Book review: the second book from Emily Ackerman - looking at reclaiming life in the context of chronic illness
William Cowper tried to commit suicide several times, yet wrote some of the most sublime hymns. David Brainerd set the bar so high, yet his mood was so low. What can we learn from these men of history?
With compelling stories and raw honesty, this book describes a re-entry to "normality" after two years on the mission field of Mozambique.
There are few people that one meets in life who have confronted death as starkly as Nigel Mumford has, and who can then describe their experiences for the benefit of others. This book is a remarkable testament to the triumph of spiritual healing.
This book is about finding true significance in a culture of self-esteem. The roller coaster of 'self-esteem' and boosting yourself up has left us hollow.
My candid (and I'm told) often humorous memoir demonstrates that things don't always go as expected – particularly with three kids in tow and an oft-absent husband. Setting up home in Houston placed me in the eye of hurricane Ike, a frisky piano teacher..