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Body and Soul

Body and Soul

On 6/27 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Geared at young women and pre-teen girls, this book is full of advice for how to be happy and healthy.  From exercising to eating a nutritious diet to making friends, this book has it all.  Girls are encouraged to eat well and have fun while working out.  There are even parts of the book ... "Body and Soul" by Bethany Hamilton

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4 Stars

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Twirl

Twirl

On 4/15 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Full of encouraging tips, this book is a nice read for those who want to add more oomph into their lives.  The author encourages readers to stop and smell flowers, both literally and figuratively.  The notions of dance, art, writing, reading, studying, loving people, loving animals, and more ... "Twirl: A Fresh Spin at Life" by Patsy Clairmont

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4 Stars

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Riley Mae and the Rock Shocker Trek

Riley Mae and the Rock Shocker Trek

On 3/27 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This is a fun children’s book about an ordinary girl turned extraordinary.  Riley Mae is a normal kid that loves her friends, her family, and playing softball.  One day, her father’s business associate stops by to chat, and he catches Riley Mae having fun trying on the shoes.  At that ... “Riley Mae and the Rock Shocker Trek” by Jill Osbourne

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4 Stars

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Daughters in Danger

Daughters in Danger

On 3/14 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Exceptionally written, this book chronicles the severe pressure facing girls and young women in our day and age.  Several case-studies are given of naïve ladies who were severely beaten or lost their lives or who were kidnapped.  There are even stories of dating-gone-wrong and how psychology ... "Daughters in Danger" by Elayne Bennett

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5 Stars

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Firstborn: A Novel

Firstborn: A Novel

On 2/25 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Engrossing and fast-paced, this book will be sure to hold your attention.  Whether it is in the future or in another dimension, the reader is thrust into an unusual world of oppression.  Firstborn females are either left for dead or forced to live life as males (“declared” as the book calls ... “Firstborn” by Lorie Ann Grover

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5 Stars

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Lean Body, Fat Wallet

Lean Body, Fat Wallet

On 2/2 Jeanna Kaye wrote: As my uncle says, "there's always the phrase that you can never be too rich or too thin."  The point is that being healthy and wealthy go hand in hand.  How can one save money and make smart money choices when they are unhealthy, stressed out, and depressed?  In the same way, how can one ... "Lean Body, Fat Wallet" by Ellie Kay and Danna Demetre

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4 Stars

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Dateline Jerusalem

Dateline Jerusalem

On 12/20 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Filled with fast-faced journalistic detail and current events, this book cues readers in to what is going on in Jerusalem.  History from years gone by and our current era are included.  Informal interviews with natives of the Middle East are included.  Mitchell mentions the conflict that ... "Dateline Jerusalem" by Chris Mitchell

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5 Stars

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Samson

Samson

On 10/30 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This book is highly gripping, and the best and worst part of it is that it is based on real-life events.  Samson is a family man with a beautiful wife and children.  Problem is he's Jewish, the Third Reich is in power, and it's the onset of World War II.  Living in a ghetto, Samson and ... "Samson: A Savior Will Rise" by Shawn Hoffman

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5 Stars

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True Love Dates

True Love Dates

On 9/26 Jeanna Kaye wrote: The title of this book is a play on words of sorts to the famous book entitled "True Love Waits." While this book is an interesting read and quite the page-turner, I still think "True Love Waits" is a better book in many regards. That book is deeper spiritually and literally. This book is simple. ... True Love Dates

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4 Stars

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Wounded by God's People

Wounded by God's People

On 9/14 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Following the story of Hagar, Lotz elaborates on how an Egyptian slave was hurt by the great patriarch Abraham.  From having to leave her home in Egypt to having to act as a concubine to having to be cast out into the wilderness, Hagar's life was not easy.  Interwoven with this story is Lotz's ... "Wounded by God's People" by Anne Graham Lotz

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3 Stars

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She's Twelve Going on Twenty

She's Twelve Going on Twenty

On 8/26 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Divided into three main sections--body, mind, and spirit--this book tackles the many ways in which young women struggle to find their identities.  Each chapter covers an interesting topic from both a spiritual and a real-world approach.  There are even stories thrown in to give the reader ... "She's Twelve Going on Twenty" by Kim Camp

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3 Stars

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Is College Worth It?

