Finally. That was my first response to Dr. Earl Henslin’s book This is Your Brain on Joy. Finally, a psychologist who recognizes the spiritually of a person. Finally, a Christian who understands the physical aspects of mental illness. Dr. Henslin explains how the brain works and how each area of the brain affects each person.
Tooth fairy school? Failing tooth fairy school? Who would have thought it could happen? But it seem to be for Fairy May, the title character for Jo Linsdell’s latest children’s book. Poor Fairy May is having trouble in tooth fairy school. She can’t quite get the spells and potions, and fairy dust. But Fairy May
As someone caring for an ill or elderly loved one, you understand that your role can push you to the limit, press on every nerve—and yet fill you with a deep sense of love and peace of mind. Beloved authors Cecil Murphey and Twila Belk know this too. Beautifully written and full of gentle wisdom,
Will my test post be seen?
As editor of a small regional magazine, I began following the sailing Sunderland family when Zac was nearing the end of his record-breaking trip circumnavigating the globe. It wasn’t long after he returned that word reached my desk that his sister, Abby, would be attempting her own record-breaking journey. After following Zac, and having had
I’m not usually drawn to romance novels and the current crop of dark romance really hasn’t appealed to me. I was drawn to Juliet Immortal, not because it falls into either of these categories, but because of the unique story premise. Stacy Jay’s most recent addition to dark romance for young adults (read teens) brings