caleb and his friends in Natchez, she appears to be the picture-perfect lady.

Caleb only catches glimpses of the mysterious and beautiful Alanah before she disappears. But a chance encounter with her at his brother’s logging camp near Cypress Creek leaves him uncomfortable at the thought of the young woman traversing the dangerous area alone. At a crossroads in his life, Caleb must decide whether he wants to give up the worldly adventures he’s been seeking for one closer to home.

Goodness, this has it all! The final book of the Natchez Trace series has mystery, danger, pirates, romance; something for everyone. Author Pam Hillman does a good job of wrapping up her series. You will want to read books 1 and 2 so you understand the nuances in book 3. Believe me, they are well worth the time.

Hillman has obviously researched history when writing this book. I learned a lot about piracy and the danger of the area, as well as a lot about the flora and fauna. I found it extremely interesting and she wove it in so skillfully that it greatly enhanced the story without making it dry.

The characters are well developed and realistic. They have strengths and weaknesses, fears and victories. I love the O’Shea brothers and how they protect those who need it, even when they’re fighting amongst themselves as brothers will. The ladies in the story are strong, as they have to be to survive living in Natchez. And it all comes together so well to make a satisfying ending.

If you enjoy historical fiction with a bit of clean romance then I highly recommend The Crossing at Cypress Creek.

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


Cameo Courtships Collection

CameoA Family Heirloom Inspires Romance

In 1851, a special cameo is gifted by Queen Victoria to Letitia Newton, who though considered an old maid, meets the perfect gentleman minutes after donning. Told by the Queen the cameo is to be shared, Letitia gifts the “Victoria Cameo” to a woman in her family, hoping adventure and romance will follow each of its subsequent wearers.


1851 – Pittsburgh, PA

After receiving the Victoria Cameo, aspiring journalist Clara Newton works to expose a smuggler, but reporter Byron Breaux must break the story first or lose his job. Working together is out of the question until they learn secrets that threaten Clara’s father. . .and her heart.

TAMING PETRA by Jennifer Uhlarik

1875 – Colorado Territory

Trouser-wearing frontierswoman Petra Jayne Hollingsworth has no intention of donning the heirloom cameo, but when a crooked brothel owner steals the treasure, securing its return becomes Petra’s highest priority. Assisting her, Reverend Dustin Owens is appalled to learn the price of its ransom is that Petra must work in the brothel. He may save the woman’s virtue, but can he help Petra regain her cameo and rediscover her faith?

MEET ME AT THE FAIR by Kathleen Y’Barbo

Spring 1885 – New Orleans during the 1884 World’s Fair and Cotton Exposition

It takes a Pinkerton to find a Pinkerton, and Ethan Butler has been charged with finding Elizabeth Newton. Just when he locates her, the cameo he is to deliver is stolen. It appears his previous case has discovered his presence in New Orleans, but he can’t return to that case until the cameo is found. With Miss Newton as a reluctant partner in crime fighting, can Ethan Butler locate the cameo and its thieves without losing his heart?

LENDING MY HEART by Debra E. Marvin

1895 – Pittsburgh, PA

The arrival of a handsome Scottish administrator ruins Miss Bertie Hart’s dream to oversee the new Carnegie Library children’s department. Yet bristly Mr. Russell Smart’s working-class determination and his love of books make him the perfect partner to better the lives of Pittsburgh’s poor. As for a partner in life? Not even her Victoria Cameo can narrow the social chasm he and her father keep between them.

A great collection of novellas that will be enjoyable summer reading for lovers of historical fiction. All four authors have done a thorough job of researching their time period, which spans from 1851 – 1895. (I’ve read other books by these authors and have enjoyed their writing.)

The stories center around a family heirloom, mystery, and romance. A fun set, the characters are well developed and realistic. Starting in England and finishing in Pennsylvania, it was enjoyable watching the cameo travel and link people together.

The authors did such a good job of seamlessly tying all these stories together that I can’t choose a favorite of these four stories. If you enjoy historical fiction I recommend you get a copy of this book, settle back and prepare to enjoy yourself.

