In This Moment (The Baxter Family #2)

In This Moment (The Baxter Family #2)

Luke Baxter--a lawyer specializing in religious freedom cases--takes on the fight of his life when public high school principal Wendell Quinn is sued for starting an after-school Bible study called Raise the Bar. Wendell has already lost the love of his life because of the program, but still he refuses to end it. Thanks to the program, Hamilton High has seen a dramatic dec Luke Baxter--a lawyer specializing in religious freedom cases--takes on the fight of his life when public high school pri...

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Title:In This Moment (The Baxter Family #2)
Author:Karen Kingsbury
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Genres:Christian Fiction
ISBN:1451687621
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:379 pages pages

In This Moment (The Baxter Family #2) Reviews

  • Melissa
    Jul 29, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

  • Sarah
    May 08, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

  • Ruby
    Jan 11, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

  • Laura
    Aug 26, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

  • Kathi
    Dec 02, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

  • Beckie Burnham
    Jan 29, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

    I am not at all impressed with this book. It should have been advertised as a stand-alone book, NOT a Baxter Family book, as advertised. Luke Baxter and his family are minor characters at best. If you're looking for a Baxter Family book, skip it. If you're looking for a Kingsbury b...

    Always enjoy catching up with my Baxter family. ...

    The Baxter name on the cover grabbed me, but the book is more about Wendell Quinn and his school than about the Baxters. My husband and I are both public school teachers, so there were some things about education that I found highly unbelievable, especially the fact that a high school ...

    **2.5 stars** It kind of hurts my heart to rate a Karen Kingsbury book at 2.5 stars. I've been reading her stuff, both the stories about the Baxters and her other stories, for a long time, and have loved many of them. However, this book really wasn't about the Baxter Family. Sure, t...

    I love series, the longer the better. Karen Kingsbury has created a saga wither her Baxter Family books. In This Moment is another installment in the Baxter families lives. I enjoyed getting the updates on all of the family members and it was enjoyable to spend time with Luke Baxter. H...

    Wendell Quinn is a high school principal where the kids are in gangs, high pregnancy rates, low grades, drug use, among other things. He was hired to make the school a better place. He tried what he could but nothing worked so he decided to start a program called "Raise the Bar." It is...

    Please! Make It Stop! Make The Torture Stop! I Can't Take It Anymore! Dear Karen Kingsbury, I'm onto you. I know your plan. I know this isn't really a novel. This is a cleverly disguised movie script packaged as a wholesome book for you to present to production companies. It se...

    Relevant is the one overwhelming word to describe In This Moment, the latest Baxter Family book from Karen Kingsbury. With the increase in drug overdoses, gang violence, and broken families, many believers are calling for a return to the values that once set our nation apart. Main char...

  • Kay Defreese
    Aug 30, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

    I am not at all impressed with this book. It should have been advertised as a stand-alone book, NOT a Baxter Family book, as advertised. Luke Baxter and his family are minor characters at best. If you're looking for a Baxter Family book, skip it. If you're looking for a Kingsbury b...

    Always enjoy catching up with my Baxter family. ...

    The Baxter name on the cover grabbed me, but the book is more about Wendell Quinn and his school than about the Baxters. My husband and I are both public school teachers, so there were some things about education that I found highly unbelievable, especially the fact that a high school ...

    **2.5 stars** It kind of hurts my heart to rate a Karen Kingsbury book at 2.5 stars. I've been reading her stuff, both the stories about the Baxters and her other stories, for a long time, and have loved many of them. However, this book really wasn't about the Baxter Family. Sure, t...

    I love series, the longer the better. Karen Kingsbury has created a saga wither her Baxter Family books. In This Moment is another installment in the Baxter families lives. I enjoyed getting the updates on all of the family members and it was enjoyable to spend time with Luke Baxter. H...

