Two Andrew Peterson Books that Will Recalibrate Your Heart

I appreciate being disrupted…sometimes. God has a way of disrupting my flow or routine in some way to help me slow down. Andrew Peterson is one of those artists God has used to help me do that. Consequently, Peterson’s work disrupts my heart. I feel recalibrated and ready to see life differently. Why? Because as…

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Read Widely, Write Wisely

by Andy Strauss Why do we have to read so many books, and write so many papers in school? – these questions hold high popularity among students and rank nearly as high in importance as “what’s the point of math?” This last semester, the second semester of my freshman year at Ouachita Baptist, I took…

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A Month of Books – March 2020

I love to read. At the beginning of March, I was sick, so I found myself reading more. Then COVID-19 hit and many of our activities came to a halt, which provided additional reading time. Really, this is my favorite way to relax. Recently I’ve joined NetGalley which gives readers the opportunity to preview new…

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22 Classic Short Stories on YouTube

Classic Short Stories on YouTube

My daughter is currently writing her short story for Challenge B and reading classics short stories to inspire her. She’s always been my kid that has struggled with reading . The masters wrote these stories, so their short length doesn’t exactly make them easy reads. I’ve rounded up those short stories read on YouTube to…

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