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Little Pilgrim's Progress

This Review Submitted by taekwondo04

Pilgrim's Progress has to be one of my favorite books of all times. I've read previous versions of this story and was excited to see how Helen Taylor would have made this story welcome...

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Mar 28, 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 readingramble

My reflections:

Heaven is a subject that causes an assortment of questions, concerns and debate. I have been intrigued with the thought of Heaven as of late and these being the case have...

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Mar 23, 13

Ruth's Redemption

This Review Submitted by benjity

I love history, especially when I have no idea that I’m learning!

Ruth’s Redemption is an engaging love story, wrapped in an accurate account of the slow, painful collapse of slavery in...

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Mar 23, 13

Christ's Prophetic Plans

This Review Submitted by SnickerdoodleSarah

Christ's Prophetic Plans is an excellent introduction to Dispensationalism or as the authors also entitle it,
"Futuristic Premillennialism". John Macarthur, Michael Vlach,...

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Mar 23, 13

Church Behind the Wire

This Review Submitted by Composed By Grace

Barnabas Mam is one of an estimated 200 Christians who survived Pol Pot's reign of terror during the View Nam War. This is his autobiography. Barnabas Mam is a lover of detail, painting...

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Mar 18, 13

Wedded to War

This Review Submitted by bluegrassbirdie

Charlotte Waverly was privileged and beautiful. She had everything she could wish for; a nice home, a loving family, and a dashing suitor. But when the Civil War breaks out, Charlotte cannot just...

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Mar 16, 13

DNA

This Review Submitted by cjamieson

Being able to see Horton speak, I know the passion that he has. His book “DNA: Foundation of the Faith” is an example of that passion! Horton writes in a way that is easy to understand and perfect...

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Mar 14, 13

Sacred Sex

This Review Submitted by mcdanell99

Sex is hot topic today and many Christians seems pulled between the culture which has turned it into a god and religion which has turned it into a necessary evil. The gospel, on the other,...

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Mar 14, 13

Captive Trail

This Review Submitted by Mikeylynn

The Captive Trail by Susan Page Davis is the second book in the Texas Trails series. I have read other books in this series and this is my favorite by far.
The story starts out with a young...

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Mar 13, 13

Quiet Place, The

This Review Submitted by maryannb

This is an amazing little devotional by Nancy Leigh DeMoss. It is a devotional that will take you through all 365 days of the year from January 1 to December 31.

Each day contains a verse...

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Mar 11, 13

Cross-Shaped Gospel, A

This Review Submitted by graceforsinners

4.5 out of 5 Stars
Author: Bryan Loritts
Publisher: Moody Publisher
Buy A Cross-Shaped Gospel
Reading Level: Easy

The cross-shaped gospel as Bryan Loritts unpacks it...

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Mar 11, 13

Choosing Gratitude

This Review Submitted by TheophilusGirls

I knew I wanted to read this book when I saw it recommended on a blog I love. The reason I knew I needed to read it was because the woman who runs this blog lives these truths out- she lives and...

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Mar 10, 13

Choosing Gratitude

This Review Submitted by TheophilusGirls

I knew I wanted to read this book when I saw it recommended on a blog I love. The reason I knew I needed to read it was because the woman who runs this blog lives these truths out- she lives and...

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Mar 10, 13

Wedded to War

This Review Submitted by jamielynne82

Do I love me some Civil War historical fiction! I especially enjoy stories written about the women that broke cultural and societal lines to answer the call of a greater purpose, like nurses. They...

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Mar 10, 13

Just a Minute

This Review Submitted by creazian

A hug, a compliment, a word of praise . . . such things may seem inconsequential, but to a child they can make a difference! Whether you want to reach out to kids across the globe or in your own...

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Mar 6, 13

Wedded to War

This Review Submitted by Torrancetiger

I was a little torn in two in the middle of Wedded to War. So I think I should list the pros and cons to give my true opinion. I loved the new things I learned historically. I loved the characters...

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Mar 5, 13

True Woman 101: Divine Design

This Review Submitted by krisbush

This is an awesome book! But’s not quite a book that you read through in one sitting. It’s a textbook/workbook of sorts. It’s intent is to educate the women, young and old, of this generation of...

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Mar 5, 13

Lone Star Trail

This Review Submitted by 2 Kids and Tired

I wanted to like this one. Really I did. It sounded interesting, and the fact that it was the first of what sounded like a great series really drew me in, but it was more just meh. It was...

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Mar 1, 13

Heaven Revealed

This Review Submitted by dmdifalco

Paul Enns reminds us that there will come a day with no more sorrow and pain in his recent publication of Heaven Revealed. This book which I received from the Publisher, MP Newsroom, in exchange...

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Feb 28, 13