PureFlix Review

Are you searching for a streaming device that has good quality programming in which you do not have to worry about curse word, sex scenes and a variety of other concerns? Then you may want to check out PureFlix. PureFlix is a Christian and inspirational streaming device, along the lines of Netflix and many other streaming devices. PureFlix is very […]

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Book Review: The Broken Road by Richard Paul Evans

Richard Paul Evans is well known for his Christmas books, but he is also a superb author of The Walk series.  He recently published the first book in a new series, The Broken Road. According to the Prologue and Epilogue, the series is loosely inspired by a true story. The Broken Road begins the story of Charles James.  Charles has everything […]

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Review: Anne with an E

If you are a fan of L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables, you will love Anne with a E which is now available on Netflix.  The show was originally broadcast on a Canadian network before making it’s way to Netflix for streaming. The series of seven episodes, closely follows the book, while expanding and adding additional details to the storyline.  […]

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Book Review: Eden Hill by Bill Higgs

Eden Hill is the debut of Bill Higgs, husband of the beloved author, Liz Curtis Higgs. Virgil T. Osgood is happy with his life, that never seems to change, in Eden Hill, Kentucky. Then a new gas station opens up right across the road from his and he’s faced with obstacles at his station, in his marriage and in his […]

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Book Review: The Undoing of Saint Silvanus by Beth Moore

In Beth Moore’s fiction debut, The Undoing of Saint Silvanus, Jillian Slater agrees to return to New Orleans upon news of his father’s death, but even she isn’t sure why. With her expenses all paid, Jillian journeys to Saint Silvanus.  She soon discovers that nothing is as she imagine and more is at stake than she ever dreamed. She arrives […]

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Book Review: The Cottage by Michael Phillips

The Cottage {Secrets of the Shetlands} is the sequel to The Inheritance {Secrets of the Shetlands} by Michael Philips. The book picks up right where The Inheritance left off with Loni Ford arriving on the Shetland Islands and the property she has inherited. At first she is not well received by the people on the islands, and has to deal with her two […]

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Book Review: Of Moose and Men by Torry Martin

Of Moose and Men: Lost and Found in Alaska is by actor, comedienne and self proclaimed hippie, Torry Martin.  If you’ve seen The Ultimate Legacy or the Resurrection of Gavin Stone you will recognize actor Torry Martin. In his book, Torry Martin and his best friend, Rob, have moved to the Alaskan wilderness.  While there he is seeking many answers […]

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Who Wants to Be Free? Make Sure You Do! by Amanda Hughes

This is a very timely post with Election Day quickly approaching.  We are a divided nation and many of us Americans are struggling with who to vote for and the options available.  It is my joy and pleasure to welcome my Christian Communicators sister, Amanda Hughes.  She shares why it is important we vote and how as Christian Americans we […]

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Chesapeake Shores TV Series Review

  Having watched the other Hallmark series of When Calls the Heart {I grew up reading Jeanette Oke’s series}, Cedar Cove and The Good Witch, I had an idea of what to expect in each particular series.  After all I had read ALL of the books in the series {or seen the movies in the case of The Good Witch}. {Note: […]

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Music Review: Karyn Williams

Earlier this summer while at a concert for Chonda Pierce, she had a young, energetic singer with her.  That young woman is Karyn Williams. Through testimony and song Karyn shared her story and faith. That story includes being one of nineteen children, fourteen of whom were adopted from all over the world. In December 2014, she made her debut at The […]

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Book Review: The Inheritance

The Inheritance is the first in the Secrets of the Shetlands series by Michael Phillips. The Inheritance begins with the death of Whale’s Reef clan patriarch MacGregor Tulloch.  Everyone expects his grand-nephew, David, to inherit.  However, MacGregor left no will. David’s cousin, Hardy, submits his own claim to inheritance.  The town does not support Hardy, but the North Sea oil […]

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Miracles from Heaven movie review

Last weekend, I had the chance to see Miracles from Heaven and it is a movie you don’t want to miss. The story is based on real life events. Anna Beam mysteriously becomes ill one evening.  Her parents take her from one doctor to another but no one can tell them what is wrong.  She is misdiagnosed multiple times until […]

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Movie Review: The Young Messiah

The movie The Young Messiah, is based on the book Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt, by Anne Rice. The story is based on historical information of what life may have been like for Jesus as a young man. In the story, Jesus is seven years old.  He recognizes he has powers and can heal, but isn’t sure why or […]

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Book Review: It’s Good to be Queen by Liz Curtis Higgs

We know the legend of Solomon and the Queen of Sheba.  However, have you ever thought of the true story? Everything we know about them comes from thirteen short verses found in 1 Kings in the Bible. In her book, It’s Good to be Queen, Liz Curtis Higgs dives into these verses, the history and culture of the times and […]

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TV Series Review: Fuller House

Growing up in the 80s, I grew up with the girls on Full House.  Throughout the years, I have continued to enjoy the sitcom through re-runs. So, I was excited when I discovered that a re-boot of the series was being made.  After all, Girl Meets World had done a wonderful job of bringing us the next generation from 90s […]

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Movie Review: Risen

Risen is the first of a quartet of Christian films debuting this Lent and Easter season.  The film begins with the earthquake and death of Jesus.  Roman Military Tribune Clavius, the right hand of Pontius Pilate, is sent to the crucifixion to ensure that The Nazarene is truly dead. After the crucifixion, Clavius and his aide, Lucius, have the enormous […]

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Book Review: Mercy’s Rain

  Mercy Roller has been living a lie.  Her father, the Pastor, is abusive, cruel and evil.  Taking justice into her own hands, she is abandoned by the very church community that should have protected her. On her own, she meets a young preacher on the other side of the mountain.  Together, they set out to help a young couple […]

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Book Review: Hope for the Laid Off Devotionals

Are you dealing with a lay off or unemployment?  Do you know someone that is? Having dealt with two stints of unemployment in a three-year period, I know how frustrating and discouraging this can be on the psyche.  Wondering how to make ends meet, why you were passed over or if the position desired will ever materialize. Mary Aucoin Kaarto […]

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Book Review: A Marriage Carol

A Marriage Carol by Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry I thought that I’d heard, seen or read just about every adaption on Charles Dickens famous, A Christmas Carol.  However, A Marriage Carol was a refreshing take on this story.   This is not only a feel good story, but one that makes you really stop to think and analyze your marriage or […]

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Movie Review: Woodlawn

Are you looking for a good movie this weekend? Woodlawn is a great movie to see.  You will find yourself inspired, moved and reminiscent about life in the tumultuous 1960s. The film takes place in the segregated days of 1973 Alabama when the schools are struggling for integration.  The football team at Woodlawn High School is struggling, along with the […]

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