Reviews by Erin Beauchamp
On 4/26 Erin Beauchamp wrote: I recently received the book Clean A Proven Plan for Men Committed to Sexual Integrity by Douglas Weiss, PhD through the Booksneeze program. Normally I don’t read the introductions of books, but the intro in this book was more intriguing than most. The intro tells of Dr. Weiss’ own struggles with ... Book Review- Clean A Proven Plan for Men Committed to Sexual Integrity by Douglas Weiss, PhD.
On 4/4 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Stress Test by Richard L. Mabry was a fast paced, engaging novel which I received through the booksneeze program. Dr. Matt Newman was on the verge of beginning what he thought was a new life complete with a new career and a future with his long time girlfriend. All of that ended when he found himself ... Book Review- Stress Test by Richard L. Mabry, M.D.
On 1/31 Erin Beauchamp wrote: I had the pleasure of reviewing Waiting for Morning which I received from the Booksneeze program. Waiting for Morning by Margaret Brownley is the second in her The Brides of Last Chance Ranch series. In spite of this I did not feel that I had missed out on any back story by not reading the first book. ... Book review- Waiting For Morning
On 12/8 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Betrayal by Robin Lee Hatcher is the second in her “Where the Heart Lives” series and I had the privilege of reviewing it for the Booksneeze program. “A thoughtful romance from the turn of the century, Betrayalwill take you…into the souls of two seekers learning to trust God’s love no matter ... Book Review- Betrayal
On 11/1 Erin Beauchamp wrote: The River by Michael Neale- which I received through Thomas Nelson's book review program Booksneeze- was just an ok read for me. While I thought it was well written it was not a story that held my attention. The story in itself is about a young man who lives his life in fear because of a tragic accident ... Book Review- The River by Michael Neale
On 8/22 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Wisdom Meets Passion – When Generations Collide and Collaborate by Dan Miller and Jared Angaza offers a two generation perspective on living a life of passion through the eyes of wisdom. This father and son team up to talk about such subjects as work, money and education. They come to the conclusion ... Book Review- Wisdom Meets Passion by Dan Miller and Jared Angaza
On 8/12 Erin Beauchamp wrote: The Reason is the debut book from author William Sirls. I did some research about this author because he wasn’t one I’d ever heard of before and it turns out he first got the idea for this book before going to jail for money laundering. When lightening srikes the cross outside a church a town doctor ... Book Review- The Reason by William Sirls
On 8/1 Erin Beauchamp wrote: House of Mercy by Erin Healy was a really good read. Not quite as absorbing as the books she has co authored with Ted Dekker. However, those books have an additional element of suspense. This book has its own element of suspense. When Beth makes a decision the repercussions show that one wrong step can ... Book Review- House of Mercy by Erin Healy
On 5/18 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Arms of Love by Kelly Long is one of the best Christian Romance novels I have read in a long time and I read a lot of them! I am not usually a fan of books written about the Amish, but this one focuses not so much on the Amish way of life that seems to prevail in other books in this genre. Instead it ... Book Review- Arms of Love by Kelly Long
On 4/23 Erin Beauchamp wrote: “When God selected Mary He was looking for heart. God set out to find the precise woman who could give her heart to Him, completely and wholly. He wanted a woman with whom He could entrust His perfect Son. This was going to be no ordinary woman. Or was it?” Hickem says in the first chapter. She goes ... Book Review- Heaven in Her Arms by Catherine Hickem
On 4/23 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Eyes of Justice is the fourth installment of the Triple Threat Club series by Lis Wiehl. Written just as skillfully as Face of Betrayal, Hand of Fate and Heart of Ice it is full of adventure, mystery and thrills. In this book the Triple Threat Club lose one of their own and the remaining two set out ... Book Review- Eyes of Justice by Lis Wiehl with April Henry
On 3/7 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Constantly Craving, by Marilyn Meberg is a must read for anyone who is craving more. Doesn’t matter WHAT you’re craving, we as humans are imprinted with this unquenchable desire for more. “Eve, of Genesis fame, was…the first woman in recorded history who did not want to be who she was or where ... Book Review- Constantly Craving by Marilyn Meberg
