Blog, Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEW: Truth for Life by Alistair Begg

Published by The Good Book Company (November 2021) I use affiliate links in some of my blog posts. If you click through and make a purchase, I earn a small commission at no extra cost to yourself. Thank you for your support! Alistair Begg's new devotional is biblically solid, rich in wisdom and immensely practical.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Truth for Life by Alistair Begg

All Posts, Blog

Ruth’s Roundup – November 2021

When I get a moment (they are few and far between, but few is still something, right?), I tuck into a book, read an article, come across a thought-provoking message and think, this needs to be shared. Ruth’s Roundup is a post released once a month where I will share with you some content I have been engaging… Continue reading Ruth’s Roundup – November 2021

Blog, Book Reviews, Suffering

BOOK REVIEW: A Certain Brightness by Philippa Ruth Wilson

Published by Christian Focus (May 2021) This book has to be one of the best I have had the pleasure of reading and reviewing. Perhaps it is because it speaks so tenderly and compassionately to the weary, fragile soul. Maybe it is because it's beautifully written and is accompanied with sketched illustrations by Rebekah Lesan… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A Certain Brightness by Philippa Ruth Wilson

All Posts, Blog

Ruth’s Roundup – October 2021

When I get a moment (they are few and far between, but few is still something, right?), I tuck into a book, read an article, come across a thought-provoking message and think, this needs to be shared. Ruth's Roundup is a post released once a month where I will share with you some content I… Continue reading Ruth’s Roundup – October 2021

Blog, Book Reviews, Suffering

BOOK REVIEW: Suffering by Paul David Tripp

Published by Crossway (September 2018) I use affiliate links in some of my blog posts. If you click through and make a purchase, I earn a small commission at no extra cost to yourself. Thank you for your support! The title is one we are all too familiar with if we've been on this earth… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Suffering by Paul David Tripp

All Posts, Blog, Suffering

Two Books That Helped Me Through A Cancer Relapse

Just a short post today on two books that I was very thankful for as I went through a Hodgkin's Lymphoma relapse earlier this year. God on Mute by Pete Grieg Going through cancer for the second time has brought new thoughts to my mind in comparison to being a twenty-something student who had lymphoma… Continue reading Two Books That Helped Me Through A Cancer Relapse

All Posts

Pray Big by Alistair Begg – BOOK REVIEW

It's probably happened to the best of us, but prayer can prove to be a challenge. Sometimes we don't know where to start. At other times we have so much to pray for we don't know where to finish. Maybe our mind drifts. Or maybe we just don't get around to it, unless we are… Continue reading Pray Big by Alistair Begg – BOOK REVIEW

All Posts

More > Real by Jon Brown – BOOK REVIEW

More > Real explores how readers can have an honest, real faith and live the full life that Jesus has come to give us, even in the storms of life. What I love about this book is that Jon does not shy away from the realities and complexities of life, yet he also does not… Continue reading More > Real by Jon Brown – BOOK REVIEW

All Posts

God’s Biker by Sean Stillman – BOOK REVIEW

If you want to be taken on a journey across continents, with people from all backgrounds and stories that intertwine in incredible ways, then read this. It's a powerful book of how God is at work in the margins of society and uses ordinary and often unlikely people in extraordinary and profound ways. Sean Stillman… Continue reading God’s Biker by Sean Stillman – BOOK REVIEW

All Posts

Catching Contentment by Liz Carter – BOOK REVIEW

Looking for a beautiful gift for Christmas? Liz Carter's 'Catching Contentment' has been one of the best books I have read in such a long time. She writes from the heart of what it means to be contented, even when all of our circumstances can be screaming at us to be the opposite. Liz has… Continue reading Catching Contentment by Liz Carter – BOOK REVIEW