Book Club

Milk and Honey Magazine interview with former 700 Club host Kristi Watts, author of new Christian book Talk Yourself Happy! The book discusses faith, hope, and love through Christ!

Q&A: Author Kristi Watts

After you’ve been beaten down personally, professionally, and emotionally, how do you bounce back? That’s the question Kristi Watts asked herself after her marriage dissolved, she left her high-profile position as a cohost of The 700 Club, and she fell into several emotional pitfalls that left her feeling discouraged, disappointed, and distant from God. In her quest to find an answer, though, Kristi discovered one simple thing that had incredible power in determining her happiness: her words.


Milk and Honey Magazine review on Tim Tebow's book "Shaken," about faith, hope, and love.

Tim Tebow's 'Shaken'

Tim Tebow, the 29-year old college football star turned NFL QB turned MLB player, has seen it all. He's seen praise and ridicule; curses and fireworks; high-fives and crude judgement. Tim has been under a microscope since he was recognized by ESPN, complete with a televised documentary, as one of the best high school QB's to ever play. Since, it's been a rollercoaster of ups and downs, his fame and recognizability growing as quickly as a wildfire.


Milk and Honey Magazine interview with 'Riley Unlikely' author on her Kenya mession nonprofit, her faith, her favorite Bible verse, and her future plans and goals in Christ!

Riley Unlikely

Creating and running a non-profit is an accomplishment in and of itself, but Riley Banks-Snyder started one when she was just 14 years old. Really. She took her first trip to Kenya when she was 13 to serve at a neonatal unit and a school, and she remembers seeing babies being fed from medicine cups instead of bottles and an entire class sharing a single pencil due to a lack of resources. The experience created a deep desire within her to aid the people she met there.


Milk and Honey Magazine interviews Christian author Shauna Niequist about her new book, Present Over Perfect! Check out her other books: Bread & Wine, Cold Tangerines, Bittersweet, and Savor!

Present Over Perfect

After finding herself exhausted, isolated, and sick, author Shauna Niequist came to a point where she knew her life had to change. She was tired, burnt out, and felt unconnected to the people she loved.


Milk and Honey Magazine interviews Natalie Grant on her new book Finding Your Voice! Natalie shares her passion for Jesus Christ, her hopes for her daughters, and even her health/fitness tips on losing weight and keeping it off!

Natalie Grant Q&A

Natalie Grant is a woman who wears many hats: mom, wife, artist (one of our favorites, we might add!), writer, and abolitionist. Despite the impressive resume, though, she used to struggle to keep up with the appearance of perfection and live with purpose. 


Milk & Honey Magazine interviews author Lee​ana Tankersley on her new book, Brazen

Becoming Brazen

An Interview With Author Lee​ana Tankersley


Milk and Honey Magazine book review on The Chase by Kyle and Kelsey Kupecky. A God written love story!

"The Chase" Book Review

The Chase describes a true God-written love story. One that speaks of commitment, purity, and respect. Think this is only possible in fairytales? Think again!

The book describes the real-life love story of Kyle and Kelsey Kupecky. Written from the perspective of both Kelsey and Kyle, this book delves into the hot topic of dating and relationships. It is written in such a personal and relatable way, you feel as if you're sitting right across from both of them at Starbucks, chatting, laughing, and enjoying your favorite Frappuccino.


Milk and Honey Magazine's book suggestions for Christian women needing a relaxing novel!

Tea & Novels

“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.”  - CS Lewis

There is nothing quite like staying at home on a rainy night with a big fuzzy blanket, the fireplace roaring, Frank Sinatra's Greatest Hits, and a book you can't put down. The problem is, so many bestsellers tend to have a dark tone and leave me feeling empty.


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