The reason why I love Mondays -- Mailbox Monday hosted this month by the Library of Clean Reads. This week was a light week for books as I only received one for review:
1) An Anchor for the Soul by Ray Pritchard. Publisher's Summary. An Anchor for the Soul is written with doubters, seekers, and skeptics in mind. In a clear, straightforward presentation, Pastor Pritchard answers questions such as: What is God like? How can I know Him? Who is Jesus and what did He do? What does it mean to be a Christian? Through stories and illustrations, Pastor Pritchard very personally, yet gently, challenges his readers with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
I'm a reader/commuter in the DC Metro Area. My daily commute to work provides me with ample time to do what I love most: read! Whether its chick lit, literature, memoirs or other non fiction you can always find me with a book.
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