Natasha’s Study: The Broken Way

Natasha’s Study: The Broken Way

Today for “Natasha’s Study” I am reviewing the book, The Broken Way: A Daring Path into the Abundant Life by Ann Voskamp.

The Broken Way

Why I picked up this book:

2016 was a pretty traumatizing year for many people of color in America, and at the time of this book’s release, I thought it would be exactly what I needed to nurse myself back to a place of healing.


Who Should Read The Broken Way:

Readers who enjoyed “One Thousand Gifts,” will also appreciate this contribution from Ann. While reading, I was reminded over and over again that we are all broken. We are just broken in different ways. If it is your desire to journey through your brokenness, then this would be a good resource for you.

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Book Review: Every Little Thing

Making a World of Difference Right Where You Are

 Author: Deidra Riggs

Every Little Thing Book Image

Why I picked up this book:

I received a copy of this book in support of author, Deidra Riggs. I was first introduced to Deidra through social media and her blog, Jumping Tandem.

Who Should Read Every Little Thing:

This book was a delight to read over the Christmas holiday. At first, I was going to recommend it for new believers.  Having finished the book, I would say that it’s for anyone who needs the simple reminder that the gospel is more than enough.

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Natasha’s Study: Giving Myself an Incomplete

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWhile attending seminary over the past 3 ½ years, I have acquired books, lots of them actually. Some may think that seminary increases one’s learning and understanding, and it does. For me, however, seminary also revealed how much I didn’t know and how much more I need to learn. So I started buying books to fill my learning gap. Sometimes people gifted me with books or publishers mailed books for me to review, and I could only get to a few at a time because my seminary reading load was so heavy. It short, I had a problem.

Once I graduated, I decided to give my brain a rest. I read a little during the summer months but not nearly as much as I would have liked. When my daughter returned to school, I started attacking the books on my shelf. There were so many interesting choices that I found myself picking up a new book to read every few days and I haven’t finished any of them. Therefore, I am giving myself an incomplete and vowing not to crack open another new book until I finish the ones I have already started.

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