Announcing the launch of The Bottom Line Books Podcast. https://lnk.bio/sbnf
From @urbex_abandoned: https://www.instagram.com/p/CH-yPrggcPW/ Here are a few books I read in November. I'm starting with some weighty reads, and what are probably the most important two books I've read this year. Live Not by Lies by Rob Dreher. I loved Benedict Option. In this book he unpacks what it means to live in a world … Continue reading November Reading Memo
A book every Christian should read. A book about addiction that's not about addiction, but about worship.
Life isn't always as simple as it seems.
Some books I've read over the last month that I think you might like.
Reflections on Passover, Palm Sunday, and Staying Put.
Your subconscious mind builds a mental picture out of the material you permit to reach it, “Like a wax plate recording everything,” even shaping your sense of right and wrong.
Here's a few of the books I read this year that you might also enjoy.
If you're tired of rushing around without even knowing why, then learn to say NO to hurry.
Our teenager, like many teens, has a desire to spend money and is busy beyond belief (no time for a job). Enter: cooking for money. At Christmas, he made The Pioneer Woman's Cinnamon Rolls - they sold like hotcakes. To make money for his Winter Formal, we decided to try savory. I say we because I … Continue reading Crowd Pleaser, Easy Freezer: Mexican Lasagna