    Wendell Quinn is a high school principal where the kids are in gangs, high pregnancy rates, low grades, drug use, among other things. He was hired to make the school a better place. He tried what he could but nothing worked so he decided to start a program called "Raise the Bar." It is...

    Please! Make It Stop! Make The Torture Stop! I Can't Take It Anymore! Dear Karen Kingsbury, I'm onto you. I know your plan. I know this isn't really a novel. This is a cleverly disguised movie script packaged as a wholesome book for you to present to production companies. It se...

    Relevant is the one overwhelming word to describe In This Moment, the latest Baxter Family book from Karen Kingsbury. With the increase in drug overdoses, gang violence, and broken families, many believers are calling for a return to the values that once set our nation apart. Main char...

    In This Moment is part of the Baxter Family series. There are like 25 or 26 Baxter books before this but whose counting. You don't have to read all the previous books about the Baxter family to know what is going on. The author takes several pages in the beginning to give you a brief h...

  • Janet
    Nov 24, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

    I am not at all impressed with this book. It should have been advertised as a stand-alone book, NOT a Baxter Family book, as advertised. Luke Baxter and his family are minor characters at best. If you're looking for a Baxter Family book, skip it. If you're looking for a Kingsbury b...

    Always enjoy catching up with my Baxter family. ...

  • Anna
    Dec 27, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

  • Dana
    Nov 21, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

  • Kristine Morgan
    Dec 09, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

    I am not at all impressed with this book. It should have been advertised as a stand-alone book, NOT a Baxter Family book, as advertised. Luke Baxter and his family are minor characters at best. If you're looking for a Baxter Family book, skip it. If you're looking for a Kingsbury b...

    Always enjoy catching up with my Baxter family. ...

    The Baxter name on the cover grabbed me, but the book is more about Wendell Quinn and his school than about the Baxters. My husband and I are both public school teachers, so there were some things about education that I found highly unbelievable, especially the fact that a high school ...

    **2.5 stars** It kind of hurts my heart to rate a Karen Kingsbury book at 2.5 stars. I've been reading her stuff, both the stories about the Baxters and her other stories, for a long time, and have loved many of them. However, this book really wasn't about the Baxter Family. Sure, t...

    I love series, the longer the better. Karen Kingsbury has created a saga wither her Baxter Family books. In This Moment is another installment in the Baxter families lives. I enjoyed getting the updates on all of the family members and it was enjoyable to spend time with Luke Baxter. H...

  • Angela
    Dec 04, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

  • Karen
    Sep 29, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

  • Melanie
    May 28, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

    I am not at all impressed with this book. It should have been advertised as a stand-alone book, NOT a Baxter Family book, as advertised. Luke Baxter and his family are minor characters at best. If you're looking for a Baxter Family book, skip it. If you're looking for a Kingsbury b...

    Always enjoy catching up with my Baxter family. ...

    The Baxter name on the cover grabbed me, but the book is more about Wendell Quinn and his school than about the Baxters. My husband and I are both public school teachers, so there were some things about education that I found highly unbelievable, especially the fact that a high school ...

    **2.5 stars** It kind of hurts my heart to rate a Karen Kingsbury book at 2.5 stars. I've been reading her stuff, both the stories about the Baxters and her other stories, for a long time, and have loved many of them. However, this book really wasn't about the Baxter Family. Sure, t...

    I love series, the longer the better. Karen Kingsbury has created a saga wither her Baxter Family books. In This Moment is another installment in the Baxter families lives. I enjoyed getting the updates on all of the family members and it was enjoyable to spend time with Luke Baxter. H...

    Wendell Quinn is a high school principal where the kids are in gangs, high pregnancy rates, low grades, drug use, among other things. He was hired to make the school a better place. He tried what he could but nothing worked so he decided to start a program called "Raise the Bar." It is...

