“Say All the Unspoken Things” ~ a book review

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It has been a long time since I’ve had the opportunity to read a book of actual letters. FrontGate Media provided one for me, with John Sowers’ new book, Say All the Unspoken Things: A Book of Letters. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Here are my thoughts on it!

About Say All the Unspoken Things

How often do we share the innermost parts of our hearts with those we love? Probably for most of us, not that often. John Sowers must have noticed the same thing, because one year after he lost his mom, the “Nana” of his three daughters, he began to write this book. As he says in the author’s note:

“Death has implications. There is urgency to it. When the end is near, either our own or that of a loved one, we may feel a rush of urgency. Have we done all we need to do? Have we forgiven? Have we thanked them? Have we told them we love them? Have we poured out our full, beating hearts to them?”

John Sowers, Say All the Unspoken Things, p. ix

Sowers hadn’t just lost his mom and his daughters’ Nana, though. He had lost his dearly loved grandmother, who helped raise him and his brother while his mom worked to support them, when he was in graduate school. These experiences helped him think about what he would want his girls to know; how he could give his heart to them, again, via letters he’d written to (and sometimes, about) them. The result of these thoughts is an outpouring of wisdom, faith, guidance, and life experience in a beautifully-readable form.

The author has written 33 “letters” categorized in 8 different divisions:

  • Part 1: You Are Created
  • Part 2: Identity and Purpose
  • Part 3: Growing Young
  • Part 4: Becoming
  • Part 5: Developing Character
  • Part 6: Friends and Relationships
  • Part 7: Finding and Being In Love
  • Part 8: Dreams and Legacy

Within each of these are 3-5 letters. They are gentle, beautiful letters that talk about everything from how his daughters were joyfully imagined in the mind of God and then created with love; to the practices that will build character in his girls as they grow; to the things that they should look for in the friends and future spouses who will seek to woo them. He talks to his girls about faith, community, being “famous,” and the different kinds of love. As well as boundaries; what they are and how to build them.

The book lovingly closes with the kinds of things a loving mentor would say to his protégé. How to have dreams and callings, and how to pursue them. And to understand what time is, and how it really does fly.

In addition, there are both personal letters to each of his three daughters, as well as instructions readers can follow to create their own letters.

What I enjoyed about the book

Really–I can’t think about anything I didn’t enjoy! John Sowers’ book is so clearly an exercise of love to his enormously-cherished daughters. His instruction is gentle and kind, yet also truthful and based on his own life of faith in Christ. It’s very interesting. And, I can say, it is something that most readers could benefit from. Who wouldn’t want to hear kind instruction on what is important in life; what you should watch out for; and what to do as you’re hearing God’s invitations and calls?

I loved it. And I think so many people would. There are SO MANY areas of life we experience as we grow up; as children, to teens, to young adults, and so on. Maybe all of us don’t have know-how or excellence in all of these. But we can truly benefit from Sowers’ own experiences, as well as everything he observed not only from his mom and grandmother, but also from the perfect Parent, God.

And I can’t complete my impressions on Say All the Unspoken Things without sharing with you a few of my favorite passages! Such as:

  • “We were not created to die. It was not this way in the beginning. This is why death feels so wrong and confusing. Death was not part of the original plan; it was not in the blueprint. We were created for life. Death is here now, but it won’t be forever. One day, there will be no more funerals or tears or goodbyes. This is all temporary.”
  • “If you live complaining and speaking of your losses, ruminating on bitterness, hurts, and negativity, you will become these things. But if you live grateful and speak life, if you meditate in your hearts on “whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy,” you become these things. Be mindful of the stories you tell yourselves and the stories you tell others about yourselves.”
  • “The worst part of that season was feeling abandoned by God….He is there. And he is inviting us to get honest, even if all we can do is show up. He whispers and reminds us that we are not alone….So open your ears. Open your hearts. Whispers are not usually audible, but they feel like peace.”
  • “Guard your hearts. Be careful what and who you allow into them. Be mindful of the conversations you have, the things you see with your eyes and listen to with your ears. Be careful of asking people for validation, giving them power over you. Your hearts are precious, and it is your life.”

