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Michelle’s Review of “How Can I Run a Tight Ship When I’m Surrounded by Loose Cannons?” by Kathi Macias In this book, Kathi Macias has captured the insecurity of so many women and fleshed it out in words. It’s that secret desire to discover a magic formula for perfection that hides our not-so-secret flaws. Kathi reveals what women need to know regarding the comparison game. The perfect women doesn’t exist, and those seem mature and polished aren’t as put together as others would believe! It’s a breath of fresh air to have someone give the reader permission to be who […]Continue reading
Author of the Week: Kathi Macias This week, I’m featuring author Kathi Macias. For Kathi’s blog tour, her publicist from KCW Communications has offered some information about the book, about the author, and a fun interview with Kathi. About the Book: (Homeland, CA) – For all the Christian women in the world who dread reading Proverbs 31 and wonder who on earth could ever live up to that woman – this book is for you. Between dirty diapers, complaining children, housework, husbands and a multitude of other attention-grabbing detours women face, award-winning author and speaker, Kathi Macias finds a way […]Continue reading
From time to time, I offer free books. This time, I’m giving away a copy of “The Deuteronomy Project” by Richard R. Couser. I mentioned this book on the blog a little while back. This book offers the most unique method for studying a book of the Bible that I have ever seen. Couser has taken the entire book of Deuteronomy and explained it by using dialogue between two main characters and several other characters within the book. Much of it is a conversation between Hal, a retired pastor, and Chris, a lawyer who persuades Hal to be his mentor. […]Continue reading
I spent four days this week with people who gave me a sense of camaraderie that doesn’t exist in most of my other social circles. As nearly 200 people gathered in the north woods for an annual convention, we had one thing in common; we were all involved in camp ministry in some way. From executives, to maintenance people, interns, housekeepers, secretaries, and ministry wives, we connected because of our common goal of reaching people through outdoor ministry. We celebrated our diversity. We bunked together in cabins and snored in harmony with one another (while some of us shared a […]Continue reading
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