How do you make more time for reading when your schedule doesn’t look any different in summer than it does the rest of the year? Read these four time-saving tips.
You don’t need to be at the beach or on a pool deck to make reading a leisurely summertime activity!
By Christine McParland
Whether you’re participating in your local library’s summer reading program or you
Play takes our focus off feeling responsible and weighed down with work; it awakens our intellect, provokes our sense of wonder, and refreshes our souls.
Reading quietly, underlining sentences and dog-earing pages, is also a way of knowing God, of loving him with my mind.
In this Advent devotional, Ann Voskamp offers hope to those who feel alone, overwhelmed, and in need of a Christmas miracle.
“The hopes of the godly result in happiness, but the expectations of the wicked come to nothing.
This year, you can read through the entire Bible in as little as fifteen minutes a day.
Whether you’re shopping for gifts for loved ones (or for your own bookshelves—hey, your library needs some love this season, too!), Black Friday weekend has deals in store for you.
Here are three simple practices to help you receive all this sacred season has to offer as you get ready to celebrate the best Christmas yet.
Are you considering adoption and curious about what you might be getting yourself into? Or are you in the midst of raising adopted children and looking for encouragement and support? These books by Christian authors add