I chose my July book club, Cultivate, because author, business owner, and mom to three Lara Casey offers sound and grace-filled advice: “We can’t do it all, and do it well. But, we can choose to cultivate what matters.” Gee, how familiar does that sound?
New Book Club: This Life I Live by Rory Feek.
Chronicling the journey neither of them were prepared to take and letting the world take it along with them, Joeys’ story, the tenderness of her heart, and the message of God’s love was sent to millions...
Gobi first finds Leonard when he wasn't looking to be found... but a turn of heart and twist of fate soon has the shoe on the other foot and it is Leonard who goes in search of the little tan terrier who won his heart.
Great Summer Reads | May Book Club!
Why settle for one, when you can have a whole stack of books?! From Grillin' to grinnin' my list has it all. Inspiring meals, inspiring people, inspiring mutts, and inspiring children. Get inspired. READ!
Love Does is the idea that you can't just feel it or talk about it, you must DO it! And when love does... beautiful things happen. It's love in action!
Is your Valentine a book-worm? The kind that loves to curl up in the corner with a cup of tea and good read? Or stretch out in the recliner and turn pages? I've got a short list of books that speak volumes about Love...
Uninvited, Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely, by Lysa TerKeurst, is my book club pick for December. I chose this particular book because it is a beautiful, biblical, honest, and witty look at how we process rejection.
The Magnolia Story, my book club pick for November, is THEIR story. It is one of hope and hard work, of shaky ground, of seeking balance, one of losses... and one of Gaines. In essence it is the story of the Great American Dream come true.
My January book club selection has something for every parent.
The new book Strong and Kind: And Other Important Character Traits Your Child Needs to Succeed from Korie Robertson points out how teaching our children to have both good character and strength are the most important tools in guiding our children to their adult lives. Without being preachy or finger pointing Korie Robertson gives advice through example. A quick and easy read Strong and Kind is a perfect book to get the New Year started off right!
Korie Robertson, New York Times bestselling author and mother of five – argues that developing good character in our children is the single most important thing we can do to help ensure they lead happy, healthy adult lives. Robertson explores key traits and what they truly look like in action. She shares hands-on ways for nurturing strength of character. Written with her mother, Chrys Howard, and featuring stories and wisdom from her husband, Strong and Kind cuts through parenting manuals of today to rediscover, unfold, and embrace the enduring wisdom that has guided the best parents for centuries. Korie shares principles—based on biblical wisdom and time-tested practices—that will help you parent your own one-of-a-kind child.
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"Korie’s commentary on being an 'intentional parent' was insightful, and two of my favorite sections were 'Patience and Contentment' and 'The Value of Being Kind.' I am also glad that Korie included a section highlighting three fun games to play with your kids." –Oak Tree Reviews
"Reading Strong and Kind is like having a cup of coffee with Korie and Willie while listening to their wisdom from twenty years of parenting. The author didn’t fill it with boring facts or statistics. Nor did she come across as a Ms. Know It All in her advice. They came across a down home country folks just sharing their hearts on the matter of raising our kids to be upstanding citizens in this crazy world we’re living in." –TidbitsOfExperience.com
"Ultimately, Strong and Kind, filled with real life stories from Korie and Willie’s parenting journey, is a straightforward, gently instructive call to not just be the best parents you can be, but also the best people you can be." –14-in-2014.com