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This Review Submitted by seasonswithsoul

"You know you love your child. But how can you show it so they really feel loved?" asks the book cover.

We're a busy household with three kids -- ages 3, 8, and 10 -- as well...

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Oct 10, 13

This Review Submitted by mcdanell99

"That's why I am excited about this edition of The Moody Handbook of Theology, by Paul Enns. It is a wonderfully thorough, eminently readable, richly informative study of Christian...

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Jun 9, 14

This Review Submitted by Jude Wriley

As both an Eagle Scout and as a writer, I could better appreciate Mike Guzzardo's reworking of "mountain top experience" into a parable of hiking, of overcoming difficulties and...

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Jun 24, 12

This Review Submitted by abelleque

My favorite prompt from 101 Conversation Starters for Families...

"What were the best and worst moments from this past week?" ~ Question 24

I like that this question gives...

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Jun 15, 14

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"The Attributes of God Volume 1" is a compilation of sermons preached by A.W. Tozer at Southside Alliance Church in Chicago addressing 10 of God's attributes. A partial list...

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Feb 7, 16

This Review Submitted by pirategrl

~My Impressions~

I think it is easy for us as parents to want to define our success with our kids. This book takes the approach that there are 5 love languages our kids speak: physical...

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Feb 25, 14

This Review Submitted by natosha120

great book in learning about children emotions and touches to show Love, also about how parents can show their love.

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Sep 17, 13

This Review Submitted by kdenker

When I had a chance to review The 5 Love Languages for Kids, I was excited to jump in and try it. When it came in the mail, I skimmed through the chapters, then flipped to the back to look at the...

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Apr 17, 14

This Review Submitted by benjity

Despite a promising plot, excellent arc and a dramatic climax, Against the Gates of Hell, by Mylow Young, fell short of my expectations. Flat characters, a heavy dose of “the hood” vernacular and...

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Mar 3, 14

This Review Submitted by karastarcher

The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell is based on the #1 New York Times bestseller The 5 Love Languages.

The main premise of the book is how to effectively...

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Sep 9, 14

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

“One Blood” by John Perkins is a great title on challenging the church to play a more active and effective role on race relations. Indeed, this has really been a thorn in the side of the church...

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Mar 14, 18

This Review Submitted by jpharder

The 5 Love Languages of Children takes the concepts originally written about in the original 5 Love Languages book, and seeks to apply them to parenting children. Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross...

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May 21, 12

This Review Submitted by Vik Tory Arch

Heather Holleman leads us to dive in into the Ephesians like no other Bible Study… She provided the workbook with a journaling space to write down reflections, thoughts, questions and to road map...

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Jul 25, 17

This Review Submitted by maryannb

This outstanding book addresses how each child expresses and receives love through one of five main "languages" - quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, or physical...

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Feb 18, 13

This Review Submitted by tatumrangel

In "The Adversary: The Christian Versus Demon Activity," Mark I. Bubeck discusses the subject of spiritual warfare and the many struggles that believers are facing today. He talks about...

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Mar 18, 14

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

Gary Chapman and Paul White take the concept of the five love languages and apply them to the workplace to show appreciation to our co-workers and employees. Chapman and White help readers to use...

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Nov 12, 13

This Review Submitted by Lovemywife

How do you take a seminary course on soteriology (the study of salvation) and explain lofty concepts like original sin, justification, and repentance and faith to the average Joe? Ray Pritchard...

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May 27, 13

This Review Submitted by danyelle0423

Sarah, cousin of the prophet Nehemiah, has always had a gift for languages and scrolls. When she's offered a position as the queen's scribe, she accepts but she never imagines how it...

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Mar 25, 13

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

Unlike my first experience with this book series (101 Conversation Starts for Families), which I felt was a disappointment, I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
The questions are all unique and...

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Feb 3, 15

This Review Submitted by CrochettoDani

Book Review: 101 Secrets for Your Twenties
Recently I finished reading the book, 101 Secrets for Your Twenties by Paul Angone.

"Even if life feels like you're driving...

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Aug 1, 13