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This Review Submitted by C. D. Boyd

In The Moody Handbook of Theology, author Paul Enns attempts to provide a comprehensive introduction to theological studies that is useful to pastors and seminarians while still being accessible...

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Jun 30, 14

This Review Submitted by kquintos

This was a fun read with a lot of humor and clever catch-lines mixed in with some more serious advice. It was written with the advice to start each secret off with and the majority of the time the...

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Jun 29, 15

This Review Submitted by ftm0619

I’ve heard of the five love languages before and even applied some of the principles in my relationships. Boy, what a difference it makes! Simple concept, but very effective if applied. I’ve...

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Aug 25, 14

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Stephanie Perry Moore
Published by: LEVB

I am interested in reading any kind of fiction, including children’s fiction. That is why I was excited to read A+ Attitude and...

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May 3, 14

This Review Submitted by dmdifalco

Dannah Gresh's '"And The Bride Wore White`Seven Secrets to Sexual Purity"' is the perfect book to share with teen daughter's. Sometimes our children listen better...

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Jan 26, 14

This Review Submitted by lovemykidz316

My family had lots of fun with this book. It's a small, economically priced book that could be used in several different settings. It is a great resource to get your family communication...

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Feb 19, 15

This Review Submitted by seekingmyLord

I rarely read a book from cover to cover twice, but when I was given the opportunity to receive a free copy of the 2012 Edition of The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross...

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Sep 24, 12

This Review Submitted by thismomsdelight

Waiting can be boring.

Waiting can cause anxiety.

Waiting is inevitable. It’s a part of everyday living.

What are we doing with the waiting periods in our life? I’ve found...

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Sep 22, 13

This Review Submitted by MommyBugg

Spiritual warfare is real, and we are all involved whether we like it or not. The Bible plainly tells us that Satan schemes against humanity and that he wants to devour us. We must be aware of the...

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Dec 30, 13

This Review Submitted by colepc

Wouldn't it be nice to have a neat little guide that would explain how things would be during the first decade after you get out of high school? Paul Angone thought so, and wrote 101 Secrets...

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Jul 29, 13

This Review Submitted by bstrelluf

I am a younger type person and I like reading self help books, who doesn't need to improve themselves a little? So I was interested in "101 Secrets For Your Twenties" by Paul Angone...

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Jan 21, 15

This Review Submitted by himetoki

Quoted as a "wiser, funnier, older brother," by Seth Godin, the New York Times bestseller author of The Incarus Deception Angone's book gives practical and witty advice for any...

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Sep 27, 15

This Review Submitted by Fitzysmom

My oldest granddaughter is now reading chapter books so I've been looking for some series that might interest her. I came upon this Morgan Love series and decided we would give it a try. We...

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Sep 1, 13

This Review Submitted by krystlbear

Do you ever "think" you and your spouse have nothing new to talk about? Well...this book will get your talking. It's full of topics and questions.

They will get you thinking...

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Jun 2, 15

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell team up to take The 5 Love Languages to children. This book offers a description of each love language, characteristics of children that show a preference for that...

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Nov 7, 13

This Review Submitted by abelleque

My favorite prompt from 101 More Conversation Starters for Couples...

"What is something you would not change about your life right now?" ~ Question 38

I love this question...

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Jun 15, 14

This Review Submitted by Ragdogs

UPS: Morgan Love is very young to be going through everything she is; her parents divorced, her real dad in the army, new school, new baby, lots of new changes for a girl in the 2nd grade. So her...

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Sep 29, 14

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

Sometimes it's the little things in life that make big impacts. This book is little, simple, and fun. There aren't any bells and whistles or deep philosophical studies…but the questions...

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May 24, 14

This Review Submitted by THersh

The Five Love Languages of Children is a book that can help parents to learn how to best love their children. It goes through each love language and explains what to look for and how to show love...

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Jan 26, 15

This Review Submitted by Young_in_TX

I felt this book fell short. I was expecting MORE: HOW to embrace the every day ordinary of now until the Next Big Thing happens in our lives as the subtitle states. The author Jeff Goins told...

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Oct 16, 13