Title: Everywhere Holy
Author: Kara Lawler
Rating: 5 out of 5
Life doesn’t have to be sweeping vistas and larger-than-life dreams. It can be small and ordinary and still be filled with God and love. For Kara, life is best lived in the mundane, everyday routines that fill her life, and God meets her there and opens her eyes to the beauty and grace that surrounds her.
I don’t have kids or a small farm like Kara does, but I enjoyed every page of this read. Kara’s writing isn’t flowery, but every sentence is filled with a simple grace that touched me. Peace and simple joy fill every page, and I highly recommend it.
Kara Lawler is a mother and a writer. Everywhere Holy is her newest book.
(Galley courtesy of Thomas Nelson in exchange for an honest review.)
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