If you could only see how many colored flags I placed on these pages! I only share a few of my favorites. But these are, I think, enough to give you a flavor of this wonderful book.

Where you can purchase Say All the Unspoken Things

You can purchase Say All the Unspoken Things via the link below, from a variety of booksellers (like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, Target, Walmart, and others). In addition, after you purchase, this link has a form you can fill out to receive some freebies which include a 5-day devotional and a 30-day guided journaling experience, both based on the book.

Purchase here

About the author

John Sowers Headshot

John Sowers is an author and speaker. His work and writings have been featured by Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, ESPN, Mariah Shriver, Oprah Radio, the Oregonian, the Oklahoman, and others. John received the President’s Champion of Change award at the White House from President Obama.

John led a homeless shelter and has worked with youth and in prisons. He co-founded The Mentoring Project with Donald Miller and was multi-language director for the Billy Graham Association–working with twenty-six language groups in Los Angeles and New York.

He received his master’s of divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and his doctorate from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. He is the author of Fatherless Generation: Redeeming the Story and Heroic Path: In Search of the Masculine Heart. John has written for the White House, Relevant magazine, Wilderness, and other publications. But his favorite accomplishment is being a dad to his three daughters, Rosie, Dass, and Eva. John lives in a cabin in the woods near Ozark, Missouri.

Enjoy! –Wren

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from FrontGate Media. All opinions are honest and my own.

Beautiful picture book: “Good Morning, Little One” ~ a review

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FrontGate Media sent me the most beautiful picture book, just in time for Easter! Artist Amy Kavelaris painted and wrote Good Morning, Little One to share God’s delight and love for children. It is absolutely gorgeous, and you will definitely want to get a copy of this for your family (or others that you love!). Let me show you some of this wonderful book.

About Good Morning, Little One

In Good Morning, Little One, Amy Kavelaris pairs her beautiful painted animals with Scripture and words to remind children (and adults!) that God is always watching over them, rejoicing over them, and loving them. Subtitled “New Mercies and Prayers to Carry You Through the Day,” this is the perfect book to help establish your child’s faith early on! The endpapers and paste-down of this hardback are a lovely green and have promises from Scripture written in flowing font, with flower around the edges. There’s also a spot for the giver of the book to inscribe it to the child.

The characters in this book are lambs, puppies and bunny rabbits. They’re embraced by their animal parents, who are greeting them with God’s blessings in the new day, and the parents’ trust and belief that God will carry their precious child all day long. There are gorgeous illustrations with those main characters, plus some birds and mice tucked around the corners. Promises of God’s incredible care and love are written on each pair of pages. And, there are some surprises on the pages as well; Amy Kavelaris has tucked the Bible verses that contain the promises in tiny font, so families can do a treasure hunt for them as well as look them up in their own Bibles.

The prose flows gently and pairs perfectly with the pages. On these pages, children are reminded that God protects them, picks them up when they get tired, and will always seek them and find them when they are lost.

On the facing page to the promise that God carries us, children are treated to a visual illustration of what that can look like, where a puppy is carried in a comfy basket (with a plaid cloth) by its fluffy dog parent. (Maybe they are golden retrievers!)

Again and again in this lovely book, readers are treated to the beauty of God’s care for us in its Bible verses and the darling animals which are so beautifully painted by Kavelaris. Children are also encouraged to dance and worship God, to call out to God in prayers, and to remember that God crafted every single part of them. I just loved the pages that remind readers that even if dark moments come, God’s love will still shine brightly on them. This is a message not only that children need to hear, but that parents and grandparents will be comforted by as they share them together.

This book is just such a joy! I love its charming animals and beautiful verses. (The author even included my most favorite flower, peonies!) Its message, that the God who made us loves us, cares for us each day, and is thrilled when we reach out for Him, is the perfect way parents can start each day with their children. This book would be the perfect addition to an Easter basket, or a gift for a new baby; really, it’s the perfect addition to any child’s library. Don’t miss it!

Where you can purchase Good Morning, Little One

You can purchase Good Morning, Little One by clicking on this link from Amazon, Walmart, Christianbook, Barnes & Noble and other booksellers. You can also download a charming, *free* Activity Guide to go with the book.

