Q&A with Jen Weaver about A Wife’s Secret to Happiness

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A month ago, I wrote a book review for Jen Weaver’s excellent book, A Wife’s Secret to Happiness. Today, I have the privilege of having Jen over at my blog for a Q&A about her book so you can get a glimpse into her heart behind the writing. Enjoy!

1. Why did you decide to write this book?

A Wife’s Secret to Happiness grew out of conversations I had with the Lord. He kept talking with me about themes of authority and submission, and how my faith can be cultivated and demonstrated in the way I live as a wife. I truly believe it all started because God wanted me to learn these concepts, and He knew if I started writing, I’d have to study and pay attention. As I started experiencing the freedom and blessings that come from applying these truths to my life, I couldn’t share it fast enough. Continue reading

Bible Basics: A Baby Believer Counting Primer Book Review

Bible Basics

by Heather Bock

Before you read, I’d be so grateful if you’d head over to thejenweaver.com/writers-contest to vote for me by clicking “like” under my picture in the writers contest I entered. I can’t make it without you! The contest is for my book review for Jen Weaver’s book A Wife’s Secret to Happiness, which is here, if you’d like to read it!

Also, don’t miss the giveaway at the end of this post for this book!

My book review this week is a little different than normal. Instead of a Christian living book like Parenting by Paul David Tripp or The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp, today I want to introduce you to a little board book called Bible Basics: A Baby Believer Counting Primer.  Continue reading

A Severe Mercy by Sheldon Vanauken Book Review

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by Heather Bock

I hope you don’t think I find every book I read amazing. I admit I must sound like that when I write reviews here. After all, I really loved Parenting by Paul David Tripp, The Broken Way by Ann Voskamp, and I’ve found a lot of value in the other books I’ve read and reviewed, too. The truth is I recently read a fiction book that I did not love at all, but as it’s probably not likely my readers would pick that book up anyway, why waste your time telling you why you shouldn’t bother? Someday I might unfavorably review a popular book, but it’s been a while since I’ve read a popular book I didn’t like–before I started reviewing anyway. Maybe I’ll go back to one I didn’t like just to balance out all my positive reviews.

In the meantime, however, I wanted to introduce you to one of my favorite non-fiction books of all time, Continue reading