On 2/1 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Heart of Ice was a great Christian suspense novel! Written by Lis Wiehl and April Henry It definitely kept me turning the pages and involved. I did figure out the who-done-it portion of the mystery before the end of the book but this is nothing new for me. The story is part of a series, but never did ... Book Review- Heart of Ice by Lis Wiehl with April Henry
On 11/7 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Invasion was three hundred and nineteen pages of Christian science fiction. It was geared, I felt, more towards the young adult set and in that vein it is fast paced. It offers new thrills that you likely won’t find within the Christian fiction set. The first in the C.H.A.O.S. Trilogy it introduces ... Book Review- Invasion by Jon S Lewis
On 9/30 Erin Beauchamp wrote: The Love and Respect Experience by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs was just as great as his book Love and Respect. The Experience is a devotional written so that men will enjoy and based on the assumption that women will love it. It is written in such a way that the couple can read it together or separately, taking ... The Love and Respect Experience
On 1/29 Erin Beauchamp wrote: I finished reading The Shelter of God's Promises by Sheila Walsh this week and it was definitely a 'God moment' kind of book. I'd been taking the reading kind of slow, even though it's a very easy read and now I know why. I got to the chapter about 'Strength' and read it on the anniversary of the death ... Book Review- The Shelter of God's Promises
On 1/5 Erin Beauchamp wrote: To be quite honest I got this book to review and then got so utterly lost in what the author was trying to say that I didn't read the whole thing. I put it down intending to pick it back up later when I thought I would have more time to digest it. And then we moved, and it got lost in the jumble. And ... Book Review- The Selfless Gene Living with God and Darwin
On 1/18 Erin Beauchamp wrote: WOW! If I had to sum it up in one word it would be WOW! Love and Respect, by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs is simply an incredible book. It's not a guide, or a tool, or a lesson. It is a lifechanging message. Whether you're in a great marriage, a good marriage, a mediocre marriage or a failing marriage this ... Love and Respect, life changing!
On 9/19 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Fearless by Max Lucado is an extremely good book. It is well written with lots of biblical passages, chock full of wisdom and with just the right amount of wit, he takes today's relevant fears and lays them bare before the scriptures. Max systematically explores the different things we are afraid of ... Fearless...How to live a life without fear!
On 8/10 Erin Beauchamp wrote: This is a very well done toddler Bible. The stories are clear and concise, they really cut to the heart of the story and kept them short enough to hold the attention of a two year old. Our almost two year old loves the pictures and the stories. Some interesting features include an activity at the end ... Colorful and Simple
On 7/24 Erin Beauchamp wrote: WOW. That would sum up Crisis in Christianity in one word. And I don't mean wow in a good way. I can say, in all honesty that this is one book I don't think I'd recommend to people. Mostly because of the fact that I disagree with the author, not entirely, but with most of what he says. I felt that Hank ... Interesting and chafing
On 7/24 Erin Beauchamp wrote: So, I read the book The Noticer by Andy Andrews. I found it to be an easy read, and fairly entertaining, though I'm sure that entertaining was not the author's goal with this book. It was chock full of wisdom that seemed taken from other people's books. For instance, during a conversation about love,one ... Entertaining, a good breakdown of more complex ideas.
On 4/29 Erin Beauchamp wrote: I just finished Higher Hope by Robert Whitlow, the second in his Tides of Truth series. Higher Hope is about Tami Taylor, a law student, who gets assigned to a libel/slander case against a local preacher. This local preacher is said to have a miraculous gift of prophecy. While Tami is working on this ... Interesting Enough
On 4/4 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Ok Honestly, I thought The Great Eight was not so great. Not bad mind you, but not great. It was chock full of personal stories about Scott Hamilton, most of which I found interesting. All of which were at least somewhat relevant to the point he was trying to make in any given chapter. The basic of the ... It was interesting at least
On 1/8 Erin Beauchamp wrote: Rex by Cathleen Lewis is the ultimate story of God's grace. It is chock full of personal stories from a mother's perspective, stories that will make you laugh and cry, and these stories tell about Rex...Lewis takes you on a journey with her and Rex as they conquer his disabilities and together learn ... Rex is a touching true story.