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Things I Wish I'd Known Before We Became Parents

This Review Submitted by faithfilledmotherhood

Gary and Shannon both share personal testimonies about the lessons they have learned as parents, which give the book an authentic, personal feel. As a counselor myself, like Gary Chapman, I really...

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Mar 31, 17

Full

This Review Submitted by jslegspoet

Full: Food, Jesus, And The Battle For Satisfaction by Asheritah Ciuciu is a close look at Asheritah's own struggle with food fixation, and the long journey she's been on to replace her...

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Mar 31, 17

Design Your Day

This Review Submitted by callista83

This quaint little book is designed to help you be more productive with your life without taking up too much of it with instructions.
She teaches us to Do Less which stands for:
D –...

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Mar 30, 17

Unseen Companion, The

This Review Submitted by Via Bella

Sometimes, no matter how to try to fix something that is broken, not only is it not fixed it is earth shattering to everything around you. This is how relationships are. Mine... well... let's...

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Mar 30, 17

Face to Face

This Review Submitted by Via Bella

In a fast paced culture, where and when does mentoring fit in? Can you be mentored even when you are older? What does mentoring look like?
This book was something that drew me in because I...

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Mar 29, 17

Life of the Church, The

This Review Submitted by ehritzema

Moody Publishers has recently published three books on the church from Joe Thorn: The Heart of the Church: The Gospel’s History, Message, and Meaning, The Character of the Church: The Marks of God...

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Mar 29, 17

Anxious Christian, The

This Review Submitted by christiegirl13

At first it felt like pulling teeth to read through the first couple of chapters. In my opinion the author himself isn't a prolific writer. His style is a bit fragmented. I was disappointed...

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Mar 29, 17

Next Up: 8 Shifts Great Young Leaders Make

This Review Submitted by NSG056

Due to my position as a manager and leader, I chose to read Next Up: 8 Shifts Great Young Leaders Make by Jonathan Pearson. The title alone intrigued me as I enter a new realm of my profession; I...

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Mar 29, 17

How to Overcome Worry

This Review Submitted by colepc

With all the stress we face, worry seems like a given. Even though we are warned against it many times in the Bible, we still suffer from it. Reading Bible passages about God meeting our needs to...

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Mar 29, 17

Spy of Richmond

This Review Submitted by starlately

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

In Spy of Richmond by Jocelyn Green, Sophie Kent is a young Southern heiress living in Richmond, Virginia during the Civil...

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Mar 28, 17

Full

This Review Submitted by herbgardener

Before I even read the first chapter of Asheritah Ciuciu's book Full, I knew it was written for me. She talks in the Preface about her daughter's first birthday party. She was cleaning...

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Mar 28, 17

Full

This Review Submitted by stumblingtowardsainthood

Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction was written by Asheritah Ciuciu and strives to promote “[a] healthier relationship with food through a stronger relationship with Christ.”

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Mar 28, 17

How to Overcome Worry

This Review Submitted by Michele Morin

It has been said that “imagination” is the 21st-century equivalent to the scriptural word “heart,” the center of emotion and intellect in biblical physiology. That may well be true, for many...

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Mar 28, 17

Farewell, Four Waters

This Review Submitted by GoKiddo

BOOK REVIEW:   In fourteen days, the life she knew would end on the streets of Kabul.   All Marie needed was a few stamps and signatures--the mandatory paperwork necessary for the Afghan...

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Mar 27, 17

Who are You to Judge?

This Review Submitted by NSG056

In Who Are You to Judge? Erwin Lutzer presents a crucial argument for Biblical discernment regarding truth. In an age and culture of increasing moral relativism and political correctness, guidance...

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Mar 27, 17

Adorned

This Review Submitted by GGMandy

As a pastor's wife, I have tried different times to encourage our ladies to live out the Titus 2 woman model. I used Bible Studies on the topic but I never seemed able to really get the point...

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Mar 27, 17

No More Perfect Marriages

This Review Submitted by thischattanoogamommysaves

I remember dreaming of the day that I would get married. Even as a little girl my dreams, wants, and desires were all formed for the perfect day. I never envisioned me getting married any other...

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Mar 27, 17

Character of the Church, The

This Review Submitted by jcland138

What is the church? What makes up the church? What is a church suppose to do? Joe Thorn answer these questions and more in his book, The Character of the Church.

This is second of three...

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Mar 27, 17

How to Overcome Worry

This Review Submitted by John6IXBreezy

A book about overcoming worry, should not go against its purpose by inciting worry in its reader. Dr. Winfred Neely does  good job of that. The brevity of this book, with its short chapters, and...

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Mar 26, 17

Created For More

This Review Submitted by etrabelsie

Created for More: 30 Days to Seeing Your World in a New Way, by Jonathan Malm is a devotional book that focuses on striving to draw near to God.

In the Introduction, the author shared,...

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Mar 26, 17