We live in a time when it has never been easier to discover new voices of inspiration and encouragement. We hope Three Ladies is a place that helps you do that, and we are always on the lookout for those voices whose writing will be of value and enjoyment to you. “New” is a relative term, isn’t it? What’s new to you might be not so new to me. You’ve heard the saying “everything old is new again”? It’s certainly true in a new book of old voices that bring fresh insight for today.Read More
There is a song with lyrics that speak of wanting to go back to Eden, back to the perfection that was God’s original creation. We are all so aware that this world isn’t what it could be, isn’t what it should be. But was Eden really all it was cracked up to be?Read More
Almost every day I get a promo in my inbox that is for yet another book on being overwhelmed, overwrought, over busy, and not living the overcoming life. It’s a hot topic, and I just read an article on why time management strategies don’t work for most people over a long period of time. The short answer is that we don’t change the things we do, we just keep trying to manage the way we do them. In conclusion-we’re doing too many unnecessary things that keep us from being productive in the necessary things.
And it’s making us crazy.Read More
I know a gal who makes a point of writing down everything she finds amusing that her friends and kids say. She puts them in her phone and now and then she shares them in a series of hilarious stories on Instagram. I started this habit with my kids, because let's face it, our kids are hilarious. From their opinions on food, to the long term goals they set as a four year old about what they want to be when they grow up, kids give the best answers. Which is why I'm absolutely loving this brand new book from Waterbrook.Read More
Have you ever clicked on a book online and once you got it, discovered it wasn’t at all what you thought you were getting?
Depression, Anxiety, and the Christian Life, Practical Wisdom from Richard Baxter is one of those reads that turned out to be something I didn’t expect. This was both good and challenging at the same time.Read More
I’ve read a few books lately that have had a straightforwardness that I really appreciated. Maybe that doesn’t sound like the word that would entice you to pick up a book, maybe you’re looking for inspiring, or encouraging, or comforting, or relatable. In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character is the rare book that is all those things.Read More
I bet that you, like me, know someone who has had their identity compromised. Maybe it even happened to you, a hacked email, stolen credit card number, phising emails…there are so many ways to have our identity hijacked.
Among the many things I love about this ministry is this-the necessity to read a multitude of genres. While I might always order the same thing at Anita’s Mexican Restaurant, (the Coast Highway location for you San Diego County readers) I have learned to love variety in my reading over the years.
Everybody loves a story, so the infamous “they” say. I suppose that is true, as long as it’s a good story, with compelling characters, interesting plotline and mostly satisfying ending. Good stories are harder to write than most people think, and as a reader, bad stories are even harder to read. Here’s what I know from 20 years of selling books-people often disagree over whether a book is a good story.Read More
I know that you, like me, often sit around and ask yourself questions like “Just who IS America’s greatest theologian?”
No? Fine, me either. But listen, here is something to think about for a moment. This country is so blessed with amazing religious liberty, a rich history of the Christian church and continuing move of God, how did it get that way? Who were the men and women God used to grow and shape His work in America?Read More