Posts filed under: Books to Read

By Phoebe Farag Mikhail The Great Lent is upon us, and with it a call to spend less time on eating and more time on prayer, spiritual reading, and charitable giving. Today I’m sharing my Lenten reading with you, and...
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail It happens regularly. A scroll down my newsfeed screams outrage about the latest tweet, rant, or hateful comment. Soon, I start to feel the same anger welling up inside me, the darkness around me, and almost...
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by Phoebe Farag Mikhail Last month was the anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre, a national tragedy that still haunts us, especially parents. Since the day it happened, every time I drop off my children, I give them a hug...
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by Phoebe Farag Mikhail In Your Best Year Ever: A 5-Step Plan for Reaching Your Most Important Goals (which I review here), Michael Hyatt references Brene Brown about using regret as a way to move forward. This is a post about...
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail Read to the end to find out how to win a giveaway copy of Your Best Year Ever by Michael Hyatt, and how to access my newly updated Annual Reflection and Planning Journal tool, which is...
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail It’s time again for my collection of book and gift recommendations, coupon codes and SEVEN giveaways! I am so excited to share these items with you. In order to enter the giveaway and get a chance...
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail I am pleased to announce the Being in Community Book of the Year for 2017! When you read Irene Noor’s debut novel, Yet, Home, you will agree that this book deserves the title and more. (Click...
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by Phoebe Farag Mikhail Occasionally a book arrives in my life at just the perfect time and speaks directly into my heart. My Favorite Color is Blue. Sometimes: A Journey Through Loss in Art and Color is one such book....
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By Phoebe Farag Mikhail I have not stopped talking about the movie Hidden Figures since I saw it this summer. Watching those three African-American women overcome almost impossible obstacles in the segregated South to achieve not just their own professional...
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by Phoebe Farag Mikhail Read to the end to learn how to enter the giveaway for one of three copies of How to do good: Essays on building a better world. There is a scene in the movie Hidden Figures...
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