Enjoy! –Wren

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the author. All opinions are my own.

A little about “I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants)” –now available!

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I’ve had the chance to dig into this wonderful new book about women’s friendships, courtesy of FrontGate Media and authors Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston. It is, honestly, the perfect book for women after nearly two straight years of a worldwide pandemic.

I don’t know about you. But I have realized, in the last few months, how much I miss pre-corona get-togethers. There are so many things I miss doing with my gal friends, that would have been pretty easy to schedule almost at the drop of a hat. And there are precious people that I used to see here and there that I have almost lost touch with completely.

I realized that not only do I want covid to GO AWAY; but, I also need to do some sort of reset on my friendships. And just in time: I received I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants), by Amy Weatherly & Jess Johnston.

It. Is. Wonderful!

Amy and Jess became friends online. Then they moved to phone calls (they lived states away from each other). And then, out of that friendship, the Sister, I Am With You blog was born. As you probably can imagine, this online spot is to encourage, to uplift, to help build up friendships. Just what their book is about, in real, hilarious, gut-honest wonderfulness. Here’s just a sample of what you will find in this book, from the table of contents:

You know, we’ve all had friend struggles. Such as:

  • When you think you’re the only one who doesn’t have friends
  • When your “person” moves away
  • When you get ghosted by someone you thought was close to you
  • When you don’t know how to make friends
  • And all those other friend moments that hurt your heart

Amy and Jess have felt all those things. They’ve talked about them. And it turns out, all women go through this. But how do you get over the pain, or keep your friendships close, or build new ones? They have beautiful and encouraging words for so many situations that we’ve all faced. And maybe now (like me) you are really noticing that you miss your girlfriends! If that is you, I can’t recommend this book more highly.

Some of my favorite moments from this book

About a friend breakup: “It taught me to choose my friends wisely, to be intentional about the relationships I invest in, to guard my heart, and to go all in. It taught me to love the moment but to be aware that anything can change. It taught me to know who I am…It taught me about boundaries and learning to leave with grace.”

About moving away from self-criticism: “I had welcomed myself. I had honored who God made me to be, and this gave me energy to breathe life into the people around me. I relaxed…If you did not like me or wave me over to sit in your circle, it was okay because I believed someone eventually would.”

About how to build friendships: “Invest in people who are like-hearted. Invest in people who are capable of investing in you. Invest in people who make room for you at their tables. Invest in people who are dependable. Invest in people who are consistent and willing to get real…who make you feel a sense of connection, and even more importantly, a sense of belonging.”

And this one, which I won’t explain because you seriously just need to read this book and delight in it without knowing it’s coming: “You can’t be everyone’s Chick-fil-A sauce.”

There is just so much beauty in this book. But there is also such a sense of fun. Of open-heartedness, and sound counsel sprinkled not only with honesty, but with kindness and care. I loved I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants), and I think you will too!

Where you can purchase I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants)

You can find this amazing book on Amazon! Just click on the link below, and it will take you right to the book’s page.

I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants) purchase page

Where you can find the authors on social media

These gals are so fun! So if you’d like to follow them, here’s where you’ll find them:

Amy Weatherly on Instagram

Jess Johnston on Instagram

Sister, I Am With You on Instagram

Enjoy! –Wren

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“Purify My Heart” ~ a review

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Have you ever wished you could look in on a wise, wonderful woman’s walk with God? Recently, FrontGate Media sent me a copy of Isabelle Joye’s devotional/journal, entitled Purify My Heart: A Dialogue With Jesus. Suddenly, I had that opportunity! And it was wonderful and encouraging. Let me tell you about it!

About Purify My Heart

Purify My Heart: A Dialogue with Jesus started as Isabelle Joye’s own prayer journal. In it, she wrote her prayers and poured out her heart, her experiences, and what she felt God was saying to her in return, either in prayer or via the Bible, in both conversations and verses that she lists in each chapter. She wasn’t actually writing for human consumption, either! But she was moved to provide it for publishing (with some editing, and removal of others’ identifying names), after she saw a man say on Christian television that he’d understood from God in a vision that the world needed more Christian books, as many people do not read the Bible (my paraphrase).