  • Amy
    Aug 25, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

  • Judy Collins
    Oct 12, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

  • Cathy
    Jan 12, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

  • Bryce Evans
    Jun 11, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

  • Joyce
    Mar 28, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

  • Randy Tramp
    Jan 07, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

  • Bekah
    May 15, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

  • Ary Chest
    Apr 15, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

    I am not at all impressed with this book. It should have been advertised as a stand-alone book, NOT a Baxter Family book, as advertised. Luke Baxter and his family are minor characters at best. If you're looking for a Baxter Family book, skip it. If you're looking for a Kingsbury b...

    Always enjoy catching up with my Baxter family. ...

    The Baxter name on the cover grabbed me, but the book is more about Wendell Quinn and his school than about the Baxters. My husband and I are both public school teachers, so there were some things about education that I found highly unbelievable, especially the fact that a high school ...

    **2.5 stars** It kind of hurts my heart to rate a Karen Kingsbury book at 2.5 stars. I've been reading her stuff, both the stories about the Baxters and her other stories, for a long time, and have loved many of them. However, this book really wasn't about the Baxter Family. Sure, t...

    I love series, the longer the better. Karen Kingsbury has created a saga wither her Baxter Family books. In This Moment is another installment in the Baxter families lives. I enjoyed getting the updates on all of the family members and it was enjoyable to spend time with Luke Baxter. H...

    Wendell Quinn is a high school principal where the kids are in gangs, high pregnancy rates, low grades, drug use, among other things. He was hired to make the school a better place. He tried what he could but nothing worked so he decided to start a program called "Raise the Bar." It is...

    Please! Make It Stop! Make The Torture Stop! I Can't Take It Anymore! Dear Karen Kingsbury, I'm onto you. I know your plan. I know this isn't really a novel. This is a cleverly disguised movie script packaged as a wholesome book for you to present to production companies. It se...

  • Jaime
    Dec 04, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

    I am not at all impressed with this book. It should have been advertised as a stand-alone book, NOT a Baxter Family book, as advertised. Luke Baxter and his family are minor characters at best. If you're looking for a Baxter Family book, skip it. If you're looking for a Kingsbury b...

  • Joy
    Sep 16, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

  • Kathleen
    Apr 21, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

  • Pamela
    Apr 24, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

  • ☘Tara Sheehan☘
    Nov 13, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

  • Candi Hadley
    Feb 25, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

    I am not at all impressed with this book. It should have been advertised as a stand-alone book, NOT a Baxter Family book, as advertised. Luke Baxter and his family are minor characters at best. If you're looking for a Baxter Family book, skip it. If you're looking for a Kingsbury b...

    Always enjoy catching up with my Baxter family. ...

    The Baxter name on the cover grabbed me, but the book is more about Wendell Quinn and his school than about the Baxters. My husband and I are both public school teachers, so there were some things about education that I found highly unbelievable, especially the fact that a high school ...

    **2.5 stars** It kind of hurts my heart to rate a Karen Kingsbury book at 2.5 stars. I've been reading her stuff, both the stories about the Baxters and her other stories, for a long time, and have loved many of them. However, this book really wasn't about the Baxter Family. Sure, t...

  • Stephanie Dulac
    Nov 25, 2017

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

  • Jilleebean
    Apr 24, 2018

    I?ll be up front, I?ve been a fan of Karen Kingsbury forever. My mom was reading her books for years then when I got older and wanted more than my Teen genre had to offer she began recommending Kingsbury. I fell in love. Her books give you a chance to relax and get away from the st...

    "In This Moment" is a timely book about a topic frequently in the news. Whether you are a person of faith or not, religious persecution is becoming prevalent in our society. For Wendell Quinn, a principal at a high school riddled with problems, he decides to offer a voluntary Bible S...

    At its core, Kingsbury's latest is an interesting story about the modern climate of religious freedom in the United States. However, one has to muddle through some factual inaccuracies and heavy-handed preaching of doom and gloom in order to find the key ideas. Although this is a part ...

    Review to follow. ...

    I love her books, but this one comes across more like a lecture :( ...

