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Vertical Leap

This Review Submitted by kevimah

In his book Vertical Leap, legendary New York City basketball player Bill Rieser takes us on the journey of his life thus far. Growing up in a single-parent home in Brooklyn under a level of...

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Feb 20, 14

Widow of Gettsyburg

This Review Submitted by gatorade635

After thoroughly loving Jocelyn Green's debut novel I could not wait to get my hands of her second! And I loved this one too!
Almost every time we here the name Gettysburg our minds...

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Feb 20, 14

Ranger's Trail, A

This Review Submitted by smmcclamrock08

I really enjoyed this book. This is my second book by Darlene Franklin, so I had few expectations for this book. Of course, I wanted it to be as enjoyable as the rest of the series, and I was not...

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Feb 20, 14

This Review Submitted by ruthastiles

The Adversary is a powerful book that explores what many of us do not know much about. Or maybe you are like me and just “ignore” the fact that spiritual warfare exists around us. A few times in...

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Feb 20, 14

How to Ruin Your Life By 30

This Review Submitted by The Nerdy Bookworm

With a title such as How to Ruin Your Life By 30, and a cover featuring a man with his head in a blender, I just couldn’t pass up this book by Steve Farrar.

As a twenty-something, I was...

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Feb 19, 14

This Review Submitted by Gabrielle

I'm not twenty yet; I still have a few years to go. Yet, when I saw various reviews of the book 101 Secrets for Your Twenties online and in print publications, I knew that it would be the...

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Feb 18, 14

Ring Makes All the Difference, The

This Review Submitted by dmdifalco

Just last month there was an article in the Oprah Magazine entitled "Seven Reasons Not To Get Married" which more than perturbed me. As a Christian Wife and Mother it's truly...

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Feb 18, 14

Hitler's Cross

This Review Submitted by Composed By Grace

The deception of the nation of Germany by one mad man, Adolph Hitler, has intrigued me. How could such a large segment of the population be so deceived by such an unknown? And where was the body...

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Feb 18, 14

David and Bathsheba

This Review Submitted by mafinnegan

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David and Bathsheba

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Roberta Kells Dorr

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David and Bathsheba is a spellbinding story of a gifted king and the woman he loved but...

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Feb 18, 14

Kingdom Agenda, The

This Review Submitted by MOmademomma

The Kingdom Agenda by Dr. Tony Evans is a refreshing way to look at the Christian faith. This book will excite your life and renew the spark you had when you first became a Christian and were all...

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Feb 17, 14

David and Bathsheba

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Roberta Kells Dorr
Published by: River North

I've never really gotten into biblical fiction, but I chose to read this book, anyway, because I thought that it would be...

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Feb 17, 14

Beyond Bath Time

This Review Submitted by echoterry

Just to get it out at the beginning; excellent book. I will be lending this one out right away.

Erin Davis is straight up with you at the beginning, talking about her own failings as a...

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Feb 15, 14

What it Means to be a Man

This Review Submitted by jeffpanko

Here is a quick thought about Rhett Smith’s book, “What it means to be a Man”, it was a quick, interesting read. I enjoyed the concepts in this book; Men to need to be men and take care of...

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Feb 14, 14

Son of a Preacherman

This Review Submitted by skiwee47

Man meets woman in the Greenwood District of Tulsa Oklahoma in 1920, “birthed from the strict segregationist policies in Oklahoma.”
Benjamina (Benny) is as stubborn as an old mule. She...

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Feb 13, 14

Cross-Shaped Gospel, A

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Bryan Loritts
Published by: Moody Publishers

I am very much interested in the Gospel and it's message, so I was happy to pick up A Cross-Shaped Gospel and give it a...

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Feb 12, 14

End of the Trail

This Review Submitted by JamesBPate

Vickie McDonough. End of the Trail. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2012.

I would like to thank Moody Publishers for my review copy of this book. See here for Moody’s page about it.

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Feb 12, 14

This Review Submitted by The Forgiven Former Feminist

This morning I am reviewing a copy of of 101 Conversation Starters for couples by Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson. When I first recieved this book I was confused. How in the world do I review a...

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Feb 11, 14

From God to Us

This Review Submitted by MOmademomma

Want to know how we go the bible without taking a theology class or going to seminary school? Pick up the book From God to Us: How We Got Our Bible by Norman L. Geisler and William E. Nix and...

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Feb 11, 14

When Helping Hurts

This Review Submitted by booknerd

This is the age-old dilemma that so many people face, when it comes to helping people and serving others. Not only is this text theologically grounded and solidly biblical, but it is practical and...

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Feb 11, 14

Pastoral Graces

This Review Submitted by homeschoolmom24

About the Book:
Grace is the credential that lets us park close to people's hearts.When Christ calls a pastor He instills a kind of heightened instinct for grace; what we call a...

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Feb 10, 14