Is College Worth It?

On 7/28 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This book is an excellent resource for all young student considering their future plans.  The authors take a good look at our current post-secondary education system and offer some practical advice.  They lay out the black-and-white numbers of tuition and debt, as well as the likelihood of ... "Is College Worth It?" by William J. Bennett with David Wilezol

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4 Stars

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20,000 Days and Counting

20,000 Days and Counting

On 1/13 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This is a nice self-help book about making each day count.  The chapters are very short, and some pages are devoted to just a quote.  With around 100 pages, this leads to a very short book that can be conquered in as little as a day or just 5 minutes every day if you like to spread out your ... "20000 Days and Counting" by Robert D. Smith

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3 Stars

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Dreams and Visions

Dreams and Visions

On 10/4 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This book immediately got my attention and managed to hold it.  It is about Muslims having dreams and visions of Christ.  What I like about this book is that it does not just focus on Muslims in America.  It deals mostly with people in the Middle East.  The pages comes alive as history ... "Dreams and Visions: Is Jesus Awakening the Muslim World?" by Tom Doyle with Greg Webster

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5 Stars

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Cruel Harvest

Cruel Harvest

On 8/12 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Man, is this a sad book.  As the pages turned, there were times my jaw literally dropped open and tears spilled from my eyes.  The incredibly difficult life Grubb lived will leap off the pages and make you want to console her.  Throughout the memoir, readers will learn of abuse and molestation ... "Cruel Harvest" by Fran Grubb

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5 Stars

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The Searchers

The Searchers

On 7/19 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This is going to be a hard review to write.  This book is "Christian."  It has some Bible in it and talks about the importance of Jesus.  That's all great and lovely.  The reason why I am not giving this book a great review is because--I'm sorry to say this--I found it boring.  Now, ... "The Searchers" by Joseph Loconte

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3 Stars

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Love Does

Love Does

On 4/25 Jeanna Kaye wrote: You know what?  I really liked this book.  It was a fun compilation of whimsical and fascinating stories by a man who is saved by the grace of Yeshua.  The way this man sees life and walks through it is remarkable.  From stories of proposals, purchases, children, slavery, prisons, ... "Love Does" by Bob Goff

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5 Stars

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Real Marriage

Real Marriage

On 2/12 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This book has some pros and cons. For instance, I love how it speaks about how real marriages start as genuine friendships. It goes into love and respect a bit, too, which is nice. I like the phrase "boys who can shave" when the authors speak of males who refuse to "man-up." The book also dives into ... "Real Marriage" by Grace and Mark Driscoll

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2 Stars

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Heaven is for Real Deluxe Edition

Heaven is for Real Deluxe Edition

On 10/22 Jeanna Kaye wrote: There are many near-death-experience books out there about people who have gone to heaven. I've read some of them. What I tended to notice was that most wrote a lot of backstory. You know, their life story and what happened prior to their experience, leaving just a few snidbits of detail about heaven. ... "Heavn is for Real" by Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent

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5 Stars

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Ascent from Darkness

Ascent from Darkness

On 10/5 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Every Christian needs to read this book. This is the story of a satanic worshipper who became a child of God. Readers realize that no human is too far gone, and that the love of God knows no bounds and turns no one away--regardless of how bad they've been. However, what I daresay is of more importance ... Ascent from Darkness

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5 Stars

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Stumbling Into Grace

Stumbling Into Grace

On 8/12 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Truth be told, I wanted to review this book first because I thought the cover was cute. I'm in my early twenties, refuse to let go of my girly tendencies, and occasionally dress like the youngster on the cover...but I digress. You know you see a good movie when--before you know it--it is over. You realize ... "Stumbling into Grace" by Lisa Harper

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4 Stars

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Surprised by Oxford

Surprised by Oxford

On 7/31 Jeanna Kaye wrote: As anyone can find from a simple Google search, this book is about a woman's journey of finding God at Oxford. Now, as a young person in a collegiate setting, this got my attention, and I eagerly suggested the book. The book came in the male like a brick. Don't let the paperback cover fool you. This ... "Surprised by Oxford" by Carolyn Weber

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5 Stars

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Don't Check Your Brains at the Door

