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Cruel Harvest

Cruel Harvest

On 8/20 Catherine wrote: Every Once in a while you come across a book that's painful to read and yet, you can't stop reading. Fran Grubb's retelling of a nightmare-like childhood is definitely one of those books. Not only is Ms. Grubb able to retell a story that most of us would have put behind us in a deep dark closet somewhere, ... Cruel Harvest: Bitter and Sweet

Catherine's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated

The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated

On 7/30 Catherine wrote: What I experienced while reading The Voice was an intimate, comfortable portrayal of Jesus that felt a lot like how the early oral Gospels must have felt. Imagine sitting around a rough table in an early Christian home or a campfire somewhere along a dirt road to somewhere and the conversation turns ... THE VOICE NEW TESTAMENT: A REVIEW

Catherine's Rating:

4 Stars

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A Shot of Faith (to the Head)

A Shot of Faith (to the Head)

On 4/20 Catherine wrote: Now that I’ve had some time to recover from the pulled muscle my brain suffered while reading this book, a few thoughts. Mitch Stokes proclaims that we can be “a confident believer in an age of cranky Atheists.” The thing is, I think it’s going to take a few more reads of his book in order for ... Book Review: A Shot of Faith To The Head by Mitch Stokes

Catherine's Rating:

3 Stars

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God Loves Broken People

God Loves Broken People

On 3/29 Catherine wrote: The newest book by Sheila Walsh is a moving and honest exploration of what it means to be broken and how God loves us through it and to it. She states that it is OK to be not OK. Something that most of us are reluctant to do is admit that we need help or instruction or anything else from anybody. Cover, ... Book Review: God Loves Broken People by Sheila Walsh

Catherine's Rating:

5 Stars

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Ascent from Darkness

Ascent from Darkness

On 2/22 Catherine wrote: Most of us are only vaguely aware of the invisible war going on around us in the form of God and good versus Satan and evil. In Leehan's book we get a front row seat in the theatre as he describes his conscious rebellion against a God he didn't understand. Angry and depressed with how his life is going ... A Wake Up Call To Christians

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5 Stars

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