Review: Dinosaur Devotions


Dinosaur Devotions: 75 Dino Discoveries, Bible Truths, Fun Facts, And More, written by Michelle Medlock Adams, illustrated by Denise Turu, is a devotional that is designed enlarge the Biblical knowledge of its audience while enticing them with knowledge about dinosaurs.

The creative design of this devotional is certainly amazing. The utilization of the stories and/or the historical aspects of the dinosaurs along with the combination of scriptural references is both knowledgeable and intriguing.   

The illustrations that are used to depict the dinosaurs are very vivd, colorful, and bring to life that which they were prepared to represent. Along with the illustrations, you will find information such as, height, length, weight, dietary needs ,and the family or category to which each dinosaur belongs.

Some people might wonder, as they glance at the cover, how a combination of scripture and dinosaurs could be utilized together in a children’s devotion. But as they turn the pages, they will see that it has been done and done rather well, making this a devotional that will engage the hearts and minds of all those blessed to hear or read it words. Thus this is a recommended purchase.


Published in: on December 25, 2018 at 12:43 am  Leave a Comment  

Review: Mark Of The Raven


Mark Of The Raven: The Ravenwood Saga, written by Morgan L. Busse, published by Bethany House, is a book that follows the choices of Selene as she seeks to discover who she truly is within the world created throughout the book.

Being more of a realist, this isn’t usually the type of book that I would choose for myself, but I was pleasantly surprised as I turned the pages. To say the least, Selene was a very interesting character. The manner in which she approached her struggles and the growth that occurred from them were pulling at my heart strings.

While there were some portions of the content that seemed to carry over itself, there wasn’t so much that it caused you to consider putting the book down. One of the things, besides the presence and story of Selene, that really brings the story to life are the differing magical abilities that are possessed by those within the different houses and the struggles with their desire to keep their said abilities a secret.

Turning the pages if this publication has been an adventure for my mind, and I believe it will be for almost everyone who invests in its purchase, thus it is definitely a recommended purchase.


Published in: on December 15, 2018 at 11:14 pm  Leave a Comment  

Devotional Review: 365 Devotions To Love God And Love Others Well


365 Devotions To Love God And Love Others Well, written by Victoria York, published by Zondervan, is a publication designed to help draw its readers closer to God as it teaches them to love others. 

Most people want to feel and/or experience the power of love, especially the love of God. Love carries us into a place where we feel powerful, alive, and appreciated, a place of wonderful experiences.

This daily devotional brings forth the power of God’s love as it teaches its readers to embrace His love and pass that love along into the lives of others. Though small in size, they are powerful in content.

Each daily devotional begins with scripture and ends with a short, meaningful prayer. But the content in between is what sets this devotional apart from others. They are clear, easy to understand stories surrounded by lessons of compassion, patience, and affection. 

This devotional has the ability to enhance the lives of those who are blessed to turn its pages. Thus it is a recommended purchase for personal use or as a gift.



Published in: on December 14, 2018 at 8:42 pm  Leave a Comment  

Comentary Review: Isaiah


Everyday Bible Commentary: Isaiah, written by Alfred Martin, published by Moody Publishers, is a book that carries its readers through a study of the book of Isaiah. 

This publication is part of a series of Bible study books entitled the Everyday Bible Commentary. It was originally published in 1956, but its content still has relevance in today’s struggling society.

Martin is certainly attached to his opinion on the book of Isaiah, as seen in the manner in which he utilizes to speak about those who hold to a differing opinion on such ideologies as the time period in which the book was written and his belief that all the prophecies have or will eventually take place.

This commentary carries its reader through a general synopsis of Isaiah, through his commissions, his teachings about the coming Messiah, God’s comfort, and the burdens that were going to be placed on the nation Israel.

Instead of being a complete, comprehensive commentary, this book carries its readers through highlights in the book of Isaiah, focusing on very select portions of the text. So if you are looking for an in-depth commentary, this might not be the book you would purchase. But if you are seeking an in-depth theological study of specific ideologies found in Isaiah, then you have found your resource. 


Published in: on December 11, 2018 at 10:22 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Aching Joy


Aching Joy: Following God through The Land Of Unanswered Prayers, written by Jason Hague, published by Tyndall House, is a book that shows the real life journey of a father and his autistic son.

This is a heart wrenching book that carries its readers through a journey that many will not be able to understand until they turns its pages. Jason shares candidly about the journey he walked as a father to a severely autistic child. He speaks about having to set aside his hopes for a miracle and learn to celebrate in the little things, the little victories that came forth into his life through his son.

He shares the struggles parents have with raising severely autistic children. He describes the emotional struggles and faith based struggles that were involved in his journey and the way to reach for and find the joy of God’s presence in it all.

This book is an amazing reflection that is sure to touch the heart of everyone who turns its pages, thus it is a recommended purchase.



