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Ruth's Redemption

This Review Submitted by ruthastiles

Ruth’s Redemption by Marlene Banks is a novel set in the heart of slave country Virginia before the Civil War. Ruth is a slave who has been raised only for breeding. She was torn from her mom at a...

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Jun 8, 13

This Review Submitted by Sennasation

When I was in college, I received a copy of a a page out of a high school home ec book which told the reader that a wife is basically a slave to her husband. This fifties interpretation of...

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Jun 7, 13

Lord Change Me

This Review Submitted by jillpjones

James MacDonald asks this question five different ways in his invitation at the beginning of his book, “Lord Change Me”. The intention of this book is to help people transform—“a kind of do-it-...

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Jun 7, 13

Inciting Incidents

This Review Submitted by TheophilusGirls

When people tell me their story, they are trusting me with something.
They are being vulnerable with me.
They are opening up their heart.
And there is nothing more beautiful....

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Jun 5, 13

Becoming God's True Woman

This Review Submitted by murdockb

Finding a good Bible study for a teen girl can prove to be challenging. And, I admit I was hesitant to order this review copy. But in the end I'm glad that I did!

Becoming God's...

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Jun 4, 13

Becoming God's True Woman

This Review Submitted by thismomsdelight

At 14, my daughter is a lot like me. She likes to write, so journaling her thoughts and answers is the best way for her to study God’s Word. In Becoming God’s True Woman…While I Still Have a...

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Jun 2, 13

Choosing Gratitude

This Review Submitted by Cara Duncan

I read the verse in 1 Thessalonians (rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances) many, many times before I finally ‘got’ it. God really meant what He said about always...

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Jun 1, 13

Privilege of Persecution, The

This Review Submitted by Cara Duncan

Currently, I have two books to review from Moody Publishers. The first is The Privilege of Persecution (And Other Things That the Global Church Knows That We Don’t). Interestingly, the title of...

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Jun 1, 13

Worship

This Review Submitted by cherylcope

I was tempted to be offended while reading this book. The author makes the occasional “jab” at segments of modern American Christendom outside his own. Because of this and because he is extremely...

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May 31, 13

This Review Submitted by Lydia

This little book of " 101 conversation starters .." is highly recommended for THOSE COUPLES who take time to 'sit' and 'relax' for a while with each other, having an...

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May 31, 13

Speak Up

This Review Submitted by readingramble

My Reflections:
Speak up is written in an easy to read format that is engaging and thought provoking for pre-teens and younger children alike.

The story flows very smoothly so that...

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May 30, 13

Quiet Place, The

This Review Submitted by ofasingleheart

Moody Publishers sent me this book in exchange for a review.

This little blue book is about the size of a Bible, feels like a Bible since it is imitation leather, and has Bible-thin pages....

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May 30, 13

Long Trail Home

This Review Submitted by Ragdogs

I thoroughly enjoyed this book! I have read the first and second books of this series and liked both, but this is my favorite so far! The action scenes were excellent in description and I felt...

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May 30, 13

Still Life in Shadows

This Review Submitted by benjity

In her newest book, Still Life in Shadows, Alice J. Wisler tells an unusual story. Using fiction skillfully, Wisler weaves an interesting plot, however, at the same time, she unveils two generally...

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May 29, 13

Choosing Gratitude

This Review Submitted by dmdifalco

Author Nancy Leigh DeMoss is truly a woman after my own heart. In her new "our Journey to Joy" she confirms what I learnt many years ago. While recovering from housebound agoraphobia...

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May 29, 13

Widow of Gettsyburg

This Review Submitted by TheophilusGirls

I have always thought that historical novels are best when they follow the pattern of the true story of Ruth, told in the Book of Ruth.
In this Biblical book, the tiny details of the Ruth...

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May 28, 13

Wedded to War

This Review Submitted by J. Augustine

If this is Jocelyn Green's debut novel, wow, what will the next be like?!

I was amazed by this book! The flavor, the very writing style, of Wedded to War is Civil War Era.
I have...

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May 27, 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

Rite of Passage

This Review Submitted by victoryhomemaking

If you've been reading my blog for any length of time, you might remember that I have two children who are currently 12 and 10. They are the absolute joy of our lives and the biggest and...

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May 27, 13

Unfriend Yourself

This Review Submitted by charlesheck

Book Title and Author
The book unfriend yourself: Three Days to Detox, Discern, and Decide About Social Media (And yes, those small caps are intentional.) was written by Kyle Tennant, who is...

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May 27, 13