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Son of a Preacherman

This Review Submitted by Lane Hill House

Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Son of a Preacherman by Marlene Banks, ©2012
Son of a Preacherman: "A historical romance novel set in the 1920s in Tulsa, Oklahoma, depicting the...

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Dec 11, 12

This Review Submitted by MOmademomma

Kids are a mystery. You never know what is going through their heads and what they are going to do next. The one thing that still evades most parents is how are children showing you they love...

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Dec 11, 12

Perfect Pet for Peyton, A

This Review Submitted by celenajanton

My hubby and I recently celebrated our 11 year wedding anniversary. Before our wedding, we were given Gary Chapman's book The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts which is...

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Dec 10, 12

Counterfeit Gospels

This Review Submitted by Paula Greene

“Gospel-Centered” and “Christ-Centered” are buzz words of the day. But what do they mean? “Be your best you!” and “God wants you to be happy!” might claim to center on the Gospel. Promises of...

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Dec 10, 12

Uncompromising

This Review Submitted by jenndiggy

I am no stranger to Christian books for teen girls. I've occasionally read them since I was that age over twenty years ago. So many times they are encouragement that God still loves you even...

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Dec 10, 12

This Review Submitted by krisbush

So I requested to read Fierce Women by Kimberly Wagner. I received it from the Publisher for free in exchange for my honest review.

It seemed very interesting to me. I was one of those...

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Dec 10, 12

Lone Star Trail

This Review Submitted by homeschoolmom24

About the Book:

The six-book series about four generations of the Morgan family living, fighting, and thriving amidst a turbulent Texas history spanning from 1845 to 1896 begins with Lone...

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Dec 8, 12

Lone Star Trail

This Review Submitted by Mikeylynn

Lone Star Trail by Darlene Franklin is the first to the long Morgan Family Series. I have read another book further along in the series, and they can all be read separately as far as I can tell...

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Dec 6, 12

Cowgirl Trail

This Review Submitted by Torrancetiger

I was personally disappointed with this book. Now don't get me wrong I LOVE the way Susan P. Davis writes, and the characters she comes up with; (except for the fact that Maggie cried a...

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Dec 5, 12

Walking as Jesus Walked

This Review Submitted by oilerlover

I was very excited to receive this book! I was excited not only to read this great book, but to use it with new believers and family and friends who do not have a relationship with our Lord and...

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Dec 5, 12

When Helping Hurts

This Review Submitted by mcdanell99

Battling poverty is an important issue for Christians to think about. Our goal, without a doubt, should be the complete elimination of poverty. However, many have limited the gospel to just the...

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Dec 3, 12

This Review Submitted by sharonwilliams73

My 8 year old daughter is discovering the world of chapter books. So when I saw this series by Stephanie Perry Moore geared for girls age 7-9, I jumped at the chance to check it out with my...

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Dec 2, 12

Quiet Place, The

This Review Submitted by murdockb

What is it?

The Quiet Place is a daily devotional written by Nancy Leigh DeMoss. The content of the devotionals has been adapted from several of Nancy's books as well as transcripts...

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Dec 2, 12

Secret Keeper

This Review Submitted by troutwife

Have you ever heard Dannah Gresh speak? I had heard her on Moody's Midday Connection a few years ago and I remember being very interested in her great ideas for girls regarding modesty. Skip...

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Nov 30, 12

Long Trail Home

This Review Submitted by creazian

Long Trail Home 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 1896. Although a...

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Nov 30, 12

This Review Submitted by debwilson

Sarah is proficient in many areas - she can read and write in multiple languages, she can keep complicated ans lengthy accounts, and has a quick and sharp mind. The only thing stopping her from...

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Nov 29, 12

Church Behind the Wire

This Review Submitted by benjity

There’s something about the Christian life that is so contrary to the human disposition; there is something so completely backward about this life with Jesus. Barnabas Mam in his book, Church...

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Nov 28, 12

Church Behind the Wire

This Review Submitted by benjity

There’s something about the Christian life that is so contrary to the human disposition; there is something so completely backward about this life with Jesus. Barnabas Mam in his book, Church...

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Nov 28, 12

In the Land of Blue Burqas

This Review Submitted by lmbartelt

I almost don't know where to start. In the Land of Blue Burqas is a story that's both simple and complex, light and heavy. One thing I know: I couldn't put it down.

Author...

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Nov 26, 12

Lone Star Trail

This Review Submitted by imasoutherngirl

The Morgan Family is a proud and patriotic Texan family, and Jud the man of the Morgan household is definitely not enthusiastic about the German immigrants invading the land his father died for....

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Nov 26, 12