Amy Timco is a committed Christian, voracious reader, incorrigible book sale shopper, and happy wife and mother. During her sons’ daily naptime, she is also a freelance copywriter and editor specializing in marketing and branding communications. She writes reviews of the books she consumes in the hope that they will help others find their next great read. You can visit her bookshelves at LibraryThing.com.

Dangerous Calling

In his latest book, biblical counselor Paul David Tripp addresses the challenges and temptations that are unique to or intensified by pastoral ministry. In his… Read more »


Passion and Purity

In Passion and Purity, Elisabeth Elliot uses her love story with her first husband Jim Elliot to illustrate the practical principles of the book’s subtitle: bringing… Read more »


The Heart of Addiction

Does the Bible have anything to say about a sin so desperate and devastating as addiction? The problem of addiction is so overwhelming, both in… Read more »


Mere Christianity

Mere Christianity is one of those books you hear about frequently, but really have to read to appreciate. While I certainly don’t agree with all… Read more »


The Problem of Pain

C. S. Lewis’ The Problem of Pain is a layman’s look at how Christians reconcile the existence of pain with the belief in God’s goodness…. Read more »