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


The Noble Guardian by Michelle Griep

GuardianA Cross-Country Trip through Regency England Brings Intrigue, Rogues, and High Adventure

The must-read conclusion to Michelle Griep’s Bow Street Runners Trilogy: Life couldn’t be better for Abigail Gilbert—but it’s been a long time in coming. Having lived with a family who hated her, it’s finally her time for love. Abby sets off on a journey across England to marry one of the most prestigious gentlemen in the land—until highwaymen upset her plans and threaten her life.

Horse patrol captain Samuel Thatcher arrives just in time to save Abby. But she’s simply another victim in a job he’s come to despise. Tired of the dark side of humanity, he intends to buy land and retire.

Abby pleads with him to escort her for the rest of her journey. He refuses—until she offers him something he desperately needs to achieve his goal. . .money. Delivering her safely will give him more than enough to buy property.

So begins an impossible trek for the cynical lawman and the proper lady. Each will be indelibly changed by the time they reach her betrothed, if they don’t kill one another first—or fall in love.

Oh my! This book by author Michelle Griep has it all!. Mystery, danger, good guys and bad guys, adventure, and mild romance. An extremely skilled storyteller, Griep has included something for everyone!

The characters are well developed and with all the descriptions you’ll feel as if you’re going along on the journey, too. Seriously, Griep did an incredible job of pulling the reader into the story. Samuel Thatcher is an enigma. Dark and brooding, yet very protective of the people in his life even as he tries to keep everyone at arm’s reach. Abigail Gilbert is determined to keep her word, even when doubt tries to come in. Soft hearted, she wants to be loved. I really enjoyed both of them and their walk with God.

Griep continues to give us great books to read. If you enjoy historical fiction that is sometimes raw and gripping, and sometimes full of tender poignancy, then I suggest you get a copy of this book!

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


Wooing Cadie McCaffrey by Bethany Turner

CaddieAfter four years with her boyfriend, Cadie McCaffrey is thinking of ending things. Convinced Will doesn’t love her in the “forever” way she loves him, Cadie believes it’s time for her to let him go before life passes her by. When a misunderstanding leads to a mistake, leaving her hurt, disappointed, and full of regret, she finally sends him packing.

But for Will, the end of their relationship is only the beginning of his quest to figure out how to be the man Cadie wanted him to be. With the dubious guidance of his former pro-athlete work friends and tactics drawn from Cadie’s favorite romantic comedies, Will attempts to win her back. It’s a foolproof plan. What could possibly go wrong?

Bethany Turner is back with more of the heart and humor readers love. Anyone who enjoys a good romance or binges romantic comedies on Netflix will devour this delightful story.

Author Bethany Turner is back with another rom-com that sometimes made me giggle, other times had me frustrated with the characters. But that’s the point; they are living real situations and are less than perfect.

Cadie and Will seemed to have problems communicating, which frustrated me. Which is often real life. At their age shouldn’t they be better at it? But maybe it’s more that they seemed to be trying to protect their hearts? Regardless, their miscommunications will having you chuckling and then shaking your head.

This book is Christian fiction but the characters are not perfect and they….well, I’m not going to spoil it for you. But I’m thankful for a God Who forgives and helps us to move on. Some have called part of the book as inappropriate content. I call it human failing. I don’t want a book where the characters are perfect. I can’t relate to them. As for the complaints about it being “too Christian”, umm…’s Christian fiction. I appreciate the fact that God has a huge part in this story.

The story moved at a decent pace and I enjoyed the flash backs. Cadie sometimes irritated me but I really liked Will. He was trying so hard.

If you enjoy a rom-com that has some more serious moments then give this one a try!

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


Amish Friends Gatherings Cookbook by Wanda Brunstetter

CookbookNew Compilation of the Recipes that Bring the Amish Together

Brand new, from New York Times bestselling author of Amish fiction, Wanda E. Brunstetter, is a collection of over 200 recipes that are great for taking along and sharing where people meet to worship, work, and play. Included are tips for traveling with and serving food as well as personal stories of how gatherings are at the heart of the Amish community. The well-organized book boasts contributions from Amish and Mennonites from across the United States. Categories include Beverages, Snacks, Breads and Rolls, Salads, Side Dishes, Main Dishes, Desserts, and Feeding a Crowd. Encased in a lay-flat binding and presented in full color, home cooks from all backgrounds will want to add this cookbook to their collection. Wanda E. Brunstetter’s Amish Friends Gatherings Cookbook is sure to become a treasured resource.