Purify My Heart could be used in a number of ways. It has 52 chapters, so the reader could choose to read one per week. There are Scriptures centered around each devotional’s subject, plus written responses to Isabelle’s words/prayers that she felt she received from the Lord. There are questions posted at each chapter’s end to the reader, plus a page of journaling lines as well, so that the reader can answer the questions, write her (or his!) own thoughts, and record prayers.

I think that this could also be a sweet book to use as a family, during family devotionals. (Of course then, parents and children could use their own journals or notebooks to record their answers, as well as taking time to discuss what was just read.) But Purify My Heart is so intimate and dear that personal use of the book by an individual, might be the very best way.

The chapter subjects are many and varied, yet still seem to center on several topics; chiefly growing in relationship with Jesus, as well as in personal holiness and love for God. These topics are reflected in chapter titles. For example:

  • You Found Me
  • All Things Work Together for Good
  • Whittling
  • Forgiveness
  • My Creator
  • Pride
  • The Word
  • and many more!

My impressions–and the effect Purify My Heart had on me

What a lovely, impactful, yet gently challenging book. As I said in my first paragraph, I’ve wondered what a wise and godly woman’s inner life with the Lord might look like. Well, Purify My Heart opened my eyes to show me an intimate look at one woman’s walk with Christ. Although she probably wouldn’t say this, I had this reaction: Wow!

Isabelle very kindly shares her deepest struggles and indeed, some of her closest moments with the Lord with readers. She is open about her sins and what she would call her weaknesses. Again and again, she talks about her own life, holds it up to what she knows the Lord or His Word are asking of her, and confesses where she is wrong. Repeatedly, she expresses her love for the Lord, her desire to serve Him, and asks His help to become what He has planned for her.

I was so blessed to read this, even as I was challenged and convicted about my own life. I don’t spend a lot of time asking God to show my the error of my ways! My prayers are often more like, “Help!” or “Please lead me in this day,” or, as the extrovert that I am, “Please give me your words to say” (or write). Isabelle lays her soul and heart out before the Lord, agrees with Him about the truth, and blesses Him. Expresses her love for Him. Asks for His help to walk in a better way.

It truly astounded me. And it revealed a beautiful closeness that is available for the child of God. I really felt, as I read and after I read, closer to God, more desirous of wanting to be close to Him, and feeling His presence very near and dear to me.

That’s kind of an awesome outcome for a devotional!

About the author, Isabelle Joye

Isabelle Joye came to faith in Jesus Christ in 1973. (In fact, she talks a bit about that in this book!) Very soon after that, she got a concordance to go along with her Bible and noted what it said about the Bereans in Acts 17:11: “…they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.” She was able to learn quickly and also discover if people were actually preaching what the Bible said. (I’m always a fan of those who seek to learn as the Bereans did!)

In Purify My Heart, she opens her journal to those who are interested, for the purposes of growth, edification, and understanding of what a walk with the Lord can be. What a blessing.

Visit her website here: Isabelle Joye

Watch the book trailer

Here’s a lovely book trailer for Purify My Heart. Take a look!

Where you can purchase your own copy

You can purchase Purify My Heart from Amazon. Here’s a link!

Purify My Heart: A Dialogue with Jesus on Amazon

Thank you for letting me share this beautiful, encouraging, and edifying book with you. I know I’ll return to it again and again. I hope you’ll check it out for yourself!

Enjoy! –Wren

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Amazon. All opinions are my own.

“Revived & Renovated” ~ a review & giveaway (ends 12/22/21)

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I just received a lovely book about looking at and comparing the Christian life as it relates to the physical or improving changes we make in our homes from FrontGate Media. It’s called Revived & Renovated and it’s co-written by authors Victoria Duerstock and Paige Rien, who are experienced in both those arenas. It’s a beautiful read that would be a fantastic gift (for others or for yourself!). Let me tell you more!

The authors

Victoria Duerstock and Paige Rien are both followers of Christ. And that’s not all they have in common! They’re both women who’ve used their gifts and training to help homeowners, and women, create beauty in their homes by recreating a vision, remodeling, and renovating. Victoria has written several books about creating a beautiful home as well as offering hospitality, as well as building community. Paige worked on the HGTV show Hidden Potential and also has written a book about improving people’s homes and lives.

