Review: The Unholy Trinity

Regardless of how you take his straightforward writing style, Walsh's thesis is clear: The religion of liberalism has become the new, sandy foundation of our society, and we Christians let it happen.

Review: Abide With Me

This book is about love, healing, and what it takes to make a marriage work.

Review: You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay)

In a world attempting to cover up our guilt, shame, self-centeredness, and longing with the phrase "love thyself," Allie Beth Stuckey provides a frank and loving insight into why that is not true, and how to find real answers, in her book You're Not Enough (And That's Okay).

Review: The 5000 Year Leap

Author: Cleon Skousen Publisher: National Center for Constitutional Studies For a book that has incurred quite a bit of hostility and derision, The 5000 Year Leap by Cleon Skousen is discerning, non-aggressive, simple, and direct in its explanation of the Founders' ideas for forming the United States. Skousen's book is divided into what might be called three …

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When Your Calling is Home

"You are not here to get your 'Mrs.' degree." It was my first week at college and I was in a "freshman seminar" class (which was as  pointless as it was a waste of time). The professor spoke these words to her new students to make sure that they knew one thing: by the time …

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