Reviews by Samantha M.
On 12/20 Samantha M. wrote: Let me preface my review by saying I am a huge Dave Ramsey fan. If you know me well, you know I’m all about numbers, budgeting, saving, etc. I have listened to his radio show for years. Love Dave Ramsey’s plan! I have already read The Total Money Makeover, but when I saw it ... Dave Ramsey's The Total Money Makeover
On 10/1 Samantha M. wrote: I have read very few historical novels. When I saw Snow on the Tulips by Liz Tolsma, I was intrigued by the setting and time period. The book takes place in WWII Netherlands. The novel was so well written and developed. I loved the strength of the main character Cornelia. ... Snow on the Tulips - A Must Read!
On 7/18 Samantha M. wrote: I have always loved Max Lucado's books. Second Chances was no different. This book is a collection from his previous writings. I have to say his collections are my favorite. This book has short chapters from other books. There are little nuggets of truth you can easily apply ... Second Chances
On 3/12 Samantha M. wrote: I recently had the opportunity to review Lysa TerKeurst’s Unglued Devotional. I was familiar with Lysa already through Proverbs 31 Ministries. I’ve always enjoyed her devotionals but had never read any of her books. I was not disappointed. Lysa has such an easy going way of writing. It makes ... Unglued Devotional
On 12/2 Samantha M. wrote: I saw Lisa Harper back over the summer at the Women of Faith conference. She was such a great speaker. So, when I had a chance to read her book, Stumbling Into Grace, I was excited. She writes the same way she speaks, very conversational and so funny. This book was such an easy read. It was funny ... Stumbling Into Grace
On 8/15 Samantha M. wrote: I recently had the opportunity to review A Conversation with God for Women by Marcia Ford. I have to say, I enjoyed this book much more than I anticipated. I really liked the conversational style of writing, switching from God to Jesus to the various other Biblical figures throughout the book. The ... A Conversation with God for Women
On 2/10 Samantha M. wrote: Love & Respect by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs is the best marriage book I’ve read in a long time. The concept is so simple, but yet so many of us miss it in our relationship to our spouse. The premise of wives giving your husband respect and husbands giving your wives love is so straightforward but ... Love & Respect
On 12/20 Samantha M. wrote: I can easily see why Unto the Hills by Billy Graham is a classic devotional. The words are timeless and applicable to any day in time. As I read through the book, I could easily tell that this would be one I could enjoy year after year. I love daily devotionals as they easy to read and keep my attention. ... Unto the Hills
On 12/2 Samantha M. wrote: On This Day in Christian History by Robert J. Morgan is a fantastic little book that any history buff would love. It enlightened me so much to events in Christian history I had no idea about.The book is in a daily devotional format but also has a topical index in the back which I found very helpful. ... On This Day in Christian History
On 9/29 Samantha M. wrote: Anyone who knows me knows I am a huge animal lover. I am a vegetarian on top of that, so I’ve always admired Saint Francis of Assisi. When I had the opportunity to check out Saint Francis by Robert West, part of the Christian Encounters Series, I was very excited. I have never been one to enjoy ... Saint Francis
On 6/25 Samantha M. wrote: Max Lucado just has an amazing way with words. I love how his books feel like they are speaking directly to you. You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be is no different. This is such an easy and encouraging read. This little book truly makes you feel unique and created for a special purpose. It is ... You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be Review
On 6/4 Samantha M. wrote: As my first book to review from Booksneeze, I chose Mystically Wired, Exploring New Realms in Prayer by Ken Wilson. I chose it because I want and need to focus more on my prayer life. The book is basically two sections. The first being very science based and research oriented. The second giving guidance ... Mystically Wired Review