    "The Constitution guarantees us freedom of religion. Which means the kids at Hamilton High have a choice to pursue the Christian faith...or not." "You have to stand for something, or you will fall for anything." I enjoyed listening to the audiobook IN THIS MOMENT authored by Kar...

    I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so... I honestly loved this book. "Those who stand for nothing will fall for everything." I've fallen in love over the Baxter Family in the twenty-some books that I have read. This one was a great new editio...

    I have worked my way through the entire 20-something books in the Baxter series this year with anticipation of getting to this one. Only to be disappointed. The story felt forced and feature too little Baxter family. It seemed like such a let down after enjoying the early years of this...

    I really wanted to enjoy this book but it was mainly me just wanting to finish it and mark it as read. The description piqued my interest but as I kept reading, I felt like it was just a fairy tale, with everything just so sickeningly sweet. I hate to say that because I've enjoyed othe...

    This was yet another fantastic book written by Karen Kingsbury. This book definitely did not disappoint. What I Liked: This author's characters are always so well developed. I love every single one that I'm supposed to like and I always love the message of redemption that seems to u...

    Here?s some Christian fiction that really made me think. Quinn is a public school principal, and he is questioned over and over when he decides to host a voluntary Bible study after school in order to provide some structure and direction to his students. His reputation is at stake, h...

    How far would you go to protect your religious rights and the rights of others? Wendell Quinn is a high school principal in a high school where gang violence, low test scores and teen pregnancy are rampant. He does his research over one summer break and decides to start a voluntary aft...

    I have been a KK fan ever since I read the first Baxter books 17 years ago. I read the mixed reviews about this book and was concerned if I would enjoy it...I Did! It is more a book about religious freedom than a romance...very thought provoking for me. I loved seeing Luke Baxter as a ...

    This was a fabulous book with themes from racism, religious freedom, and faithfulness of God. I challenge any Christian to read this book, especially those teachers in public school. It was one of best Church vs. State books I have read. If you enjoyed the new God's not Dead 2, this sh...

    A story about religion in school and how people react to it. The principal Of Hamilton High is sued because he started an after school Bible study called Raise the Bar. In one year the school made great strides in all records to Improve. Luke Baxter takes the case against Wendell Qu...

    another wonderful book written by Karen Kingsbury i seen a lot of mixed reviews and people who didnt like it but i have to tell you readers this book didn't disappoint me. i feel she talks about a few things that are a little more personal and maybe thats why people have issues with th...

    I enjoyed the characters--both Wendell Quinn and catching up with the Baxters. I've worked in education 16 years, so I found several things unrealistic, but overall, it was a quick read on an interesting topic. I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own....

    Hamilton High School Principal Wendell Quinn starts a Bible Study and sees great results. Then he's hit with a lawsuit. A national storm rage. Battle or shut down the program? Luke Baxter, a lawyer, joins the fight. I love anything to do with the Baxters. Add Wendell Quinn and...

    In This Moment (Baxter Family #2) is a beautiful, inspiring story. Liked it a lot! ...

    Loved it I loved this book. I cried through parts of it. Well worth it and plan to read more of her books. Great Read! ...

    This was a quick and easy book to read, although not my favorite Baxter story. I can see that it is relevant in current times. The writing wasn't quite what I expected as I found a couple of inconsistencies and also too much repetition with the story of Wendell and Alicia and her past ...

    I am not at all impressed with this book. It should have been advertised as a stand-alone book, NOT a Baxter Family book, as advertised. Luke Baxter and his family are minor characters at best. If you're looking for a Baxter Family book, skip it. If you're looking for a Kingsbury b...

    Always enjoy catching up with my Baxter family. ...

    The Baxter name on the cover grabbed me, but the book is more about Wendell Quinn and his school than about the Baxters. My husband and I are both public school teachers, so there were some things about education that I found highly unbelievable, especially the fact that a high school ...