Book Reviews

A Review of A LAUGHING MATTER OF PAIN by Cynthia Hilston

 A smile – a joke – laughter – these are all capable of hiding pain. Years of being a jokester can fool everyone. Often the people who seem the happiest are the ones who have the most pain. Harry Rechthart is always a clown, cracking jokes more often than not. Growing up, though he is… Continue reading A Review of A LAUGHING MATTER OF PAIN by Cynthia Hilston

Book Reviews

A Review of Reinventing Rachel by Alison Strobel

Reinventing Rachel by Alison Strobel   What happened! Rachel Westing is doing everything right. She is a good Christian. She is working her way up to management at the coffee shop where she works; she is running a ministry or teenage girls, and fulfilling her evangelical duties as a Christian. She and her boyfriend are… Continue reading A Review of Reinventing Rachel by Alison Strobel