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Unleashed

Unleashed

On 5/8 Melissa P wrote: Unleashed by Erwin Raphael McManus is written in a straightforward, easy to read style, but its content is hard to swallow. McManus challenges that the church today is drinking a watered down Jesus. He creates a dichotomy between the civilized Christian and the barbaric Christian, calling us to the ... Book Review: Unleashed by Erwin Raphael McManus

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4 Stars

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Max On Life

Max On Life

On 5/8 Melissa P wrote: Max on Life by Max Lucado is not a book you sit down and read in one sitting, but more of a resource on some of the most asked questions the famous author received about the Christian life. He organizes the 200 questions he answers with biblical truths in the following seven categories:-Hope -Hurt -Help ... Book Review: Max on Life by Max Lucado

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4 Stars

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Take Action Bible, NKJV

Take Action Bible, NKJV

On 4/13 Melissa P wrote: The Take Action Bible in the New King James Version is a handy reminder to believers to get busy about the work of God. It is UltraSlim, making it easy to carry with you, and paperback. The pages are quite thin to make this bible UltraSlim, but the writing is still readable and not too hard on the ... Book Review: The Take Action Bible, NKJV

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4 Stars

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Unsinkable

Unsinkable

On 4/5 Melissa P wrote: Unsinkable: A Young Woman's Courageous Battle on the High Seas by Abby Sunderland is her gripping account of her attempt to solo circumnavigate the globe by boat...at the age of sixteen. Her family history is included, and you get the big picture of how Abby ended up with the skills and drive at such ... Book Review: Unsinkable by Abby Sunderland

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5 Stars

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Thank You, God, For Mommy

Thank You, God, For Mommy

On 3/14 Melissa P wrote: Thank You God, for Mommy by Amy Parker is a sweet children's book from the eyes of a little panda about his mom. Through the book, he thanks God for all the things about his mom that make him feel safe and loved, and most importantly, point him to God. Through the rhyming prose, children of all ages ... Book Review: Thank You God, for Mommy by Amy Parker

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5 Stars

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Fruit of the Spirit: Love

Fruit of the Spirit: Love

On 3/5 Melissa P wrote: Fruit of the Spirit: Love: Cultivating a Spirit-Given Character by Calvin Miller is a six-week bible study that can be done with a group or on your own. It is one in a series Miller has written focusing on the fruit of the spirit, found in Galatians 5:22-23. This particular study focuses on the fruit ... A great basic study.

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3 Stars

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