Christian Fiction


Book Review: A.D. 33

Author: Ted Dekker Publisher: Center Street      Back Cover: A.D. 33 They call her the Queen of the Outcasts. Maviah, a woman whose fate was sealed on her birth by this world—unwanted, illegitimate, female, a slave—subject to the whims of all. But then she met a man named Yeshua who opened […]


Book Review: A Week In The Life Of Corinth

Author: Ben Witherington III Publisher: InterVarsity Press     Back Cover: A Week in the Life of Corinth A STORY OF THE SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CONTEXT OF PAUL’S MINISTRY Intrigue is in the air as Nicanor returns to Corinth and reports to his par torn Erastos on recent business dealing […]


Book Review: War Room 3

Novelization by Chris Fabry Based on Motion Picture by Alex Kendrick & Stephen Kendrick Publisher: Tyndale     Book Review: War Room I don’t tend to go to the movies a lot, preferring to watch movies at home. At the enthusiastic recommendation of a good friend of mine, I decided […]


Book Review: The Bridge

Book Review: The Bridge by Karen Kingsbury Publisher: Howard Books (A division of Shimon & Schuster, Inc.)     The Bridge is such a sweet book and I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to read a book by Karen Kingsbury! I know, where have I been? For those that […]


Book Review: A Wreath of Snow

A Wreath of Snow written by Liz Curtis Higgs and published by WaterBrook Press In A Wreath of Snow, we find ourselves in Scotland in 1894 with a Victorian setting. The book opens with Margaret Campbell preparing to board a train bound from Edinburg to Stirling. This young independent-minded teacher […]


Review of Empire’s End

Author: Jerry B. Jenkins Publisher: Worthy Publishing     Book Review: Empire’s End This was intended to be a sequel to I, Saul. I read several reviews of people complaining that it was not a true sequel to the first book and that the title was a bit misleading. I really enjoyed […]