"...As I share my insight of what I have experienced so far, I will say that A Lenten Journey with Mother Mary will definitely invite readers to experience a sense of wonder, while deepening their relationship with the Blessed Mother. And, in my personal opinion, to know and love Mary is to know and love her Son, Jesus..." Read more about the latest book review in time for Amazon Prime shipping to get it to your doorstep on Ash Wednesday!
Joyful Momentum: A Book Review
"I have skills and training in leadership, organizational management, and facilitating groups, but as a social worker, not a person in ministry. I have often felt as though I have been flying by the seat of my pants for the past six years, and was eager to pick up some wisdom, knowledge, and insight from someone who has focused extensively on growing and sustaining women's groups..." Read more about this Book Review of the latest women's ministry book, Joyful Momentum, and add it to your reading list today!
The St. Monica Club: A Book Review
"Throughout the chapters of The Saint Monica Club, Ms. Green gives gentle, loving, and powerful reminders to her readers..." Today's book review highlights a new release by Sophia Institute Press, and offers encouragement to those whose loved ones have turned their backs on the Catholic Faith.
At the Foot of the Cross: A Request from this Military Spouse
"There is a saying that, 'Nobody prays harder for peace than Servicemembers and their families.' As a faithful military spouse, you will find me at the foot of the Cross this weekend, fervently offering my prayers for peace... And, I beseech you to take these ideas and share them with your own family and friends. Click the share button, or share directly from social media." Have you been watching the news lately? Don't miss out on these ideas to assist the local military family you may know...
Bold, Brave, Catholic: “Start with Jesus” Book Review
For the conclusion of the "Bold, Brave, Catholic" series, I feature a review of a book designed to assist readers in living as "Bold, Brave, Catholic" in their daily lives. How will you live your faith in a bold and brave manner for 2020?