Author: Théa

Writer. Editor. Amateur librarian. Mom of a lot of awesome little girls.
The BiblioFiles Podcast

I used to listen to many podcasts—homeschooling podcasts, history podcasts, writing podcasts, theology podcasts, sermons. But now, I only listen to two. There are a lot of reasons for that, but I’m not sorry: these […]

The Best News Ever | Chris Morphew

In 100 short readings, Best News Ever guides young readers through the book of Mark. This Bible study for kids features the elements I look for in studies for adults: it spends more time in […]

Sing a Song of Seasons | Fiona Waters

Sometimes the way to a good book lies through a bad book—in this case, a picture book I chose for my daughter, beautifully illustrated and filled with poems that compared baby frogs to aborted childhood […]

New albums from Caroline Cobb!

Caroline Cobb is my favorite songwriter. That’s a bold statement, but I thought a lot before committing to it, and I couldn’t think of a songwriter whose lyrics resonate more deeply with me, or whose […]

Bible History ABCs | Stephen J. Nichols

I don’t know what you thought when you saw the title of this book, but I thought, “Yes, a new one!” I have long loved Church History ABCs and Reformation ABCs and, frankly, everything I’ve […]

The Best Books I Read in 2019

So. Where did I go, exactly? I wish I could give you a flashy explanation for my sudden, unexplained absence—perhaps one involving time travel? Or the rescue of small, furry animals? But the truth is […]

“Behold the King” | Deeply Rooted

Writing about Christmas is one of my favorite ways to skim the emotional stuff off its surface and to remember that Christmas isn’t meant to be a season in which we all make everyone we […]

Happy Last Few Days of Advent!

This time of year, we usually have a pile of coats stationed by the front door—detritus from our scurryings in and out, to one event or another. And so this time of year is when […]