Fighting Battles

I know that the last million and one posts have been about books, but today is different.  This post really adheres to the reason behind the blog title, This Is Me. We all deal with crap.  Crap that happened in our past, present crap, dog crap and otherwise.  There are days when I feel as […]

Into the Deep blog tour-Lauren Gaskill

This book is so amazing and I wanted to do a separate blog post to dive deeper into it and to share some words from the author herself from the blog tour! This book will challenge you and you will learn so much about yourself and God. Develop enduring faith for the turbulent waters of […]

Your New Name Review

What a great book! I love how Esther is so honest about her story and about the struggles to learn how to walk in the name God has given her. This makes it so relatable for any of us who have had trouble walking in our names. I love what she writes on page 41, […]

Try Softer Review

I love this book! It discusses an approach to anxiety and stress that is so relevant and easy for the reader to understand. Aundi uses diagrams, questions, exercises, and personal example from her life and other people to help the reader feel as though they can truly live a life free through God. One quote […]

She Laughs Review

This book is so good! I love Carolanne’s approach to subjects we have all faced at one time or another. Laughter is truly the best medicine and it does something good for our souls. “Who can reject you when you’ve been accepted into the University of Jesus through mercy and grace?” (pg.23). I mean come […]

Jonah Study Review

This study guide covers 10 different lessons that can be gleaned from the book of Jonah. It is meant to do either on your own or with a group. Leader’s notes are included with the copy I received. This study goes through the four chapters of Jonah and also gives other stories in scripture that […]

Take Back Your Time Review-Morgan Tyree

This book is a huge eye-opener! It forces the reader to sit down and really examine how they are using their time and if they are doing it well. I quickly realized that I’m not. Morgan has included samples of how she utilizes the concepts in her book and then gives blank space for the […]