Reviews by gcc bookworm
On 6/29 gcc bookworm wrote: The book, A Hopeful Heart, is in a new series by Amy Clipston. Hannah Glick, an Amish widow, is still recovering from the lost of her husband when she meets an Englisher is a recent widower. Through brief encounters, each learns of the others loss and the grief that has engulfed them. But the Amish community ... An Amish Heart
On 4/5 gcc bookworm wrote: Richard Mabry does not disappoint the reader with this latest medical thriller entitled Stress Test. The reader may feel as though he/she is under going a rigorous stress test in this fast paced, heart palpitating story. Dr. Matt Newman is kidnapped leaving from the hospital, is bound and gagged, and ... Richard Mabry's Stress Test
On 3/15 gcc bookworm wrote: "The Sky Beneath My Feet" by Lisa Samson is definitely an upside down, inside out story of one family whose lives collide in their quest for worth and love during what was to have been a month's vacation. Beth's husband must make a decision concerning a job offer and goes into seclusion during his one ... A woman's life is not easy
On 12/30 gcc bookworm wrote: Reading "Fully Alive" was like being in the audience and listening to Ken Davis perform. Once I started the book I could not put it down. The information in the book is right on target for people wanting to make a change in their lives-for better health, for better mental health, for a better relationship ... Today is the Day
On 8/11 gcc bookworm wrote: By Faith, Not By Sight is the inspirational autobiography of Scott MacIntyre. I had not heard of Scott and his appearance on American Idol, but after reading his story I definitely am going to listen to his music. As a musician, a singer and a songwriter, his story is a message of hope and faith to everyone ... Make Music for God!
On 4/1 gcc bookworm wrote: As I began reading "The 13th Tribe" by Robert Liparulo it was slow going. There was a lot of bits and pieces thrown at you in the first several chapters that I started to think about giving up but- and this is a big but- I am glad I stayed with the book because I reached a point where I couldn't put ... Immortals among us today?
On 1/8 gcc bookworm wrote: This thriller from Lis Wiehl, Heart of Ice, has all the ingredients for a suspenseful read: a manipulative but beautiful sociopath, arson and murder, and the Triple Threat Club. Three young professional women, friends since high school, work together to solve the murder of a young intern that worked ... Thriller with all the right ingredients
On 11/29 gcc bookworm wrote: Hank Hanegraaff, better known as the "Bible Answer Man," tackles Bart Ehrman thesis that the Bible is not credible as well as others by countering with his book "Has God Spoken." In "God Has Spoken", Hanegraaff uses an extensive arsenal to give support to the credibility of the Bible ranging from ancient ... Is the Bible credible?
On 8/22 gcc bookworm wrote: Change our culture by taking the blessing challenge. But to take the challenge you must read John Trent and Gary Smalley's newly updated and revised book "The Blessing." It has championed me, as a parent, to not only embrace the blessing but to live out its message with my children. The Blessing shares ... The Blessing