Reviews by PJ
On 4/8 PJ wrote: The first thing that drew me to this book was the title - "Intentional Parenting." My approach to my marriage, my friendships, my kids, and managing my home is to be intentional. So needless to say, I was very excited to see what this book was all about. One of the big benefits of this ... Book Review: Intentional Parenting
On 2/3 PJ wrote: I recently read through the devotional book "Unglued" by Lysa Terkeurst. I was a huge fan of her previous study called Made to Crave and have yet to complete her new study Unglued. So when the devotional to Unglued was available for me to read - I jumped on it! This devotional is a companion to the ... Unglued the Devotional
On 1/12 PJ wrote: I recently read Dr. Richard Lee's new book called, "The Coming Revolution." This book is an excellent read if you are of the mindset that America is on the wrong path heading towards destruction and away from our country's true heritage. Dr. Lee brilliantly lays out a clear picture for a ... Book Review: The Coming Revolution
On 4/6 PJ wrote: I just finished the book, "Eyes of Justice" by Lis Wiehl. Or maybe I should say I flew through the book in a day - it was that good! This book is about three friends: Cassidy Shaw a crime reporter, Allison Pierce a federal prosecutor, and Nicole Hedges a FBI special agent. They were named a "Triple Threat" ... Excellent Suspense Thriller!
On 3/3 PJ wrote: I recently finished the book, "Cliques, Hicks, and Ugly Sticks - Confessions of April Grace" by K.D. McCrite. It chronicles the life of 11 year old April Grace and all the troubles she faces as she begins Junior High. This book was extremely entertaining for me as a mom because the entire book was written ... Cliques, Hicks, and Ugly Sticks
On 11/9 PJ wrote: I recently finished the book, "No he can't. How Barack Obama is dismantling hope and change," by Kevin McCullough. I was a bit skeptical when I first began. I didn't want it to be written by a conservative author ranting about the terrible job Barack Obama has been doing without any substance or proof. ... Relevant and Specific
On 5/23 PJ wrote: I recently finished "Daddy Dates" by Greg Wright. It's a book about a dad who woke up one day and realized he was in charge of 4 little girls. What a huge responsibility! He decided from that day on to intentionally pursue them in order to raise confident and well loved young ladies. In this book, Greg ... Book Review: Daddy Dates
On 4/27 PJ wrote: I had the privilege of reviewing Max Lucado's new book called, "Max on Life." This is a 250 page book of questions that Max has been asked throughout his 30 plus years of ministry. His hope is that through answering some of those questions, we the reader will benefit from his wisdom and insight.I must ... Book Review: Max on Life
On 3/31 PJ wrote: I recently finished the book "Illegals - the unacceptable cost of America's failure to control its borders" by Darrell Ankarlo. This book is definitely a must read for anyone who not only wants a in depth explanation of the problem with the borders, but also some solutions. Our border is a problem. That ... Book Review: Illegals
On 12/1 PJ wrote: I was given the book "The Grace of God" by Andy Stanley to review way back in September and it's taken me this long to finish it. It's not because it couldn't hold my attention, rather, it was so intellectually deep, it took me nearly 2 months to finish. I would literally read a few pages and then have ... Book Review: The Grace of God
On 9/29 PJ wrote: I recently finished "The Prophecy Answer Book" by David Jeremiah. It's a compact 4 x 6 inch question and answer book that gives an overview of what the Bible has to say about the end times.As someone who loves both David Jeremiah and prophecy, this book definitely met my expectations! There are 7 chapters ... Book Review - "The Prophecy Answer Book"
On 5/24 PJ wrote: I had the privilege of reviewing the book "God's Promises for Girls" by Jack Countryman and Amy Parker. It is the cutest book but even more importantly, what's inside is even better! There are 127 pages packed with adorable illustrations and encouragement from scripture for young girls.It contains 7 ... Book Review: God's Promises for Girls
On 4/25 PJ wrote: I must say, I was extremely excited to see that Lisa Whelchel's new book called, "Friendships for Grownups" was available for me to review. I am a huge fan of her writing! I've read "Creative Correction," "The Busy Mom's Guide to Prayer," and Taking care of the ME in Mommy" - and have loved every one. ... Book Review: Friendship for Grownups
On 4/8 PJ wrote: A Century Turns: New Hopes, New Fears America by William J. Bennett William J. Bennett is a fascinating historical read. It has taken me 3 months to complete this book because of it's detailed content and well worth the time.I have a huge love for history. And this book does an amazing job at delivering ... Book Review: A Century Turns
On 1/31 PJ wrote: Thomas Nelson Publishers recently sent me the Word of Promise New Testament on CD. It is a dramatic reading of the entire New Testament in the New King James Version.I was quite impressed with the cast of actors that they put together for this project. Talent such as Jim Caviezel as Jesus, Marisa Tomei ... Book Review: The Word of Promise
On 1/4 PJ wrote: I recently read Newt Gingrich's book, "Rediscovering God in America - Reflections on the role of faith in our Nation's history and future." Let me tell you, I was completely inspired! In an age of political correctness and keeping God out of everything, this book goes against the mainstream and actually ... Book Review: Rediscovering God in America
On 11/13 PJ wrote: This book is a followup from the authors of "Same kind of different as me." If you haven't read that book first - READ IT! It tells a true story of an unlikely friendship between a rich art dealer, Ron, and a homeless man, Denver. One of the most moving, mind changing, and selfless books I've read. ... Book Review: What Difference Do it Make?
On 9/29 PJ wrote: To be honest, I'm not quite sure how I feel about this book. I've read his previous book "Blue Like Jazz," so I knew ahead of time that Donald Miller's writing style is completely different than any other writer that I read. (On a side note, "Blue Like Jazz" is a great book!)Even with that knowledge, ... Book Review: "A Million Miles in a Thousand Years" and a GIVEAWAY!
On 9/8 PJ wrote: I recently finished the book "Fearless" by Max Lucado. The one word that comes to my mind is - RELEVANT! In this day and age where there are so many uncertainties, this book artfully addresses how to live life without fear.The book begins with a question - "Imagine your life wholly untouched by angst. ... Book Review - Fearless
On 8/18 PJ wrote: I must admit, when I chose this book to review I had never even heard of Rick and Bubba. However, when I read the synopsis of the book, I immediately thought this would be a light, funny, and easy read. I was ready to laugh out loud.And that I did. This book is funny! But you have to have a sense of ... Book Review
On 7/28 PJ wrote: "What's he really thinking" by Paula Rinehart is an indepth look into the mind of a man. Through her years of counseling, Ms. Rinehart unlocks the mystery surrounding many topics that we have all wondered about. Topics such as the influence of a woman, why men are made to make things happen, ways men ... Book Review - What's He Really Thinking?
On 7/8 PJ wrote: Can you imagine being hungry and thirsty? REALLY hungry and thirsty. So hungry that you are willing to give away your child to a stranger so that they will feed him? That actually happens in our world. 9 million people per year die of hunger. And so tells the tale of this extremely life changing book ... The Hole in our Gospel by Richard Stearns