Keagan’s Review of “Fear No Evil” by Allen Brokken

Fear No Evil is a middle-grade christian fantasy novel by Allen Brokken. It includes magical beings like giants, acidic salamanders, and small goblin-like creatures who live in peace with bears. And a world where the Darkness threatens the peace between all creatures. Lauren, Aiden, and Ethan are separated when the ferry carrying them across aContinue reading “Keagan’s Review of “Fear No Evil” by Allen Brokken”

Three Picture Books to Encourage Faith and Inner Strength

I Am Enough by Grace Byers Empowering and poetic, I Am Enough offers readers a powerful message and engaging illustrations that blend whimsy and realism. While it isn’t a traditional story or specifically Christian like the other two books in this post, it is full of positive affirmations celebrating that everyone and everything has aContinue reading “Three Picture Books to Encourage Faith and Inner Strength”

Keagan’s Review of “Still Small Voice” by Allen Brokken

This is a book review written by my son. It has been published with his permission. Still Small Voice is a middle-grade Christian fantasy novel by Allen Brokken. The story includes many unique elements, such as sacred animals with special gifts and physical forms of good and evil. Lauren, Aiden, and Ethan are tasked withContinue reading “Keagan’s Review of “Still Small Voice” by Allen Brokken”

A Prayer for All

Will you join me in prayer today? I am a follower of Christ first. I strive to follow His lead: to honor God’s commands, to love even those who hate me, and to share the gospel—the story of Christ and His sacrifice in order that all might be saved. But I am also still human.Continue reading “A Prayer for All”

INKTOBER: Rip

October is INKTOBER! INKTOBER is a drawing prompt challenge that takes place during the entire month of October—just for fun. Look for a drawing and a story each Friday. Are you INKTOBER-ING? Drop a line in the comments about where you’re sharing your INKTOBER prompts. Today’s Prompt: Rip Super Dumpty Origin Story Discover SCBWI Bookstop! Every yearContinue reading “INKTOBER: Rip”