Have you ever had a dream? Like a HUGE dream that seems both cliché and kind of impossible at the same time. Well, yeah, I think I have one of those. Very common among Christians and yet very challenging. Do you want to know what it is? Take a look at this: I want to … More My Journey to DTS–or so I Hope!
Helloooooooo!! I’m SO happy about this post that I can hardly stand it! Believe me! I’ve been expecting it since the last Academy Awards … for real. My dear friend, the super-talented Karlos Otero, has made his predictions for The Oscars 2017, and I CAN’T wait to show them to you. As you probably know, … More Academy Awards Predictions 2017 by K.O.
“An Uncommon Courtship” by Kristi Ann Hunter Pages: 352. Genre: Christian, fiction, romance. Published: January 3rd, 2017. Find this review on Amazon | Goodreads MY SYNOPSIS Trent Hawthorne can’t believed he’s married, and his heart is having a hard time accepting the idea there was no love behind this union. Now, he and Adelaide must find … More “An Uncommon Courtship” by Kristi Ann Hunter
I had the amazing, incredible, unforgettable opportunity to interview author and speaker Barnabas Piper. Two years ago, I read his book “Help My Unbelief”, and it caused a HUGE impression in me, because, as I’ve mentioned countless of times, I struggled a lot with doubts when I began my walk with God at the age … More Interview with Barnabas Piper
“In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day” by Mark Batterson Pages: 224. Genre: Christian, nonfiction, faith. Find this review on Amazon | Goodreads MY SYNOPSIS Benaiah is someone you probably wouldn’t noticed easily while reading Scripture, but it shouldn’t be the case since he dared to chase a lion into a pit! This book … More “In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day” by Mark Batterson
Year after year, Goodreads asks the same question: “how many books do you plan to read, Natacha? 12? 24? 1001? They never receive my answer, though. It must be the rebel in me, I think; but, honestly, I can’t do that to myself. I love reading so much to ruin it like that. Every person is different, … More This is why I don’t set reading goals in numbers
*I can’t believe I’m actually writing this post* I had the opportunity to interview Jesús Adrián Romero (JAR), which seemed impossible to happen because 1) He’s in another country 2) He travels a lot 3) He’s very, very busy, and 4) Hundreds of people write to him daily. However, here we are! 😀 He took … More Interview with Jesús Adrián Romero