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Real Marriage (Int'l)

Real Marriage (Int'l)

On 8/1 Little Miss Purple wrote: Real Marriage by Mark and Grace Driscoll I had heard a lot about this book, mostly the controversy that the author caused in England, so was really intrigued when I saw that this book was up for review. I had high expectations, and as someone preparing for marriage thought that it would be a good read. ... Book Review

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2 Stars

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Water's Edge

Water's Edge

On 1/28 Little Miss Purple wrote: Water's Edge is a story about Tom Crane, a lawyer in a big city, has the task of closing down his father's small town law practice after his death. A simple task that Tom thinks shouldn't take too long. But in the process of going through the files, some anomalies appear that Tom has to look into. ... Book Review: Water's Edge by Robert Whitlow

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4 Stars

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Surprised by Oxford

Surprised by Oxford

On 12/4 Little Miss Purple wrote: http://booksneeze.com/art/_140_245_Book.447.cover.jpgI must admit that I rarely read personal testimonies about how people come to Christ. My reasoning, there are so many books that talk about a complete radical change from drugs etc to Jesus. I always struggled with this knowing that for a lot of ... A personally challenging, yet refreshing read

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5 Stars

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The Grace Effect

The Grace Effect

On 11/30 Little Miss Purple wrote: The Grace Effect: how the power of one life can reverse the corruption of unbelief by Larry Taunton I was not sure what to expect when I started reading this book. One thing for certain, I was definitely surprised. In the prologue, Taunton states that his wish was not to write an academic piece. ... Book review

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4 Stars

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Cure for the Common Life

Cure for the Common Life

On 11/21 Little Miss Purple wrote: Once more Max Lucado has written a brilliant book, a book that is amazingly accessible, easy to understand and unbelievably practical for everyday life. This book focuses on the idea that every single one of us has our own 'sweet spot', an area where we will thrive in everyday work life. Each of us ... Cure for the Common Life, Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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The Waiting Place

The Waiting Place

On 8/24 Little Miss Purple wrote: I didn’t really know what to expect having never really read collections of essays apart from at university. I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed reading this. The book is a collection of essays about the waiting places that we find ourselves in throughout the different ... Book Review

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4 Stars

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A Conversation with God for Women

A Conversation with God for Women

On 6/23 Little Miss Purple wrote: A Conversation with God for Women – Marcia Ford I must admit that when I saw this book for review on booksneeze that I was excited. I saw it as a chance to have a book with answers in it to the questions that many women today face that would be set out in an easy, accessible way for when the answers ... A Conversation with God for women

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1 Stars

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Max On Life

Max On Life

On 4/18 Little Miss Purple wrote: Book Review – Max on Life, Max Lucado Every single one of us has deep, important questions in our lives that we need answering. Some of these questions may be simple, others are deep and heavy. In his latest book, Max Lucado answers 150 of the questions that he has been asked over the course of ... Max on Life

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4 Stars

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The Final Summit

The Final Summit

On 4/11 Little Miss Purple wrote: We rejoin David Ponder, a traveller, who has been set the task of leading a summit of all the other Travelers. They have to work out the answer to the question of what mankind has to do to restore itself to the pathway toward successful civilization. However, the travellers have only 5 attempts to ... The Final Summit

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4 Stars

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Love & Respect

Love & Respect

On 2/21 Little Miss Purple wrote: Love and Respect, Dr Emerson Eggerichs This is not a book that I would normally choose to read, but as I am part of the booksneeze scheme, I decided to take the opportunity to read something that I wouldn’t normally read. Dr Eggerichs takes as his starting point Ephesians 5:33 and throughout the ... Love and Respect

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3 Stars

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Slave

Slave

On 12/31 Little Miss Purple wrote: I have just finished reading ‘Slave’ and I have to say it is a brilliant book. The main theme of the book looks at how the English translations of the Bible often use the word ‘servant’ when in the Greek the word is ‘slave’. Bearing this in mind, the book then explores how this should impact ... Slave

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5 Stars

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The Truth of the Matter

The Truth of the Matter

On 12/7 Little Miss Purple wrote: The Truth of the Matter – Andrew Klaven This is the first book of the Homelanders Series that I have read – it is the third book in the series (with the fourth and final book to be published in August 2011). In this book we join Charlie in his battle to regain a year of his memory, discover who ... The Truth of the Matter

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4 Stars

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Dining with Joy

Dining with Joy

On 11/15 Little Miss Purple wrote: ‘Dining With Joy’ by Rachel Hauck Joy Ballard is a cooking show host, with a deep secret: she can’t cook! The secret is disguised for a few years until her show is given a prime time slot on a major network. The new network means production team changes and a new co-host called Luke, the secret ... Dining With Joy

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5 Stars

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