Reviews by Carly Cartmill
On 12/2 Carly Cartmill wrote: A Year With God is a devotional designed for day to day use. I have used similar books for years, and what I can say is that it does have good messages intended to help start your day out. There is always a small passage, story, or monologue for each day with corresponding verses and bible stories. I ... A Year With God
On 9/26 Carly Cartmill wrote: Where Hearts are Free is set in the 1600s, and circles around a small group of characters- Bridget, her parents and fiancee, Phillipe, and his family. In a time when colonies were subject to the crown and immigrants found religious freedom and peace in the New World, Bridget fights to find true love ... Great for Older Teens to Adult!
On 9/9 Carly Cartmill wrote: I read Captivating by John and his wife a few years ago and really enjoyed how it delved deep into the woman's true yearning for a hero. It wasn't fake, it wasn't preachy, it was just true. I expected nothing less from this book geared towards boys and I got nothing less. While I am a female reader I ... A great book for all!
On 6/27 Carly Cartmill wrote: A Summer Secret: Mysteries of Middlefield Series by Kathleen Fuller is a good book for young girls from 10 to 13 to read. The writing style is very simplistic, but it allows the reader to fly through very easily. This book is good for young women to read as it looks into the life of a young Amish girl ... A Summer Secret: Mysteries of Middlefield Series by Kathleen Fuller
On 5/31 Carly Cartmill wrote: In their book Jesus Manifesto, Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola give us a fresh view of the life of Jesus and how He is manifested in everything- from the beautiful mountains of Colorado or the mud in our backyard, to each verse of the New and Old Testament. They encourage their readers to dig down and ... Jesus Manifesto by Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola
On 5/23 Carly Cartmill wrote: When I first started reading Ken Wilson's Mystically Wired I was a little skeptical of combining the mystical with Christianity. I had always associated the word "mystical" with psychics and unicorns. But as I continued reading, I was drawn by his ideas of going to a different place with God, and how ... Ken Wilson "Mystically Wired"