God’s Word for Gardeners gathers information and insight from the Bible’s plants, landscapes, and common cultivating practices into prayerful daily devotions.
Myquillyn Smith’s 2021 release beautifully encourages readers to strive for a balance between minimalism’s all-encompassing benefits and cozy’s comfort and charm.
Intelligence is usually seen as the ability to think and learn, but in a rapidly changing world, there’s another set of cognitive skills that might matter more: the ability to rethink and unlearn.
In The Power of Writing It Down, Allison Fallon promotes the idea of writing down our thoughts as an essential way to navigate life.
Released earlier this year, Everything Will Be Okay is Dana Perino’s no-nonsense guide for young women looking to reframe their thinking, believe in themselves, and take risks.
In Remember, neuroscientist Lisa Genova argues that forgetting is an essential part of being human.
In Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave, HGTV star and Magnolia co-founder Joanna Gaines helps readers create a home that reflects the personalities and stories of the people who live there.
From the title, I assumed this book was just another gimmicky collection of halfway helpful ideas. Instead, I found words of encouragement, faith, and hope—all based on what the Bible says about prayer.
I’ve found a daily devotional book for 2021 that I think will be easy-to-digest (the entries are short enough that I’ll be able to catch up if I miss a few!) yet full of deep concepts.