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Our Favorite Sins

Our Favorite Sins

On 3/20 Amy Lee Bell wrote: Our Favorite Sins by Todd D. Hunter was written to help every sinner who is tired of his sinful lifestyle. Mr. Hunter addresses the fact that we commit the same sins over and over, and it’s difficult for us to get out of those ruts. Basically, we have trouble because we try to force ourselves to quit ... Our Favorite Sins

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If I Knew Then What I Know Now

If I Knew Then What I Know Now

On 1/3 Amy Lee Bell wrote: Last month, I read If I Knew Then What I Know Now by Ruby Hillsman. Throughout her life, as the author listened to people tell their stories, she determined to learn as much as possible from each of them. Each time the author relates a short story from her own life, she highlights the lessons that she ... Insightful

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When God Whispers Your Name

When God Whispers Your Name

On 10/24 Amy Lee Bell wrote: . Full Circle Homeschooling reflections of a second-generation homeschooler Feeds:PostsComments « Creative Writing with Newspapers When God Whispers Your Name October 24, 2011 by amyleebell | Edit When God Whispers Your Name, by Max Lucado, is a collection of inspirational pick-me-ups ... When God Whispers Your Name

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Our Last Great Hope

Our Last Great Hope

On 9/21 Amy Lee Bell wrote: This book was a thought-provoking read, albeit a somewhat painful one. Although written in a friendly manner, it was painful because Mr. Floyd is straightforward and doesn't coddle the Christian who is just "not ready" to witness to the lost and dying world that surrounds us. In the book, he exhorts, ... Convicting Read

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Don't Check Your Brains at the Door

Don't Check Your Brains at the Door

On 8/26 Amy Lee Bell wrote: I recently finished Don’t Check Your Brains at the Door by Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler. The basic purposeof this book is to encourage Christian teens to face the challenges to Christianity head-on. It’s perfectly okay to have questions about your faith, but you need to find the answers to those ... Don't Check Your Brains at the Door

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Doing Virtuous Business

Doing Virtuous Business

On 7/13 Amy Lee Bell wrote: Recently, I read Doing Virtuous Business by Theodore Roosevelt Malloch. On page 10, Mr. Malloch suggests that virtue is the root of business success, and throughout the rest of the book, he gives many examples to support this idea. He encourages employers to realize that people are spiritual beings (pg. ... Doing Virtuous Business by Theodore Roosevelt Malloch

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