A really nice spiral bound book that opens and lays flat, author Wanda Brunstetter’s newest cookbook is a delight. I’m enjoying trying new recipes! The recipes are easy to read and understand, and most of the ingredients you’ll find in your pantry.

The book centers on the Amish community; faith and family, and includes a page with a lovely story or sentiment between each section. The pictures are beautiful and will make you want to get in the kitchen.

I’m always surprised with the Amish use of convenience foods instead of everything being from scratch. However the recipes I’ve tried are great and are easy to modify if your diet requires. I recommend grabbing a copy!

I received a complimentary copy but was not required to leave a review.


Holy Noticing by Charles Stone

NoticingDoes your life ever feel like one series of rushed moments after another?

Do you want to feel more present and connected to those you love? Do you want to be able to listen without thinking the whole time of what you’re going to say next? Do you want to feel less distracted, less busy, and more whole? Most of us spend our distracted lives longing to get to the next, better moment and fail to notice the present one. We lack space between one task and the next, one thought and the next, one email and the next. Social media, TV, work deadlines, and family stress steal our enjoyment and engagement in the moment.

Holy Noticing will teach you how to:


  • become more aware of your thoughts, emotions, and environment
  • recognize Christ’s presence in the moment
  • reduce your stress by developing the ability to focus on God and people rather than tasks


Many today think mindfulness is dangerous, unchristian, or associated with Eastern religions—and often it is! But Dr. Charles Stone reveals that the art of holy noticing—purposefully paying attention to God as he works in us, our relationships, and our world—is a spiritual discipline Christians have practiced for millennia. Holy Noticing explores the historically Christian and biblical roots of this lifestyle, as well as Dr. Stone’s BREATHe model, which teaches you to be more engaged with Christ in the everyday moments that too often slip right by us.

Discover the lost spiritual discipline of holy noticing today and learn to engage the world like Christ.

It’s so easy to not notice. To become distracted in our spiritual walk. I found it very interesting that although we talk about how easily distracted we are due to the internet, cell phones, etc, this isn’t a new problem.

Including science and history along with Scripture, Author Charles Stone teaches us how to notice again, using the BREATHe model. I found a lot of good information here and would encourage the reader not to try to implement everything at once or it could become overwhelming.

If you desire a deeper, more intimate walk with Jesus, and need some help slowing down, then I would encourage you to read this book.

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


A Faithful Gathering by Leslie Gould

GatheringLeisel Bachmann left her Amish roots and beloved sisters to pursue a career in medicine without a second thought. She has an Englisch boyfriend, Nick Jordan, and dreams of a new life–but those dreams come crashing down when her sister Marie is diagnosed with cancer.

Soon nothing is going as she planned–not her state boards, not her first nursing job, and certainly not her relationship with Nick. As she becomes increasingly discouraged, her aunt shares the story of Leisel’s grandfather during World War II and the struggle he faced between returning to Lancaster or being with the woman he loved.

Peace and a vision for the future are difficult to find, and when Nick leaves Pennsylvania for a completely new life, Leisel is faced with impossible choices. Will she stay in Lancaster, close to her family and the traditions of her past? Or learn from her grandfather’s story and embrace a life of love and service in an uncertain future?

I thoroughly enjoyed this book by author Leslie Gould. Not a typical Amish story it is still a compelling novel that is book three in The sisters of Lancaster County, I read it as a stand alone as I haven’t read the first two books in the series. I had no trouble following what was going on.

The characters were well developed, life wasn’t all peaches and cream, and God was faithful. Even when questioning why things were happening, the main characters had strong faith during struggles while trying to stay true to who God made them to be.

Sweet and clean, I highly recommend it.


Powerful Prayers for Your Son by Rob & Joanna Teigen

PrayersParents know that their children need their prayers. But sometimes, they aren’t sure where to start. For moms and dads who long to lift their kids up in prayer, Powerful Prayers for Your Daughter and Powerful Prayers for Your Son offer hope, encouragement, and practical help.

Rob and Joanna Teigen assure parents that just because they don’t always understand their son or daughter, that doesn’t mean that God doesn’t. Collecting specific prayers parents can use, along with stories from other parents about how God has answered their prayers, Rob and Joanna give readers a strong foundation to build a lifelong habit of praying for their kids. They also explain what boys and girls need to learn as they grow up, including character, courage, modesty, self-control, forgiveness, and more, so parents can pray for every part of their kids’ lives.

