November 20, 2019

Compelling and liberating read. — Sophia,The BookWalker Michael was a man without a purpose until that fateful night he saved little Katie Martin from the raging inferno. Everybody cheered and congratulated Michael after his heroic act. Still, he knew that for most of those in the crowd that night—except for the grateful Martins—shook their heads and thought he was crazy to thrust himself into the fire when the firefighters had already given up on finding Katie. Perhaps that was his crazy motivation: everybody had given up on a s...

November 5, 2019

Abraham's writing faithfully and clearly guide readers through some questions we never asked about our faith and how we formed them.

 M.G. Mason,The BookWalker

"Girls shouldn't ask such questions." These are words author Paadaseryl Sally Abraham will never forget. These words were spoken to her by a Sunday school teacher after a young, inquisitive Sally dared to ask a question regarding faith and religion. Silenced yet determined, the disapproval did not stop her from asking more questions and uncovering more answers.

These pressing...

September 28, 2019

It confronts questions and comforts quests we have for ourselves. Sophia gently points us back to the true north.  — Issa,The BookWalker An enlightening quest to change the world by first changing the self. Life is a series of changes one after the other, but we who believe ourselves to be the masters of our fate have not learned to channel this constant toward something useful for all of us, not just a select few. Hence, there is a persistent clamor for progress wherever we go, but how can we affect change for the benefit of e...

August 8, 2019

Simple in structure yet profound in its impact. — The BookWalker Peter K. Stimpson is an Episcopal priest and a licensed clinical social worker. He is the author of A Bridge to God: A Little Book with Big Insights, which he refers to like his gift to fellow sojourners in life. The book confronts some of the age-old questions that have muddled man's existence vis-à-vis God's: Does God exist? What is man's purpose? Is there life after death? In easy-to-understand language, Reverend Stimpson provides a concise analogy...

July 18, 2019

A delightful collection of biblical stories told from the perspective of a young girl named Kensley.W. L. Stone’s book I Am Kensley Carpenter and I Came to Play is about young Kensley’s adventures and the stories she learned from the Bible. Like other kids of about four to five years, Kensley loves to play pretend with her Barbies and with other children. Kensley particularly loves playing with her cousin Dusty, but what she enjoys the most are the stories about Jesus that she learns from the Bible and her mom,Kirsten. One day, K...

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