In Revived & Renovated, the authors share ideas both practical and inspirational, out of their years of making homes beautiful and also being made beautiful, themselves, by God in His relationship with each one.

About Revived & Renovated

This is the most creative book! Paige and Victoria speak about 11 actions we can take in our homes to improve them, and then relate those verbs to the ways God comes into our lives and brings beauty and growth. The two approach each action in a conversation, with wonderful words all starting with the letter “R,” and discuss how we make those happen in our living spaces while connecting each one with God’s work in us. The chapters’ titles themselves are so encouraging; Revived, Renovated, Restored, Refurbished, Reclaimed, Renewed, Refocused, Remade, Repurposed, Renamed, and Recovered.

This book could be read or used in a number of ways. It would be exceptional for a small group, where women could meet to brainstorm ideas for home beautification AND spiritual growth. It would make a great devotional book, with a person reading it and perhaps even journaling about what they learn from each chapter. (I guarantee that there will be wonderful ideas you’ll want to think more on!) Or, you could read it as I did, start to finish, like an interview or novel. (I admit to you, though, that my copy is bookmarked with a ton of Post-It flags, for ideas I want to revisit!)

Each chapter begins with a definition of its “R” word and title. What does it mean, does it have more than one definition? Then, one of the women brings that word to home improvement and beautification. What happens to a home or to furniture when that sort of action is taken? And from there, a conversation between Paige and Victoria flows with stops on the physical and on the spiritual.

My impressions of the book

I am not, honestly, a great home decorator. (Though I’d love to be!) And this was my first time to “interact” (if only in a book) with Victoria and Paige. Still, I gained some wonderful ideas for making my own home more beautiful, for creating order and intentional space. Even more, I was moved by the women’s honesty and openness about their own spiritual lives. The two have great voices and a relationship and respect for each other’s journeys and gifts that makes the book so fun to read.I loved the way they took these action-filled “R” words and applied them to our walks with God in relationship. (There’s another unintentional “R” word!) Here are some of my favorite moments from the book:

  • “And sometimes we’re like my children, who say, “I don’t see God in this! Where is He?” We must build the faith that tells us He’s there always even when we don’t feel it.”
  • “And we may think, “where do I begin?” We must remember: God is working alongside us, but sometimes those renewals happen in small, even tiny, stages every new day.”
  • “We feel that results are up to us when it’s actually a matter of us just doing the work that we know we’re supposed to do. Our part is to stay connected to the work and run the race with patience, endurance, perseverance, and faith.”
  • “We’re adopted as sons and daughters of God when we are brought into His family through salvation. That is a beautiful thing to think about; being renamed. It’s a new identity.”

I just appreciated and enjoyed this book so much! Victoria and Paige were real, fun, and spoke about things that affect my life directly, whether it’s in the physical or the spiritual. I really hope that they do another book together. This was wonderful.

Where you can purchase Revived & Renovated

Revived & Renovated is available at Amazon. You can purchase it via the link below.

Amazon link for Revived & Renovated

How you can enter to win your own copy

Also, you can enter a giveaway to win a copy of Revived & Renovated for yourself! Just click on the link below that says “Enter here!” That will take you to the giveaway page. Giveaway winner will be selected on 12/22/21, so don’t delay!

Enter here!

Enjoy! –Wren

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from FrontGate Media. All opinions are my own.

“The Jesus I Know” ~ review of Kathie Lee Gifford’s wonderful new book

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Kathie Lee Gifford has just published her newest book: The Jesus I Know: Honest Conversations and Diverse Opinions About Who He Is. I was blessed to receive a copy of it from FrontGate Media. And I couldn’t put it down; I read it almost in one sitting! I’d love to tell you more about it, including where you can purchase your own copy.

Here is something I didn’t know about Kathie Lee Gifford. She is an interviewer whose kindness and compassion enable her guests to truly open their hearts and souls to her, which produces intimate, heart-felt conversations.

