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A Pew Perspective · 11h ago

Book Review - FLAWLESS by June Foster

This is a sweet Christian romance, very typical of sweet June Foster's books. I am privileged to call her friend.Jess Colton, the hero in this book, is a flawed human being. Jess meets the heroine, Holly Harrison, in a stuck elevator in the upscale S...
A Pew Perspective · 1d ago

Monday Morning Devo - Upside-Down Blessings

So it was, when his master heard the words which his wife spoke to him, saying, “Your serv...
A Pew Perspective · 4d ago

Book Review - DON'T TELL THE RABBI by Sigrid Fowler

Really, this book has three titles, and I wasn't sure which to use or to use first in the label for this post (too long for the line); but, as you can see from the picture, it is also A Comedy of Religious Proportions: Book 1: Three Friends and an Ol...
A Pew Perspective · 1w ago

New Release - BLESSED BY TIME by Anne Baxter Campbell

For as long as I can remember, I've wished I could travel back to the first century and meet Jesus. Even before I had actually given my heart to Him, I wanted to meet Him and talk to Him. I thought time travel would be the only way to do that. Now th...
A Pew Perspective · 1W ago

Saturday Sermonette - Think on These Things

Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever th...
A Pew Perspective · 1W ago

Book Review - JUSTICE by Emily Conrad

This Christian romance is outstanding. Excellent. Amazing. And a bunch of other superlatives.Jake is a Christian, the youth dude in his church, respected and loved by everyone. Almost. Not loved at all by the guy across the street with a bookstore. J...
A Pew Perspective · 2W ago

Book Review - CONSPIRACY OF BREATH by Latayne C. Scott

This book is the fictional story of Priscilla, wife of Aquila, of New Testament multiple mentions. The author has Priscilla (known as Priska to those who know her) as the writer of Hebrews. ...
A Pew Perspective · 3W ago

Monday Morning Devo - Going Fishing

Simon Peter, Thomas called the Twin, Nathanael of Cana in Galilee, the sons of Zebedee, an...
A Pew Perspective · 3W ago

Book Review - A PURPOSE TRUE by Gail Kittleson

Stories of danger, courage, and romance just snag me every time. Gail Kittleson's World War II book is one such story. Well, actually sorta two stories interwoven.American Kate Isaacs loses not only her fighter pilot husband but also their unborn chi...
A Pew Perspective · 1M ago

Saturday Sermonette - Holy Week

Now Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. 6 So, when He heard that he was sick, H...