Book Review: Gabriel Finley and the Raven’s Riddle

Title: Gabriel Finely and the Raven's Riddle Author: George Hagen Illustrator: Scott Bakal Publisher: Random House Children's Books (Schwartz & Wade Books) Resources for Teachers/Librarians: RHTeachers/Librarians Year: 2014 Pages: 252 (e-book via Nook) [Disclaimer: I was provided an ARC of this book in exchange for my fair and unbiased review. I was given no compensation… Continue reading Book Review: Gabriel Finley and the Raven’s Riddle

Book Review: 50 Things You Need to Know about Heaven

Title: 50 Things You Need to Know about Heaven Author: John Hart Publisher: Baker Books (Bethany House) Year: 2014 Pages: 144 (e-book/Nook) Disclaimer: In full disclosure, you need to know that I was provided with a free e-book copy of the above mentioned book in exchange for my fair and unbiased review. I have also… Continue reading Book Review: 50 Things You Need to Know about Heaven

500 Words with Matthew’s Gospel: Living and Reading Slowly

I'm working on a project in the month of May. The goal is to read through the entire New Testament, the Psalms, and the Proverbs. It requires reading 14-15 chapters of the Bible per day. That doesn't sound like much until you actually start doing it. Some days the chapters are short, other days not… Continue reading 500 Words with Matthew’s Gospel: Living and Reading Slowly

500 Words Per Day: Long Days at School

Today was a long day at school, hence the title of this post. It was a long day of teaching that began as most of my days do: waking up from a night of restlessness and nightmares. The day ended with me sitting here at my laptop writing about what a long day it was… Continue reading 500 Words Per Day: Long Days at School

New Page: For the Discerning & Disciplined Reader

Friends, I am putting together a new page titled “Books.” On this page, I will be compiling a list of the more significant books that are available for reading. I am a big fan of reading as a  spiritual discipline among Christians. Sadly, the works that many Christians read are simply bad books. This is… Continue reading New Page: For the Discerning & Disciplined Reader