Something Worth Doing : a Suffragist story

Something Worth Doing by Jane Kirkpatrick is a novel of an early Suffragist. I needed the story. Not only do I relate, but Abigail Scott the main character, has hope in a time where there is little reason to hope. I’m longing and searching for that same hope. Her calling and giftings, her work ethic, […]

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Two Steps Forward : Fiction Review

Two Steps Forward by Suzanne Woods Fisher is the third in the “Deacon Family Series.” The first is Mending Fences, followed by Stitches in Time. This third installment did not disappoint! We follow the stories of Sylvie Schrock King and Jimmy Fisher through large life transitions, challenging decisions, and watch as their stories entwine with the […]

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An Uncommon Woman: fiction book review

An Uncommon Woman by Laura Frantz immediately captured my attention. Usually it is Frantz’s name that draws me to a book as I trust her stories to be beautifully woven time and time again. This time however it was the title! I just couldn’t resist. Frantz is a talented writer with vivid vocabulary and the […]

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