Don't Check Your Brains at the Door

On 7/20 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Although this book is aimed at children, it seems like an excellent resource for all ages. It is essentially a simplified apologetics book that juxtaposes quick humor with deep insight. The chapters are tremendously short and to the point. This makes it easy for young readers to stay connected and for ... "Don't Check Your Brains at the Door" by Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler

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5 Stars

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It Couldn't Just Happen

It Couldn't Just Happen

On 7/13 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This spectacular book is a gem for children of all ages. It dives deep into science (earth science, physics, biology, chemistry, and more) to showcase to readers that there is indeed evidence for a Creator. The book starts off talking about galaxies and Earth, transitions into living creatures, highlights ... "It Couldn't JUST Happen" by Lawrence O. Richards

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5 Stars

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The Little Red Book of Wisdom

The Little Red Book of Wisdom

On 6/30 Jeanna Kaye wrote: As the title implies, this is a small book of advice for readers. Divided into two categories, DeMoss tackles both professional and personal issues. While the early chapters of this book are not overtly religious, this book published by Thomas Nelson starts to introduce some spirituality towards the ... "The Little Red Book of Wisdom" by Mark DeMoss

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4 Stars

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Surviving Your Serengeti

Surviving Your Serengeti

On 6/20 Jeanna Kaye wrote: A first glance at this book may make readers think they are holding a creative self-help book that uses animal comparisons. Well, that's true, but only up to a certain degree. While there are many life tips and business strategies implemented on the pages, this book does not read like a work of non-fiction. ... "Surviving Your Serengeti" by Stephan Swanepoel

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4 Stars

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Fashioned by Faith

Fashioned by Faith

On 4/22 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Written by an actual Christian model, this book is a must-have for women. Carter's modeling experience with her highlights and regrets are spilled onto the pages. While there is some fashion advice given, this is not a book on how to restructure your entire closet or what "looks" are modest. Rather, ... "Fashioned by Faith" by Rachel Lee Carter

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5 Stars

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Heart of Ice

Heart of Ice

On 4/6 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This heart-pumping thriller will have you turning the pages until your eyes begin to droop. Wiehl weaves a clever web of characters whose lives intersect (but not immediately so as to seem forced). You have a pyromaniac with a scarred inner and outer facade, three crime fighting women (not superheroes ... "Heart of Ice" by Lis Wiehl

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5 Stars

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A Conversation with God for Women

A Conversation with God for Women

On 3/5 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Like the title suggests, this book is full of dialog between women and God. Various topics like prayer, the Bible, God, Jesus, relationships, and life come up. Essentially, the way the book is laid out, a question is laid out to God, and God answers. While Ford uses Bible verses and Biblical insight, ... "A Conversation with God for Women" by Marcia Ford

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3 Stars

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The Promises She Keeps

The Promises She Keeps

On 2/7 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Wowza; this book is good. The narration jumps between characters and intertwines their lives. Promise is a young singer with a terminal disease. Chase is an autistic artist who prophesizes and is a Christian. Chelsea is Chase's sister who takes care of him with the help of hired Wes. Porta is an ... "The Promises She Keeps" by Erin Healy

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5 Stars

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This is Your Brain in Love

This is Your Brain in Love

On 1/11 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This book primarily deals with love in marriage, so it is not recommended for younger readers. The science included in it ranges from nutrition to neuroscience and is not too complicated--just a bit of extra vocabulary. Couples and marriages in broken down into categories that are interesting to say ... "This Is Your Brain In Love" by Dr. Earl Henslin

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4 Stars

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Precious Moments Storybook Bible

Precious Moments Storybook Bible

On 1/5 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This cute little book is best suited very younger children. It is very large when it comes to the size of the written letters. There are pages in the front that talk about God and allow the small child to write down family heritage and facts about him- or herself. The only downside to this is that it ... Precious Moments Storybook Bible

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4 Stars

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On This Day in Christian History

On This Day in Christian History

On 12/1 Jeanna Kaye wrote: While this book is set up like a devotional, it is unique. Instead of just a Bible verse for each day of the year with an explanation, there is a historical moment captured on the page. Yes, there are Bible verses for each day at the end of the page, but they complement the stories more than just teach ... "On This Day in Christian History" by Robert J. Morgan

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4 Stars

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Then Sings My Soul Special Edition

