Category: Book Reviews

Let Justice Roll Down

As we honor the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. and his fight for civil rights today, I’d like to high-light another civil rights leader who has continued to fight for racial equality: Dr. John Perkins.   End to Racism MLK, Jr. began fearlessly and nonviolently fighting for civil rights in 1955. His impassioned speeches Read More

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When God Doesn’t Fix It

In her book¬†When God Doesn’t Fix It, Laura Story details the unexpected path she and her husband, Martin, have been traveling since 2006. Just two years into their marriage, Martin’s CT and MRI results would dramatically change the trajectory of their lives. A Brain Tumor “The scans indicate I have a brain tumor and it Read More

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Overload

Ever feel overloaded by all of life’s demands? Me, too. When someone asks you how you are, it used to be the common response was “I’m fine.” But now, I often hear “I’m stressed.” I can relate. But this madness has to stop! We are taking away from the quality and length of our lives Read More

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The Scars That Have Shaped Me

“A scar is a mark left by a healed wound. My scars signify healing,” writes author Vaneetha Risner. Yes! They definitely do signify healing. As one with a “zipperhead” scar from brain surgery, I look at my scar in the mirror almost daily and know it represents my healing from Moyamoya disease. The Scars That Read More

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Hope Prevails

“I’ve written this book because I’ve been there,” Dr. Michelle Bengtson shares in her newly released book Hope Prevails. Not only does she treat patients who are in the pit of depression, but she’s been there herself. Chains of Depression Falling Off As a board-certified neuropsychologist, Dr. Michelle Bengston offers therapy for patients who struggle Read More

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