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Author Q&A, Book Reviews, Books

Guest Post: Southern Roots, Church Dinners, & Beautiful, Complicated Family by Author Rosey Lee

Beautiful, Complicated Family: Volume 1 and Beautiful, Complicated Family: Volume 2 explore the connections that can hold people together or tear them apart. The stories in this collection capture struggles that are common in today’s families—secrets, mother-daughter conflicts, coping with aging family members, and a more subtle question of what makes a family.

Book Reviews, Books, Poetry

Poetry Review: The Salty River Bleeds by Stephen Page

Page's writing is as gritty as the sandy prairie and he does not shy away from coarse language or difficult topics. Page has created something raw and gritty that is full of local flavor. The reader can feel the heat of the pounding sun and smell the scent of the farm animals. Life on the ranch is hard and oftentimes painful; as such, Page's writing will cause readers who would prefer to imagine an idealized version of the American West to be uncomfortable. His writing forces his readers to reckon with the harsh realities of life and how we treat the environment. 

Blogging, Book Reviews, Books

When Only Faith Remains: Book Review & Blog Tour

With Luke 2 and 1 Corinthians 13 as reference points, readers will connect their faith in ways that bind them to love and hope in the person of Jesus Christ. While your circumstance may differ from Mary’s, the similar deepening of faith through heartache and suffering and hope and triumph will inspire you in your identity, calling, and destiny in Christ.

Disability & Accessibility, Diversity, Ministry, Pastoral Life, Writing

4 Easy Steps People with Disabilities Take to Improve Our Health

My marathon training has taught me that the most important part of reaching any goal is taking it one step at a time. We just need to keep putting one foot in front of the other. Even if your mobility is limited, we can all take small but significant  metaphorical steps to improving our own health. Remember- it’s not about winning. It’s how you run the race!

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Blogging, Book Reviews, Books

Charles Babbage & Ada Lovelace: Inventing the Computer (#BookReview & BlogTour @raresources)

The partnership of Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace was one that would change science forever. They were an unlikely pair – one the professor son of a banker, the other the only child of an acclaimed poet and a social-reforming mathematician – but perhaps that is why their work is so revolutionary.