Bachelor Missions: A Faith Adventure to Remember

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Bachelor Missions Purpose

Welcome to another Celebrate Lit Book Review: The Bachelor Missions: Kristian Clark and the Agency Trap (Book One) I received a free copy of this book to review, but my thoughts are my own, I was not required to leave a positive review. Note this post contains affiliate links, you may read my full disclosure here. Name of book: The Bachelor Missions Author: Jes Drew The good-guys, the bad-guys, and the wild card- it’s the ultimate game of cloak and dagger… Jes Drew lives with her mom, dad, younger sister (the illustrious Nicki Chapelway), four younger brothers (yes, four), and two dogs. She … Read More

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3 Amazing Christian Time Travel Adventures

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Challenge your Faith with Christian Time Travel

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to find yourself in another time entirely? This has always fascinated me. (And NOT just because Captain Kirk and Spock did that regularly😊 ) Would you be able to maintain your faith? Would you be able to embrace the challenge of life in another time, and share Jesus Christ with those around you? Or maybe even meet Him yourself, in a grand new way? With these Christian Time Travel series, you can explore the possibilities, and consider how you think you would handle things. I think they are all excellent examples … Read More

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Biblical Fiction You Can Enjoy AND Learn From

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Step Inside some Biblical Fiction Today

Some Friends and I were out for a Girls Mom’s afternoon recently, when the topic of Biblical Fiction came up. Now if you know me at all, you know I read a lot. My favorite categories are historical and Biblical fiction. I was surprised by how many of my friends were afraid, or at least nervous, about reading Biblical Fiction. I certainly understood their reasons, primarily, not wanting to get the Truth and a fictional account confused and mixed up in their minds. Combine that with the uncertainty of denominational assumptions and other issues, this can be dangerous, if you’re … Read More

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