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Starring Me

Starring Me

On 7/16 Sara Combs wrote: I am completely willing to admit that sometimes, I like teen fiction. It's simple, it's to the point, it's rated PG. At times, you need a quick easy, light hearted book that doesn't require much thought- and that's not a ad thing. I was recently given a copy of Starring Me to read and review, and I enjoyed ... BookSneeze Review: Starring Me

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4 Stars

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Need You Now

Need You Now

On 6/3 Sara Combs wrote: I recently finished Need You Now, by Beth Wiseman. I have read several of Wiseman's Amish novels and enjoyed them greatly, so I was very much looking forward to reading this book.The premise behind this book was pretty basic and somewhat unoriginal (big city family moves to the country to provide a slower ... Booksneeze Review: Need You Know

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2 Stars

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The Waiting Place

The Waiting Place

On 6/1 Sara Combs wrote: As the author, Eileen Button writes, "To wait is human. To find life in The Waiting Place, divine."....I recently read The Waiting Place, and in all honesty, it wasn't my favorite. Based on the description, I was really looking forward to receiving this book, and I ended up being slightly disappointed. ... BookSneeze Review: The Waiting Place

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2 Stars

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The Final Summit

The Final Summit

On 5/29 Sara Combs wrote: The Final Summit, by Andy Andrews, joins his previous work (The Notice, The Traveler's Gift) as a must read. David Ponder, originally from The Traveler's Gift is back, and this time hold the fate of all humans in his hands. Together with some of history's most recognizable figures have a limited time ... BookSneeze Review: The Final Summit

Sara's Rating:

5 Stars

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How to Be God's Little Princess

How to Be God's Little Princess

On 4/9 Sara Combs wrote: How To Be God's Princess (Royal Tips on Manners and Etiquette for Girls) by Sheila Walsh is a must have for girls of all ages. I thought this book, which covers topics like on how to be respectful and helpful, how to help Mom and be a follower of Jesus, proper etiquette and good manners, cleanliness ... BookSneeze Review: How To Be God's Princess

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5 Stars

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Sequin Bible - Pink

Sequin Bible - Pink

On 3/2 Sara Combs wrote: I recently received the cutest, most adorable, pink sparkly bible to review. It is written in ICB (International Children's Bible) format, and is fairly easy to comprehend. The cover is fun and sequined, and I think any young/ preteen girl would be excited to use it. I also agree with other reviewers ... Book Review: Sequined Bible

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5 Stars

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Same Life, New Story

Same Life, New Story

On 2/1 Sara Combs wrote: Same Life, New Story is a ten week bible study for women, written by Jan Silvious. Each of the ten chapters (weeks) begins with the story of a woman from the bible- Naomi, Hannah, Leah, etc.- who faced adversity, and overcame the challenge she was faced with. The book then uses each woman's story to ... BookSneeze Review: Same Life, New Story

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3 Stars

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Save the Date

Save the Date

On 1/23 Sara Combs wrote: Y'all... I just finished reading the most adorable book, Save The Date by Jenny B. Jones. I loved this book, so much so, that I read the entire thing, cover to cover, in less than three hours. The main character, Lucy, is the type of girl that you want to be friends with, and almost instantly, you begin ... Book Review: Save The Date

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5 Stars

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A Year with God

A Year with God

On 1/8 Sara Combs wrote: I recently began using A Year With God- a daily devotional written by R.P. Nettlehorst. I currently use a different devotional daily, and was excited to try a new one. A Year With God did not disappoint me. I loved that each daily reading began with a scripture designed to teach, correct, or encourage ... Book review: A Year With God

Sara's Rating:

4 Stars

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You Were Made to Make a Difference

You Were Made to Make a Difference

On 10/24 Sara Combs wrote: You Were Made To Make A Difference by Max Lucado and Jenna Lucado Bishop is an adaptation of Out Live Your Life (also written by Max Lucado). The overall message Lucado delivers in Out Live is the same, but presented in a format more suitable for a teenager. Despite the fact that I am no longer one myself, ... Book Review: You Were Made To Make a Difference

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4 Stars

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Outlive Your Life

Outlive Your Life

On 9/10 Sara Combs wrote: I just finished reading OutLive Your Life by Max Lucado.... and as always, the message he delivers within the content of this book is amazing. I love, love, LOVE that his books reach across barriers and speaks to people in all stages of life. I also appreciate how quickly he takes you to the heart of ... Review: OutLive Your Life

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4 Stars

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What In The World Is Going On? (Trade Paper)

What In The World Is Going On? (Trade Paper)

On 8/21 Sara Combs wrote: What In The World Is Going On? Ten Prophetic Clues You Cannot Afford To Ignore, written by Dr. David Jeremiah, was an extremely interesting book choice for me. I generally don't tend to gravitate towards books of this nature, but was intrigued by this one. Dr. Jeremiah used his extensive research ... BookSneeze Review: What In The World Is Going On?

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4 Stars

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Let's Do Lunch

Let's Do Lunch

On 8/8 Sara Combs wrote: I just finished reading Let's Do Lunch by Roger Troy Wilson, and it was an extremely interesting spin on a “diet book”. Wilson speaks candidly about his own struggles to lose a large amount of weight, and the eating plan he developed that worked for him. It is written in an honest and approachable ... Book Review: Let's Do Lunch

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4 Stars

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Same Kind of Different As Me

Same Kind of Different As Me

On 8/1 Sara Combs wrote: Same Kind Of Different As Me is a true story based on the friendship of two men from completely different walks of life. Ron Hall is a wealthy art dealer, and Denver Moore is homeless; together with Lynn Vincent, they tell their story of incredible faith and friendship. I was unsure as to what I should ... Book Review: Same Kind Of Different As Me

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5 Stars

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Fearless

Fearless

On 7/18 Sara Combs wrote: I recently finished reading Max Lucado latest book, Fearless, and it was amazing. I have read several of his other books, and Fearless was my absolute favorite (so far!). I think that Lucado does a great job of discussing, breaking down, and bringing to light, our fears. He then biblically illustrates ... Review: Fearless

Sara's Rating:

5 Stars

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Jesus Calling - Deluxe Edition

Jesus Calling - Deluxe Edition

On 7/4 Sara Combs wrote: Jesus Calling (Deluxe Edition), by Sarah Young, is a 365 day devotional dedicated to listening to God's voice. The author writes a dated devotional for each day of the year, and provides clear direction to what scripture that days message is based on. The “voice” of the message is clearly written ... Book Review: Jesus Calling (Deluxe Edition)

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5 Stars

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Lead Like Ike

Lead Like Ike

On 6/11 Sara Combs wrote: “Lead Like Ike” by Geoff Loftus is a leadership book staged in a historical non-fiction novel. It details not only Eisenhower's tremendous responsibility in executing D-Day, but also gives insight into leadership for today. While I thought the book was interesting, I think it's definitely geared ... Lead Like Ike Review

Sara's Rating:

4 Stars

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