First off, Cheryl is an unbelievably talented and multifaceted creative along with being a wonderful friend. One of my favorite recent Christian novels, winning more than TEN major book awards since it was published, I loved Cheryl’s young protagonists, Aggie and Celia, because I related so much to both–a neurodiverse nature lover and a troubled …
This book was filled with “a-ha!” and “me, too!” moments as my wonderful Indian-born friend, Mabel, explores the intersection between culture, identity, and faith from an earthly immigrant who gained a spiritual perspective.
This is an audiobook exploring how technology and best intentions collide in the heat of war. I saw many practical crossover lessons for the church through the stories of WWII scientists and the political and military leadership of the time.
A landmark book in my healing. Cannot say enough good things about this except that if you are a CSA survivor, make sure you have support and a good counselor before reading this book.
This is one of the funniest yet meaty short books I read this year. Sometimes it’s just good to laugh as you’re healing.
This book is used in many recovery circles. You might be surprised what being co-dependent really is.
The social basics of becoming a Christian. A must-read.