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Discerning the Voice of God

This Review Submitted by ChristiansRead

Too often, Christians fret concerning whether they know the will of God. No trumpets blow. No burning bush stops them in their tracks. No angel knocks on the door with a letter from God. Priscilla...

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Apr 20, 12

Lone Star Trail

This Review Submitted by Anonymous

Lone Star Trail is the first of six books in the 'Texas Trails - A Morgan Family Series' written by 3 different authors (Darlene Franklin, Vickie McDonough, and Susan Page Davis)....

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Apr 17, 12

Lone Star Trail

This Review Submitted by Alison P

Although not an Amish book which we all I know I love this novel was one of historical

fiction which I also love very much. This is the first of six books in the "Morgan Family Series...

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Apr 13, 12

Parenting with Scripture

This Review Submitted by Anonymous

When I first saw this book, I didn't think it was going to be unique. I own "Instruction in Righteousness" by Doorposts and I assumed it was like that. While there are similarities...

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Apr 11, 12

Counterfeit Gospels

This Review Submitted by Anonymous

It seems that the flow of “gospel-centered” books has flowed without ceasing in the past couple of years. Thus, while reading more books about the gospel can hardly be a bad thing, I also must...

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Apr 10, 12

Unfriend Yourself

This Review Submitted by jenndiggy

This is a book short on pages, but long on thought provoking questions. In Unfriend Yourself, Kyle Tennant discusses both the advantages and pitfalls of social media. He asks questions relevant to...

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Apr 9, 12

This Review Submitted by apelser

I’ve been wanting to read The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell for a while. Josh and I found the original book, The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman, very helpful...

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Apr 5, 12

Captive Trail

This Review Submitted by CherryBlossomMJ

Read from September 24 to 28, 2011 — I own a copy

My first introduction to Susan Page Davis was in her war historical Crimson Cipher, which I absolutely loved beginning to end and this...

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Mar 7, 12

Ruth's Redemption

This Review Submitted by Moonpie

Ruth’s Redemption was different than any historical novel I have read. I found it extremely interesting and entertaining. It is the first fiction novel I have read about the life of slaves...

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Mar 2, 12

Marriage Carol, A

This Review Submitted by mpassistant

My thoughts…

Ahhh…my first Christmas read of the season. I always look forward to this time of year when all the new Christmas books come out and this one was a wonderful way to start the...

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Feb 18, 12

Marriage Carol, A

This Review Submitted by mpassistant

A Christmas Carol is one of my all-time favorite Christmas stories. It really doesn’t matter to me if it’s the original version by Charles Dickens or the cartoon Mickey Mouse version or the more...

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Feb 18, 12

Captive Trail

This Review Submitted by mpassistant

Captive Trail is second in 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 a...

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Feb 18, 12