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.
“I write historical fiction because I love history, especially the little-known stories of ordinary people.
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
With Mother’s Day behind us, Father’s Day is just around the corner. If you’re a planner, you may already be thinking ahead about what you want to get the men in your life.
“Jesus’ love compels us to do the unthinkable, awkward parts of initiating friendship — ‘And he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them and wa
Are you a caregiver or someone seeking hope amidst grief? The following resources can help equip, uplift, and strengthen you for the journey.
It’s that time of year again—graduation season! If you’re looking for thoughtful gift ideas beyond the customary cash gift, may we suggest an inspiring read? These books will help equip and encourage graduates to
“Family stories also make great fodder for novelists.”
By Cathy Gohlke, author of the book A Hundred Crickets Singing
Family stories influence generations.
Deep roots take time to grow, and the consistent habits of Bible reading and prayer simply don’t happen overnight.