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People Raising

This Review Submitted by MOmademomma

There are people in society with so many wonderful ideas of ministries that can be of great service to others in need. The only drawback is that most of these people don’t know how to get the...

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Oct 24, 13

G.O.S.P.E.L.

This Review Submitted by The Rebuilding

The voice of the city is crying in our world today in ways we have not seen in the past. We see the city on documentaries about education reform, poor health systems, violent shootouts, and gang...

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Oct 23, 13

Marriage Carol, A

This Review Submitted by Nancee

It's Christmas Eve, and Jacob and Marlee Ebenezer have an appointment with a divorce lawyer to dissolve their 20-year marriage. Years of detachment and indifference in their marriage have led...

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Oct 23, 13

David and Bathsheba

This Review Submitted by KateTynS

This is the first book I have read by Roberta Kells Dorr and I look forward to reading more! The attention to detail that is shown throughout the whole story just brings this book to life. The...

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Oct 22, 13

Oneness Embraced

This Review Submitted by TheophilusGirls

First, I need to say that I feel silly even trying to write this review, because I simply do not know enough about what it has been like to be black in America throughout history to understand it...

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Oct 22, 13

End of the Trail

This Review Submitted by MrsDBurkhardt

Book Review: End of the Trail by Vickie McDonough
Brooks Morgan is tired of being used by his parents. All they ever expect him to do is hard work. Brooks’ father wants him to take over his...

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Oct 21, 13

True Woman 101: Divine Design

This Review Submitted by jillpjones

Women have certainly evolved over the last 50 years. Two generations have passed since mothers working outside the home were a novelty. Most women back then were dedicated to their husbands and...

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Oct 21, 13

From God to Us

This Review Submitted by colepc

The Bible didn't just appear one day, it was written over the course of many centuries. It has been translated into different languages, and been updated so that we could understand it...

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Oct 21, 13

This Review Submitted by Mikeylynn

What a book! There is a ton of stuff packed into this book. This is one of those books you read multiple times to glean all of the little things from the pages. Kimberly Wagner goes straight to...

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Oct 20, 13

Lone Star Trail

This Review Submitted by smmcclamrock08

This is a wonderful book. It is the first book I've read by Darlene Franklin, so I didn't know what to expect. I was not disappointed. Jud Morgan is your typical man. He is strong, smart...

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Oct 20, 13

First-Time Dad

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

John Fuller, cohost of the daily Focus on the Family broadcast, shares his insights on fatherhood to help prepare first-time dads on some challenges they may face as they and their wives...

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Oct 20, 13

Oneness Embraced

This Review Submitted by TheophilusGirls

First, I need to say that I feel silly even trying to write this review, because I simply do not know enough about what it has been like to be black in America throughout history to understand it...

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Oct 20, 13

Her Good Name

This Review Submitted by Alice

My mom and I both read this book this month, and the first word we both used to describe it was "frustrating". The synopsis kind of hints that it will be from the start, though, so I was...

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Oct 20, 13

My Name is Erin: One Girl's Journey to Discover Truth

This Review Submitted by Leanna

I read this four-book series with the intention of using it as a tween girls Sunday School curriculum. In the end I did not decide to use it for my particular setting, but it would still be...

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Oct 19, 13

Wrecked

This Review Submitted by SweetPea_3

If you want to live a life that brings change - feeds the hungry, knocks down prejudices, wins souls for Christ you can't stay aloof in a bubble from what's going on around you. Being...

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Oct 19, 13

Extraordinary Grace

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

Gary Chapman & Chris Fabry team up for another book, this one addressing how the ancestors of Jesus demonstrate God's love and grace. As Chapman and Fabry state in the introduction,...

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Oct 19, 13

Cowgirl Trail

This Review Submitted by homeschoolmom24

About the Book:

Cowgirl Trail is part of a six-book series about four generations of the Morgan family living, fighting, and thriving amidst a turbulent Texas history spanning from 1845 to...

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Oct 18, 13

Extraordinary Grace

This Review Submitted by dlozada

this book is definitely one to keep and go back to.
Love the way he relates the scriptures to our everyday issues. How grace is explained to us. There are questions you can work with for...

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Oct 17, 13

Heaven Revealed

This Review Submitted by babys_mama1

Heaven Revealed by Paul Enns looked to be just the book I needed. While we know that our loved ones are in Heaven knowing what Heaven is like is a mystery to most of us. I needed some answers....

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Oct 16, 13

Captive Trail

This Review Submitted by Young_in_TX

The Captive Trail is Book #2 of a six-book series about four generations of the Morgan family living, fighting, and thriving amidst a turbulent Texas history spanning from 1845 to 1896. Although...

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Oct 16, 13