Published in: on December 11, 2018 at 10:02 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Shelter Of The Most High



Shelter of the Most High, written by Connilyn Cossette, published by Bethany House, is the second book in the Cities of Refuge series. It follows A Light on the Hill.  The series is based on the passage in Joshua 20:1-6, in which God commands Joshua to create cities of refuge for those who unintentionally kill someone.

Sofea and her cousin Prezi are diving when their entire island village is killed. When they surface, they are captured and taken across the sea to an unknown land, Canaan. When they are found and taken to Darek’s home in Kedesh, a city of refuge, she is stunned with the kindness she finds there. Eitan has lived there for eleven years, having been adopted by Darek and Moriyah after accidentally poisoning two men when he was a child. Eitan is immediately attracted to Sofea but does not want to expose her to danger from his past. When Eitan’s enemy Raviv captures the girls, a plot to kill both Eitan and the high priest of Israel is set in motion. Sofea and Eitan must rely on God to save their loved ones.

The characters were well developed, which causes the reader to be drawn into the plot very quickly making this  a wonderful book and a recommended purchase.

Dr. JK

Published in: on December 11, 2018 at 9:06 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Day By Day Through The Gospel Of John


Day By Day Through The Gospel Of John: 365 Timeless Devotions From Classic Writers, compiled and edited by Lance Wubbels, published by Bethany House publishers, is a devotional book designed to grow and enhance the relationship it’s readers have with God.

The uniqueness of this publication is found in the utilization of the powerful words of from many remarkable pillars of the early church. Such Pillers include, but are not limited to the following: Charles Spurgeon, Alexander MacLaren, John Wesley, Matthew Henry, Charles Finney, and so many more.

These devotions are brought forth from some of their best, most inspirational thoughts and insights, making this publication unique and powerful. As each day passes, growth and maturity of faith are certain to be obtained by all who absorb their words with sincerity.

This devotional is centered around the gospel of John, a perfect place for either new or seasoned Christians to find inspiration, thus it is a recommended purchase for anyone who desires to dig deeper into the Word of God.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski 


Published in: on December 11, 2018 at 8:10 pm  Leave a Comment  

Devotional Review: You’ve Got This


You’ve Got This: (Because God’s Got you) 52 Devotions To Uplift & Encourage, written by KariAnne Wood, published by Tyndale Momentum: an imprint of Tyndale House Publishers, 

Is a book that is designed to help its readers face their daily lives within the power and presence of God.

This publication is designed to take a short amount of your day and impact it powerfully. Each of the 52 Devotions begins with a title, scripture, leading into the brief devotion and is wrapped up with a minute prayer.

The devotions are easily understood and tied perfectly to the referenced scripture. They are eye opening, inspirational and relatable to to those absorbing their words. They clearly display the fact that God is present in all our circumstances, good and bad, and that He will not leave our sides.

The impact that this little devotion book can have cannot be understated, thus it is a recommended purchase for personal use or as a gift.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on December 11, 2018 at 8:02 pm  Leave a Comment  

Bible Review: The Maxwell Leadership Bible


The NKJV Maxwell Leadership Bible: Lessons In Leadership From The Word Of God By John C Maxwell, published by Thomas Nelson, is a Bible that is designed to help those who have a heart for learning, studying or teaching Biblical leadership principles.

This Bible is designed to grasp the teaching of those throughout the scriptures and share their wisdom, knowledge, and guidance in a way that will help its readers become influencers within the church and within today’s society in general.

Coming forth from the pages, one will find: 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader, more than 100 biographical profiles that include times and events, hundreds of short articles, and so much more. 

Filled with a multitude of features this Bible has the power to guide and strengthen the impact of anyone blessed to turn it’s pages thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on November 10, 2018 at 2:37 pm  Leave a Comment  

Bible Review: NKJV Acient-Modern Bible



NKJV Ancient-Modern Bible: One Faith, Handed Down, For All The Saints; published by Thomas Nelson, is a Bible designed to bring together the knowledge of the past, present and utilize it to transform the future of those blessed to turn its pages.

Utilizing the wisdom from such scholars as: Eugene Peterson, Johannesburg Brenz, Bruce Waltke, James Bryan Smith, Victorian Strigel, Warren Wiersbe, Charles Spurgeon, John Calvin, John Wesley, C. S. Lewis, and so many others, this Bible has the potential to change the way its readers look at and absorb the knowledge of scripture and how it effects their relationship with Christ.

Turning the pages of this Bible, you will find new book introductions, biographies of notable church leaders, full color maps, and beautiful depictions of art that have crossed the span of time and history, lists of church creeds, and special scripture lists for various seasons.

In my personal journey through through this Bible, I find only two deficits at this point. While this Bible features the Thomas Nelson NKJV Comfort Print typeface, it is brought forth a little minute for the average reader, and the words of Christ are not presented in red.

All in all, this Bible has the potential to be a powerful asset towards the growth of.  those who possess it within their lives, thus it is a recommended purchase.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on October 5, 2018 at 10:29 pm  Leave a Comment