The Nook News
- May 28
Does God feel far away right now, and you have nothing left to offer him? In Steadfast Love, Lauren Chandler shares with her readers a difficult time in her own life. When her husband Matt was diagnosed with Stage 3 brain cancer, she leaned on the Scripture passage Psalm 107 to help her along her journey. She shares her discovery of God’s steadfast love during this storm of life when she called out to Him for help. Let the storms in your life cause you to call out to him as well. His love is all embracing!
- May 14
There is no perfect family, no life free of mess. But in the midst of it all, God is there, reminding us, “My child, I got this.” Sarah Parshall Perry, mother of three children, two of whom are on the autism spectrum, has experienced plenty of ups and downs. In Sand in My Sandwich: and Other Motherhood Messes I’m Learning to Love, she shares her story of motherhood and how God used her children and life’s messes as instruments of His presence and how God can put things back together the “right way.” Told with humor and honesty, this book will let you know that motherhood is delightfully messy and that you are not alone.
- May 7
Feeling chronically overwhelmed? Discover the power of cross-generational friendships! Exploring an encouraging vision from Titus 2, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth reveals that all women are strengthened when young moms and singles widen their peer groups to include those who’ve “been there” and when older “veterans” shed their protective cocoons and invest in the next generation. Read Adorned: Living Out the Beauty of the Gospel together by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.