Then Sings My Soul Special Edition

On 11/5 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This special edition book has 150 hymns in it. They are mostly Christmas and Easter songs, with some Thanksgiving and miscellaneous ones thrown in. The actual music is on the left page, and the description and history of the song is one the right page. This includes a Bible verse, which is nice for ... "Then Sings My Soul" by Robert Morgan

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4 Stars

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Outlive Your Life

Outlive Your Life

On 10/26 Jeanna Kaye wrote: As another one of Lucado's books, this one does not disappoint. It has his real-world voice and hard-core theology that makes it suitable for Christians of all walks of life to enjoy. This particular book focuses on the Book of Acts and how it relates to our lives. Not every single story or chapter ... "Outlive Your Life" by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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Good Morning, Lord

Good Morning, Lord

On 10/1 Jeanna Kaye wrote: The front cover boasts "I don't know where You're going today, but I'm going with You," and that is oh-so true. With over 100 "days" to read, this book is ideal for those that want to find time for the Lord who are most alert in the early hours. Each reading for the day has a paragraph that explains ... "Good Morning Lord" by Shiela Walsh

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4 Stars

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The Heavens Proclaim His Glory

The Heavens Proclaim His Glory

On 9/10 Jeanna Kaye wrote: This book is phenomenal beyond belief. As an avid astronomy geek, I loved the photos. I have previously bought books on space-time, nebulae, supernovae, and the like. However, in my experience, even the most scientific books I have don't measure up to this one in terms of the majesty of the photos. The ... "The Heavens Proclaim His Glory"

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5 Stars

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The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect

On 9/10 Jeanna Kaye wrote: I'm sure everyone's heard of the butterfly effect. Well, this book really puts it on the forefront and makes readers realize that their lives matter. Whether they give a command that will have historical significance, simply encourage someone, or stand up for a helpless person, all people can make ... "The Butterfly Effect" by Andy Andrews

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5 Stars

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God's Promises for Girls

God's Promises for Girls

On 7/25 Jeanna Kaye wrote: Sweet as a batch of cupcakes, this book delivers what its title decrees. Instead of concrete chapters, each left and right page holds a lesson for girls. There is a title, a picture, a short poem, and a collection of relevant Bible verses. The illustration are adorable and display various acts of ... "God's Promises for Girls" by Jack Countryman and Amy Parker

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5 Stars

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You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be

You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be

On 4/20 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "You Can Be Everything God Wants You to Be" by Max Lucado is sublime. With about 30 small topics, this reads like a devotional book but may be completed in one day if read like a novel. There are small sections that cover topics like work, strength, potential, passion, relationships, greed, purpose, ... "You Can Be Everything God Wants You to Be" by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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How Should a Christian Live?

How Should a Christian Live?

On 4/7 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "How Should a Christian Live?" is part of the Word of Promise Next Generation Series. Renowned for its famous young voices reading from the Bible, these books come with CDs. This book has 12 devotionals that discuss major Christian topics that give advice on how to live life. 12 may not seem like ... "How Should a Christian Live?"

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5 Stars

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Read and Share: The Story of Easter

Read and Share: The Story of Easter

On 3/16 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "The Story of Easter" by Gwen Ellis and illustrated by Steve Smallman is a delightful children's book in the Read and Share collection. It tells the story of Easter in easy to understand terms, with plenty of pictures for little ones to look at. Some Bible verses are even given (reference, not exact ... "The Story of Easter" by Gwen Ellis

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4 Stars

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Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton

On 2/24 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "Isaac Newton" by Mitch Stokes is part of the Christian Encounters series. It aims to explore the lives of grandiosely brilliant and influential Christians. Written in prose form, this book reads like a mix between a novel and a biography; it feel like historical fiction but is far too accurate to ... "Isaac Newton" by Mitch Stokes

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3 Stars

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Beautiful Things Happen When A Woman Trusts God

Beautiful Things Happen When A Woman Trusts God

On 2/15 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "Beautiful Things Happen When a Woman Trusts God" by Sheila Walsh is a painstakingly beautiful book. It starts out with Walsh's personal problems with trusting God. With brutal honesty, she reveals how she went in a psychiatric ward when her seemingly perfect life came crashing down around her. There ... "Beautiful Things Happen When a Woman Trusts God" by Sheila Walsh

