I am so excited for the release of the Wide Margin Filament Bible by Tyndale. The Filament style of Bible is known by how they combine modern technology and God's Word. It eliminates the need to carry around a large study Bible, an array of videos, music, etc through the use of the Filament app and a scanning logo located beside the page numbers at the top of each page. The words of Jesus are in red, which I love for my study time. There is plenty of room on the margin for any type of notes, journaling, or anyway you would like to study your Bible. There are multiple covers available, including the 2 beauties in this picture! The only issue I have with the Bible is that sometimes it can take a couple of scans before it identifies the correct page. Otherwise, I am so happy with this Bible and would recommend it to anyone who wants to dive deeper into God's Word without breaking your shoulders carrying everything that this Bible contains. I received these copies from Tyndale in exchange for my honest review.


This book is a true story about a woman who was one of many babies who were sold out of a clinic in Georgia. Jane takes the reader on her journey from when she found out about her and her sister to finding out and telling the stories of others to her present state of healing. I found this book to be very interesting since this was the first I had ever heard about this. The fact that this is a true story can make it difficult to read and possibly triggering for some people. If you enjoy reading true crime stories, you will enjoy this story.

To say I love this book is putting it mildly! Gretchen has taken everything she has been doing for years with her company and put it into this book. It is so encouraging, thoughtful and full of the wisdom and understanding we all need to have as daughters of God. I recommend this to any woman who is feeling as though their relationship with God needs refreshing and also to any new believer. It will be a book that you will turn to again and again over the years!

“Rather, the well-watered life must be fought for, invested in, and tended to with love. It is the kind of life we were created to live, and it’s the kind of life Jesus came to give” (pg. 2).