The Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 by Tim Madigan I don’t remember when I first learned about it. I had been studying the time between just after the Civil War, the so-called “Reconstruction” and The Harlem Renaissance of the early 1900’s. Between reading books, learning of Eric Foner (Professor and expert on the Reconstruction), and … More Tulsa, 1921. Race Riot or Massacre?
Peace. What is true Peace? How do we obtain it? Did you know that Peace is a weapon? I found myself marking every page and writing in my notebook as I read The Weapon of Peace: Warfare Strategies from the Courts of Heaven by Reeni Mederos. What is illegal spiritual warfare, and how does it … More The best 4 bucks I ever spent
There were rumbling thunderstorms last night with huge lightning flashes, so we turned off all major appliances, including the TV. I used the time to catch up on my reading. I found this book in the “free, take one” section of the local library. The author, Barbara Smucker, was a Canadian woman born in … More Book Review: Underground to Canada
We know God wants us to pray, we know He wants to answer our prayers, but we don’t always get the answer we hoped for. This book takes us “behind the scenes” at what is happening in the spirit realm when we pray. The author describes the prayer realm as a courtroom, where evidence is … More Book Review: Operating in the Courts of Heaven by Robert Henderson
I’m not a fan of the Horror genre but I have to respect a man who has sold so many books which were made into blockbuster movies. For those of us writers who are struggling with penning a novel, his book, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft is sweet freedom. When he writes gems … More Stephen King set me free
I recently finished reading an e-book novel called My Outcast Heart by Anna C. Bowling. I don’t normally read romance novels (mostly because they are all sex and very little romance) but this one held my attention. The story takes place in colonial New York in the 1720’s. It is a sweet story of a … More My Outcast Heart – I recommend you read this book!
Book Review: The Gendarme by Mark Mustian. I was walking through the Public Library and the cover of this book jumped out at me. It is a picture of a young woman, and only one side of her face can be seen. The title caught my eye, “The Gendarme.” [ This is because I am addicted … More The Gendarme