Reviews and Blog Posts: spirituality

The four agreements : a practical guide to personal freedom

by Miguel Ruiz

Reviewer Rating:
5

The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom (A Toltec Wisdom Book) by Don Miguel Ruiz is a novel I read every couple of years to remind myself of these life-changing agreements. The Four Agreements are very simple, but very insightful. To embrace and live each of the Four...

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Planning an Outlander party to swoon with other fans? ​

Guid gear comes in sma' bulk!

Good things come in small packages and your wee library card connects you to the World. Checkout the following resources to create a party worthy of the Scottish Highlands, even if you haven't read all eight books in the series!

Did You Miss This?

The Delta Sisters

If you browse the book stacks at the Central Library, chances are you'll spy a "Did you miss this?" bookmark tucked in a title. Staff periodically flag a book that may have fallen off your reading radar. Who knows? You may discover a new, favorite title!

Come, My Little Angel by Diane Nobel
A slim novella tells the story of 10 year old Daisy who is praying for a miracle in the High Sierras. If you like the series, Chicken Soup for the Soul, this story may be for you!

Out of the silent planet

by C. S. (Clive Staples) Lewis

Reviewer Rating:
3

Most people know C.S. Lewis for his Chronicles of Narnia series or his writings about Christianity and the human condition.  Out of the Silent Planet is the first book of his Space Trilogy and one of his earliest published works.  It tells the story of Dr. Ransom, a language professor, who unwillingly gets...

A Part

by Wendell Berry

Reviewer Rating:
3

This was my first foray into Wendell Berry's vast catalog.  A meditator on the natural and spiritual, Berry writes with an intimacy that goes beyond simple musings about the color of leaves or a distant God.  These poems have a rich, living feel that can only come from someone who...

A year of Biblical womanhood : how a liberated woman found herself sitting on her roof, covering her head, and calling her husband "master"?

by Rachel Held Evans

Reviewer Rating:
4

If you’re a woman of faith, how should you live your life?  Rachel Held Evans decided to try a brave experiment to find some answers for herself.  Rachel spent an entire year living “Biblical Womanhood.”  Rachel took some teachings from the bible to put into practice in her own life. ...

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