Book Review: A Family Shaped by Grace

By Gary Morland, “A Family Shaped by Grace” is one of those books that intersperses wisdom with anecdotes. There’s a lot to absorb here, but it is worth it. The author bares his soul on the pages. He shares his hard-won lessons, and the readers can profit from his mistakes. It seems as though he […]

Guide to the Empty Nest, by Rainey & Yates

This. Wow, tears fell as I drank in the support and validation provided by this book. It was like they were reading my mind and speaking it back…understanding why it’s hard — even when you’ve launched your children well. Ambivalence…Things are good and not so good at the same time. That about sums up the […]

“The Gift of Friendship” review by Susan

53 tales of extravagent friendship. Contributed by dozens of female authors, this is a book celebrating women’s friendships. It would make a special, wonderful gift. Then borrow it back if you can, because you won’t want to miss the stories held within. I know…buy 2! When I looked the book over, my thoughts ran to […]

Susan Karsten’s latest Book Review: “You’re Loved No Matter What”, by Holley Gerth

This book seems to be geared toward people with confidence/perfectionism issues. As that does not really include me, praise God (Who gets all credit), I can only say that this book presents its ideas gently, palatably, and mixed in with dollops of great anecdotes. I would not hesitate to recommend this one to someone who […]

Latest Book Review: The Financially Confident Woman, by Mary Hunt

What a treat to find that Mary Hunt has written a new book! I used to read her newspaper column (are there still those?;) and got so many great tips from her. I really mean great.┬áNow she has dedicated a whole book to financial matters and the book is loaded with good wisdom. I like […]