Eats with Sinners by Arron Chambers introduces a biblical model for evangelism—building relationships like Jesus did, one meal (or cup of coffee) at a time. Each of 13 chapters concludes with a "Meal Plan," which contains questions and directives designed to give individual readers or small group members the opportunity for personal reflection and practical application of the principles outlined in each chapter. #MakingRipples
When Did I Get Like This? The Screamer, the Worrier, the Dinosaur-Chicken-Nugget-Buyer, and Other Mothers I Swore I’d Never Be ~ Amy Wilson. Pinner says: "This is quite honestly a book that should be owned by every mother who questions any piece of her parenting. If you are a mom, this book pretty much sums it up; hilarious :) Must read for moms."
Book Review: Coffee Shop Conversations. Authors Dale and Jonalyn Fincher intend to help Christians gain the right to be heard through genuine care and concern for those God places in our lives as we go about our daily activities. How does a Christian have normal conversations about Jesus without accidentally sounding offensive, bigoted or intolerant? $13.08