Lessons on Sin from a Good Doctor

Author: Courtney Ellis (Courtney’s 2nd Book Almost Holy Mama released June 3rd! It’s Funny, Theologically Rich, and an ENCOURAGEMENT to any Mama trying to Grow closer to Jesus!) I’ve apparently and unfortunately reached the age where previously normal moles go a little haywire. “That’s going to need to come off,” said the doctor, holding my…

Pursuing Wisdom with Sarah Callen: A Book Review

Proverbs has long been one of my favorite books of the Bible. There is so much information, so much depth to the book, that it is both overwhelming and encouraging. Needless to say, when I had the opportunity to read and review Sarah Callen’s newest devotional book, A Proverb a Day: A 40-day Pursuit of…

The Magnolia Story and Me

What do shiplap, Magnolia, and “Fixer Upper” have in common? Just one famous reality TV couple—Chip and Joanna Gaines. At this point they are legendary—an amazing marriage, adorable children, and even their own decorative line, “Hearth and Hand,” at Target. Like many women, I also got swept up into the excitement. When I can borrow…

The Non-Fiction Books We Loved in 2018, and What We Will Read in 2019

We asked our contributors to tell us their favorite faith-inspired book read in 2018 and what they look forward to reading in 2019, so we could share the book love with you. We would love to hear your recommendations in the comments! The Books We Loved Kayla Anderson: The Best Yes by Lysa Terkeurst Britney…

Slow Down, Love God, and Love Others

Author: Karly Grant Slow down, love God, and love others. These have been the convictions on my heart lately. When the word conviction comes up, I automatically think about it with negative connotations, and I imagine you do too. That doesn’t always have to be the case. While conviction comes with changes that need to…

Book Review: The Road Back to You

When I first heard about the Enneagram, I was skeptical. Another personality test—a set of questions used to place me into a category I think I might not necessarily fit into. My church, however, had an upcoming one-day conference utilizing the Enneagram to gain a greater depth of knowing and relating to the congregation. Hesitantly, I…

The Faith-Inspired Books We Loved in 2017, and What We Will Read in 2018

We asked our contributors to tell us their favorite faith-inspired book read in 2017 and what they look forward to reading in 2018, so we could share the book love with you. We would love to hear your recommendations in the comments! The Books We Loved Britney Bradley: The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology…

Book Review: If Only You Knew by Jamie Ivey

I first learned of the Ivey family through a video showing their family going through the adoption process during the disastrous earthquake in Haiti. The longing for their children to be home, while at the same time praying for God to comfort and be near resonated with my heart.  It was one of the key…

Sacred Mundane: A Book Excerpt from Kari Patterson

For our July book recommendation Anchored Voices is honored to be able to share a book excerpt from Kari Patterson’s new book Sacred Mundane now available at Amazon. How Will You Run the Last Leg?  Several years ago I ran in the world’s longest relay race, Hood-to-Coast. Our team was named “Girls and Guys with…

A Freedom Song

Rebekah Lyons’s book, “You Are Free”, came into my life at exactly the right moment. I call these moments God-ordained, meaning it is only by His divine purpose and intention that this particular event happened at that specific of a time in my life. Much like God would be whispering, “Sarah, ya need to read…