When I consider the ideas and philosophy of working to improve the way one lives life, the nagging thought that a desire to grow and improve is simply demonstrating that I am not content in the life that I have.
What an excellent book!! and what a surprise the story was to me. Like most raised in Christian homes in the ’80s and ’90s, I was familiar with the story of Jim and Elisabeth Elliot and the tremendous tragedy that fell their family in the mid-’50s. Like most stories that we hear repeated through different… Continue reading A surprising story – Made for the Journey review
With their easy to read “do this,” “not this” approach to different situations and topics face by middle schoolers, the Catherman’s have created a good read for any middle school girl (or parent of a middle schooler). Ideas are presented in a way that is relatable and fun and include topics like the first day of school, hall passes and homework, guys, and texting.