Emerson Eggerichs, the bestselling author of Love & Respect, just released a new book, Mother & Son: The Respect Effect. Eggerichs Love & Respect has transformed many marriages with the understanding of the way women need to be shown love, while men crave respect. What about our sons? The need for respect doesn’t suddenly show up when a boy gets married.
When life becomes difficult for a friend or acquaintance, it’s often difficult to know how to help. Not knowing what to do often turns into doing nothing. Just Show Up: The Dance of Walking Through Suffering Together by Kara Tippetts and Jill Lynn Buteyn teaches the importance of just showing up when another is walking a tough road.
My latest review book from Family Christian is Be The Best Mom You Can Be: A Practical Guide to Raising Whole Children in a Broken Generation by Marina Slayton. When my oldest children were under 5 I read just about every parenting book I could get my hands on, but in the past years I haven’t read any parenting books. I’m just coasting along doing the best I can. It was
I’m not sure how I made it this far into life as an avid reader without reading anything by Max Lucado. This month Family Christian sent Max Lucado’s latest book, Glory Days for review. Earlier this summer I read and reviewed my first Max Lucado book You’ll Get Through This. It felt like it was written just for me- as if Max Lucado knew my entire story and my emotions. Well, along came Glory
My 10-year-old loves horses and identifies herself as a ‘tomboy.’ Reading doesn’t come easy for her, so unless its mandatory reading time or assigned reading, she must really be interested in a book to choose to read on her own time. I struggle to find reading material she will truly enjoy. When I was offered a book for review called Tales from the Circle C Ranch by Susan K. Marlow, I thought it