A few minutes ago, I posted about the issue of idolatry in Christian romance. I believe the idolatry presented in certain Christian romance (namely, that we can be fulfilled by another person), is an idea we borrowed from the world. So, in the process, we are offering “clean” knock-offs of the world’s stories. However, IContinue reading “Christian Romance Recommendation: Christy Miller”
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Chasing the Spotlight
For high school sophomore Amelia, the role of Peter Pan is so much more than just a part in a play. It’s her opportunity to finally convince her parents that she’s serious about her theatre involvement. With a year of acting experience under her belt, Amelia is certain that the title role is hers. After all, that is what God wants for her, right?
The Me You See (Book Review)
Fifteen year-old Isabella “Izzy” Valadéz is elated when her popular crush, Zac, starts paying attention to her. Izzy is thrilled with Zac’s attention, but her friends are skeptical, especially when Izzy starts changing herself to maintain Zac’s interest.