The quirky twenty-something protagonist who’s navigating the ups and downs of first world city life, having misadventures in dating, the workplace, and daily life. It was in early 2016 that I realized I was regurgitating the same themes over and over and over and even acknowledging that repetition within the comic.
I expected it to be welcoming me to the school and giving me some good information for what to expect next week. I don’t yet know which classroom is mine, what rotations she’s talking about, or whether or not my room has a projector, much less how how to use it.
Instead, it says simply: “Since you guys have big rooms, we are going to use your rooms for rotations the first week back to school. I’d forgotten how much it stinks to be the new person.
If you’re struggling to hope that you will ever find “Mr.
Right,” Stephanie’s story is proof that God is a good Father who gives good gifts to his children.
August’s book review is on Héctor Tobar’s true story, Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine, and the Miracle That Set Them Free.
As you know, a mine in Chile collapsed on August 5, 2010, and trapped 33 miners in …
Stephanie couldn’t help but wonder if there was something broken in herwas she not pretty enough? But amid the most cringeworthy setups and awkward encounters, Stephanie found God’s grace and love meeting her there in ways she never could have imaginedonce she opened her eyes to see.
12/14/2015Rische, senior editor of nonfiction books at Tyndale House Publishers, brings a pithy eye to the pitfalls and perils of modern dating in this memoir-cum-instruction manual.
If you’ve ever been brave enough to outright ask God for the desire of your heart only to be met with what feels like stony silence, this book is for you.