Often we just aren’t sure how to verbalize our concerns for our son(s). This book will help parents intercede for the needs of  our son(s), and express our concerns to God. Written in an easy to read way, each short section of Powerful Prayers includes scripture and prayer for each need. The subjects that are covered include, but are not limited to, salvation, purity, standing up for what’s right, the future, and handling money.Sprinkled throughout are true stories that will help with the application of a specific subject.

This book is a great tool for parents and I highly recommend it.

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


Guy’s Guide to Four Battles Every Young Man Must Face by Jonathan McKee

BattlesHonestly. . .     

  “Why wait for something when I can enjoy it now?”

  “The images don’t really affect me. . . do they?”

  “And how could smoking  a little weed really be bad when it’s becoming

    legalized everywhere?”

  “I’d like to tell you I don’t care what others think, but honestly, I want to be liked.”

Maybe you’re thinking, “I’ve had one. . . maybe even a few of these thoughts, and I don’t know how to even begin to deal with them.”

The good news? You’re not alone. And there is a way to fight these battles head-on, overcoming the past, pressing forward, and becoming the person God designed you to be.

So what’s a guy to do? . . .

Join youth culture expert and author of the popular Guy’s Guide to God, Girls, and the Phone in Your Pocket, Jonathan McKee, as he gets real about the four common battles every young man will encounter in his life:


  • Sexual Temptation
  • Screens
  • Controlled Substances
  • Self-Esteem


With humor and honesty, McKee once again offers up practical, spiritual advice filled with real-world application helping you face today’s distractions.

Author Jonathan McKee writes his book in short chapters that are laced with scripture and true stories. What I really liked is that McKee doesn’t fluff or gloss over the subjects. He speaks plainly, using words and phrases some may find offensive but are exactly what is needed. With hard, honest questions at the end of each chapter along with final thoughts by the author, the young man reading it will be forced to be honest with himself.

This book, if read by parents, would be a great way to start conversations for open discussions with their son(s). It would also make a great group study for young men.

I highly recommend getting a copy!

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.


She Dreams by Tiffany Bluhm

518TGqZfUAL._SY346_Say yes to the dreams God has planted in your heart.

Every woman was born to dream—to live a life of beauty, passion, adventure, and purpose. No matter how big or how small they are, our dreams push us to become women of courage, grace, and grit. God in His goodness breathes new dreams within our hearts and revives the dreams that have died, inviting us to trust Him as we dream impossible dreams that only He can bring to pass—because God not only gives dreams; He fulfills them.

In this six-week study we will look at Moses’ journey to live out the God-sized dream given to him, exposing the ancient wisdom and truth God offers for every woman with a dream beating in her heart. With timely truth and encouraging accounts of God’s heart and hand in the life of Moses as well as in the lives of ordinary women, author Tiffany Bluhm will dare you to dream the impossible dreams the Lord is stirring in your heart, reclaim any broken dreams, and trust God for the victory. Throughout the study you will identify:


  • The role of prayer as you grow into your dreams.
  • The importance of obedience as you pursue what God has for you.
  • Why your dreams are a blessing not only to you but also to others.
  • How your failures can be a gift that help your dreams become a reality.
  • The life-changing love, power, and wisdom of the Dream Giver.


Get ready to discover the role you are designed and destined to play as you partner with God for the impossible!

She Dreams Bible Study Features:


  • Encourages readers to discover and follow their God-given dreams.
  • Learn how to live a life of dreams with this study of prayer, obedience, and the wisdom of God.
  • Helps readers discover the role they are destined to play through partnership with God.
  • An encouraging account of Moses’ journey to live out the God-sized dream given to him.
  • Book can be a stand-alone resource, or combined with the Leader Guide and DVD for a six-week study.


Other components for the Bible study, available separately, include a Study Guide with Leader Helps, and DVD.

It is so easy to become busy and forget to dream. Society often tells us that it’s a waste of time. But dreaming with God, and discovering His dreams for us, is essential to a fulfilled life.

Author Tiffany Bluhm shows us that it’s good to dream, and how to do that. Using her life experience, along with Moses’ journey, she will encourage you to follow your dreams.

I encourage you to pick up a copy and begin to dream again.

I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.