Reviews by Naomi Musch
On 8/31 Naomi Musch wrote: I have always enjoyed reading John Eldridge's books for the simple reason that he frames into the written word all the sorts of things I think, but either am not bold enough to say and admit, or can't seem to find anyone else saying. Now, in collaboration with his wife Stasi, the two of them, have exposed ... "Captivating" is Honest and From the Heart
On 6/25 Naomi Musch wrote: I discovered "You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be" to be inspirational for child rearing, particularly for the teen years when nurturing takes on different, sometimes overwhelming dimensions. It’s a little book that can be read straight through in about an hour, or, as it’s divided into about ... Can we discover our destinies, or help our children discover theirs?
On 8/10 Naomi Musch wrote: I gave Stephen Elkins book 100 Bible Stories, 100 Bible Songs, the ultimate test. I handed it to my two grand-daughters ages 6 and 8. These are girls who only get to church occasionally, and most Bible stories are still pretty new to them. Last Easter we gave them a children's Bible, so now the youngest ... Children's Devotions Made Palatable
On 4/27 Naomi Musch wrote: The Noticer by Andy Andrews is a delightful tale to read, even while being packed with message, like this: “Think with me here . . . everybody wants to be on the mountaintop, but if you'll remember, mountaintops are rocky and cold. There is no growth on the top of a mountain. Sure, the view is great, ... Lots of Hope in a Little Book
On 3/8 Naomi Musch wrote: Almost anyone can take away something of value in this very candid book by Scott Hamilton and Thomas Nelson Publishers. For me, it was his heart to heart discussion on his difficulty dealing with conflict. Hello! You're talking to me, Scott! Just as Scott won the hearts of millions of viewers with ... 1.) Scott scores at least an "8" with "The Great Eight" where CONTENTMENT counts! 2.) Writing Is Not an All or Nothing Deal
On 1/27 Naomi Musch wrote: Overview: In the Shadow of the Sun King, by Golden Keyes Parsons, Thomas Nelson, 2008, visits the opulent court life of France's King Louis the XIV during the terrifying days of the Huguenot persecutions. Though Madeleine Clavell had once been loved by the king, her safety and that of her family is quickly ... A Closer Look at "In the Shadow of the Sun King"