Devotions from the Kitchen Table: A Review

Devotions from the Kitchen Table by Stacey Edwards is one I picked up because my parents’ kitchen table changed my life. And it changed, and continues to change, the lives of so many people. I have a love for “the table” and have written about it often here on Inspiration Clothesline. After reading the book […]

Continue Reading

The Magic of Motherhood: book review

  This book, The Magic of Motherhood, by Ashlee Gadd is so perfectly titled. Magic is so elusive and uncertain, just like Motherhood. It is enthralling, can be exhausting (especially when trying to figure it out), and wholly engaging – mind, body, and spirit. The essays in this book address each of these key components […]

Continue Reading

You Are Free: Book Review

While I cannot say You Are Free by Rebekah Lyons is one of a kind I can say that it’s message is SO MUCH more than its 231 pages. I believe this book is part of a movement. The themes of freedom, rescue, calling, confession, rest, grief, weakness, celebration, bravery… they are common themes among […]

Continue Reading

Happily Homemade: A Cookbook Review

Oh my this book!  Happily Homemade by Rachel Schultz has captivated me. I cannot believe how gorgeous the photography is, how practical the recipes are, and how easy this book is to use. I think I have a new favorite. While there are new (to me) ingredients or new ways to use them, like using […]

Continue Reading

Jesus Calling Coloring Book: a review

So I’ll be honest. I’m new to the world of coloring and truthfully I could use your advice. I was thrilled to get the chance to review “Jesus Calling Creative Coloring and Hand Lettering” by Sarah Young because I truly am new to this form of creativity and the book itself is so inspiring. As […]

Continue Reading

The Cherished Quilt: A book review

The Cherished Quilt by Amy Clipston is a story filled with family, Faith, messy relationships, and complicated people. I’ve read the others in the  Amish Heirloom Novel series and this one did not disappoint. I love that each story can run completely independent of each other and yet there’s some beautiful connections between them. I […]

Continue Reading

3 Tools for Entering the New Year: and a book review

For almost 10 years now I have chosen a word to propel my year. Over the years I’ve explored “authenticity,” “transparency,” “simplicity,” “privacy,” occasionally a word took me more than one year and this past year I chose “present.” I have yet to decide on a word for this year, but in the process I’ve […]

Continue Reading

A Month of Sundays: Book Review

A Month of Sundays: Striding Toward Spiritual Refreshment One Sunday at a Time by Paula Hartman just came out in March and although filled with 100 plus recipes it’s truest gift is the insight into Sabbath and rest that it provides. What a delightful fall read. It was perfect for a cold, rainy weekend. I […]

Continue Reading

“Uninvited” and a Little Secret: A Book Review

I had the complete pleasure of reading “Univinted” by Lysa TerKeurst this fall. Not only is this book a great one to inspire growth and change personally, but also to help inform your other relationships. I would argue that given time and community this book can be for everyone. It produced more self awareness and […]

Continue Reading