Of course, it would make sense that she’d interview well, with her 25+ years of co-hosting television morning shows (“Live! With Regis and Kathie Lee,” for 15 years, and fourth-hour “TODAY” with Hoda Kotb, for 11 years), during which Kathie Lee had numerous opportunities to interview actors, singers, authors, and those in the news. But as I read The Jesus I Know, I was enchanted by her interviewing style. As she spoke (for The Jesus I Know is laid out in a back-and-forth Q&A format) to her 24+ guests for this book, I noticed how she must have made them feel so very comfortable, accepted, and not judged. They opened their hearts to her and shared sensitive moments of their own histories that must certainly have been private; yet Kathie Lee clearly made them feel that their conversations were safe places. (Even as they all knew these interviews were for her upcoming book.)

The result is the most beautiful, encouraging, and life-giving book that I honestly could not put down. Kathie Lee’s question, to each one, was this: “Who is Jesus to you?” And the answers cover a broad gamut. Many of the guests are followers of Christ, and readers get to hear the stories of how they came to know Him and what their lives have been like since then. Others would not profess to be Christian, yet they still have an opinion on who Jesus is, and was; and they share moments of their own encounters with Him, whether they are vivid or more intangible. All of this combines to produce a book which left me with the impression of the connectedness and fellowship within the body of Christ; and also, how Jesus’s love really does reach out to touch everyone.

Who you’ll find in The Jesus I Know

Just a remarkable and wide-ranging group of people! As you can see in the picture above, Pattie Mallette shares with Kathie Lee what it was like to have her son, Justin Bieber, as a young woman of 19; and what she focused on as she raised him. Kris Jenner, mother of the Kardashian siblings, shares about her childhood faith, and how her first husband Robert Kardashian’s faith impacted her as she began to learn the Bible as a young adult. Brian “Head” Welch tells his story of life as a rock star as a guitarist for Korn, the American nu metal band, and how Jesus changed him from a man using copious amounts of drugs and alcohol to someone who was still a musician, but who was sober and working on being a great dad.

Readers also get to meet jewelry and handbag designer Brenda Shoenfeld, who talks about how God really does listen to us when we pray (and also about her kidnapping as a young girl) and how crucial forgiveness is. Joanne Moody’s chapter is called “Nothing Is Impossible With God,” which fits her story amazingly! (No spoilers but it involves some things that are pretty miraculous.) And Roger Charles, who set out as a young man determined to disprove God’s existence. (Something else happened instead.) Jimmy Wayne shares his incredible story of an elderly couple who, along with Jesus, rescued him. And so many more!

Some of my favorite moments from the book

I have tabbed many pages in the book, where either Kathie Lee or one of her guests said something that was very meaningful to me, that I wanted to remember and think upon more. Here are some of my faves!

  • Megyn Kelly, to Kathie Lee: “Every time you say a prayer, I’m blown away by how natural it is and what a good conversation you have with God just off the top of your head. I don’t think I’m good at it that way, but it’s a soft place to fall and that’s really how I see Jesus. He is my soft place to fall.”
  • Jimmie Allen: “We just got to remember that in the midst of our mess-ups, our shortcomings, and trying to figure out who we are, to God, we never lose our value.”
  • Brenda Schoenfeld’s mom, to her about hate, despair, and anger: “Any time you feel that, you pray, ‘God, You come in here right now. Right this second.’ And in that moment, you have a conversation with God about it. And you and Him clear it up. He will speak to you, and it will be gone.”

Also, there are wonderful moments that I loved with Kristin Chenoweth, Jason Kennedy, Lauren Scruggs, Chynna Phillips Baldwin, Janice Dean, and others. There is just so much rich content, so many beautiful conversations with very different people. I absolutely loved reading this book, and I recommend it to you!

Where you can find The Jesus I Know

You can purchase The Jesus I Know from several outlets. It’s available in print, on Kindle, and via Audiobook and audio CD. I’ve linked a couple of buy links below!

Kathie Lee Gifford


In closing

I thoroughly enjoyed The Jesus I Know. It was encouraging and so faith-building. And it did remind me of so many ways that God is working, and has been at work, in people all over the world. This would be a wonderful gift for someone you love–or even for you, yourself!

Enjoy! –Wren

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from FrontGate Media. All opinions are my own.