The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom is a Historical Fiction book set in the early 1800′s. It’s about slavery, family, kindness and love. It also portrays the difficulties that faced black slaves when owned by corrupt white men.
Their fates were linked by the magical Chicago World’s Fair of 1893, nicknamed the “White City” for its majestic beauty. Architect Daniel Burnham built it; serial killer Dr. H. H. Holmes used it to lure victims to his World’s Fair Hotel, designed for murder. Both men left behind them a powerful legacy, one of brilliance and energy, the other of sorrow and darkness.
The Shack by William P Young -Originally self-published as a fictional faith memoir of sorts for his children, this book has made it to the bestseller's lists. Mr. Young makes you look at your brokenness and God's goodness from a new angle...
No matter how much we all make fun of cliche new year’s resolutions, we all secretly do want to start a new year off on the right foot. There’s something about the month of January that just makes us feel ready to change our ways, to take on new goals, and to really challenge ourselves … Read More
This is more than basketball. This is growing up and beyond an abusive home. This is becoming the person one always can be no matter what the circumstances are. Victory in defeat and rising out of the ashes are the themes here. Amazing.