The new blogzine format includes posts that have three elements: 1) a practical real-life article to inspire you to repurpose your own struggles or challenges into growth opportunities, 2) a fun repurposed or before-and-after idea, and 3) a reading recommendation for you to consider. Check out the podcast or vlog for this content on the go! Michelle loves books, all things trash-to-treasure, and helping women discover hope - something she hopes you enjoy in every issue!
Can Deuteronomy be the basis for a fiction story that contains solid Biblical truth? I’m about to find out. This week I’m tackling a 500 page work of fiction titled “The Deuteronomy Project” by Richard B. Couser. Several months ago, Couser went to be with the Lord after a battle with cancer, and in honor […]Continue reading
Recently, I spent a week in California and it was a refreshing break from the Wisconsin Narnia. For the non-Narnia fans that’s never-ending winter. Now, lest the rest of you who live in tundra climates feel a twinge of envy, I must admit that I was near San Francisco and the February temps there were […]Continue reading
Michelle’s Review of “Daniel’s Den”: With today’s economy, it isn’t difficult to imagine an investment scheme complete with government involvement. And it isn’t hard to envision the desperation of a criminal who wants to cover his tracks. In “Daniel’s Den” author Brandt Dodson had the foresight to craft a plot that seems more like non-fiction […]Continue reading
What do P.I.’s, writers and scrapbookers all have in common? They are the main characters in my recent reading. I picked up three debut novels this month to expand my horizons a bit. We all have favorite writer’s don’t we? But it’s fun to read some new authors sometimes! Private InvestigatorIn “Original Sin“, author Brandt […]Continue reading
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