A courageous 18-year-old from Nashville gave up every comfort and convenience to become the adoptive mother to 13 girls in Uganda.
Book Review: The Color of Rain is about two families going beyond the pain of loss to find love again.
Libbi’s Nonfiction Book Review Made to Crave for Young Women, by Shaunti Feldhahn and Lysa TerKeurst (This book was given to me for free from Zstreet team.) Every single person, man, woman, boy or girl, has a longing on the inside of us. The longing for something more. We have longings to be loved, to […]
Nonfiction Book Review by Libbi~ Culture Shift, by R. Alber Mohler Jr. America is losing her heart. She is becoming a dirtied, hopeless, and heartless criminal. With issues ranging from debt to the horrendous crime of abortion, America needs a shove in the right direction. And quick. Not only are Americans consumed by are technological […]
Nonfiction Book Review by Libbi God’s Love Letters to You, by Dr. Larry Crabb In this forty day devotional, Dr. Larry went through (obviously) forty different books of the Bible, based off of his book “66 Love Letters”. In that book, he went through each of the books of the Bible, and rewrote it in […]