The Emotionally Destructive Marriage: A Review and Giveaway


“To the bravest women I know. Your faith, strength, and courage inspire me.“ This is Leslie Vernick’s dedication in her brand new book, The Emotionally Destructive Marriage: How to Find Your Voice and Reclaim Your Hope, written for women or anyone who wants to help women dealing with a silent, insidious abuse that often infects […]

Notes from My Journal: Stepping Heavenward

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By Natalie, Editress of Visionary Womanhood Books have always been my friends. Through their pages I learn about the Creator, human nature, other countries, the consequences of sin, the glories of redemption, how time heals all wounds, and how hope rises—even in dark corners. One of my life-long friends is Stepping Heavenward by Elizabeth Prentiss. […]

Helping Your Child See Jesus in the WHOLE Bible


By Natalie, Editress of Visionary Womanhood I Don’t Measure Up I grew up in a first generation Christian home. My folks got saved when I was in grade school. Growing up, I always thought that I had to be brave, like Daniel. Have faith, like Abraham. Be surrendered, like Mary. Be meek, like Moses. Then […]

Fit to Burst Review and Giveaway!


By Natalie, Editress of Visionary Womanhood A couple of years ago I read Rachel’s first book, Loving the Little Years, and fell in love. It made me laugh AND cry. And isn’t that the best feeling in the whole wide world? My niece, Christa Blakey, who lives in the same town and KNOWS Rachel, is […]

Got Poked in the Eye by Accidental Pharisees


In our journey with God, sometimes it takes years for something to go from being merely head knowledge, to being heart change.  And consequently, life change. A few weeks ago I agreed to do a book review, not knowing how God was going to use that book to turn on a light bulb. Five years […]

Can You Pass This History Quiz?

Ruins of Temple of Poseidon in Greece

The following quiz is taken from our featured book, Assumptions That Affect Our Lives, by Christian Overman. What time and place in history do the following statements describe?  People, especially the educated ones, have rejected traditional religion. Cults from the East have been accepted. Astrology is practiced. Patriotism has declined. Men practice manners which have […]

Critical Tool for Building a Strong, Healthy Child for Life

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When you get a new gizmo, where do you turn for instructions on how to get it put together and working properly?  The inventor/creator usually tucks the directions in with the all the other pieces and parts, and if you follow them, you end up with a useful product.  That’s the idea anyway. Have you […]

Do You Find it Hard to Pray?


The following is a review of Developing a Healthy Prayer Life by James W. Beeke and Joel R. Beeke,  written by Jeannette Paulson. Jeannette lives in Apple Valley, MN, with her husband Harlan.   They have eight children, they homeschool, and they love good books.  Jeannette desires the name of God to be hallowed first […]