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4 Stars

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Revolve 2010

Revolve 2010

On 2/3 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "Revolve 2010: The Complete New Testament" is a great Biblezine for girls. Basically what that is a the Bible in the form of a magazine. The text is translated into easy to understand terms, and there are ever modern day colloquialisms inserted. There are parts on the top of the page where Biblical ... "Revolve 2010"

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5 Stars

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A Million Miles in a Thousand Years

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years

On 1/23 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "A Million Miles in a Thousand Years" by Donald Miller has an interesting back story. One of Miller's memoirs ("Blue Like Jazz") sold many copies, and he was approached by filmmakers to turn the book into a movie. After much back-and-forth discussion, they made it clear that he would have to fabricate ... "A Million Miles in a Thousand Years" by Donald Miller

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4 Stars

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The Gospel According to Lost

The Gospel According to Lost

On 1/8 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "The Gospel According to Lost" by Sean Seay is a riveting read. It dives deep into the jungle that is Lost and does not even come up for a breather. The book briefly explains the concept of the show, its philosophical heritage, and its cultural repercussions. Subsequently, chapters are devoted to ... "The Gospel According to Lost" by Sean Seay

Jeanna's Rating:

5 Stars

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Jesus Lives

Jesus Lives

On 12/5 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "Jesus Lives: Seeing His Love in Your Life" by Sarah Young is a tranquil gift book. There are close to 200 mini-devotionals that can either be read on a day-to-day basis or just in one sitting. Each one has a description on the left page akin to God speaking to the reader. This is comforting and not ... "Jesus Lives" by Sarah Young

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5 Stars

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The Tallest of Smalls

The Tallest of Smalls

On 10/26 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "The Tallest of Smalls" by Max Lucado and Illustrated by Maria Monescillo is a marvel of a children's book. It takes place in its own little town that--albeit unusual--is not too far off for little ones to grasp. In Smallsville, the townspeople are tiny and await a time each day when they get the opportunity ... "The Tallest of Smalls" by Max Lucado and Illustrated by Maria Monescillo

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5 Stars

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Redefining Beautiful

Redefining Beautiful

On 9/26 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "Redefining Beautiful: What God Sees When God Sees You" by Jenna Lucado is a self-help book for young girls. It revolves around the notion of self esteem. Topics range from health and beauty to self-mutilation, bulimia, and--yes--boys. Each chapter starts off with a story. Then, there is an explanation ... "Redefining Beautiful" by Jenna Lucado

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5 Stars

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Fearless

Fearless

On 9/8 Jeanna Kaye wrote: “Fearless: Imagine Your Life Without Fear” by Max Lucado is an unconventionally good book. Delving deep into controversially contemporary topics, Lucado takes a literary plunge akin to the one plastered on the cover. Hard fiscal times, control issues, mental projections, natural disasters, terrorism ... "Fearless" by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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The Expanded Bible

The Expanded Bible

On 8/28 Jeanna Kaye wrote: The Expanded Bible: New Testament is a modern study Bible for young readers. It focuses on the New Testament and reads left to right like a book. There are side columns for notes that explain concepts to readers and make connections from other Biblical quotations. Some words are inserted with brackets ... The Expanded Bible: New Testament

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4 Stars

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The Jesus Book

The Jesus Book

On 8/8 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "The Jesus Book: The Ultimate Who, What, When, Where, and Why Book" by Stephen Elkins is a great book. This is great for children who want to know about Jesus but are too young to tackle the Bible. Under 100 pages with large print, bright colors, and artistic pictures, this will not seem as daunting ... "The Jesus Book" by Stephen Elkins

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5 Stars

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What's He Really Thinking?

What's He Really Thinking?

On 7/28 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "What's He Really Thinking? - How to be a Relational Genius with the Man in Your Life" by Paula Rinehart is a psychological book that delves into the male psyche. It discusses the main differences in how men think as compared to women. Central issues like conflict, respect, hurt, change, and expectations ... "What's He Really Thinking?" by Paula Rinehart

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3 Stars

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I Believe Bunny

I Believe Bunny

On 7/7 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "The I Believe Bunny" by Tosh Rabe is a cute children's book with a Christian twist. The book starts off with a Bible quotation, and the story works around it to teach a central message. In this particular book in the series, the bunny finds a fellow woodland creature in distress. He tries to help ... "The I Believe Bunny" by Tosh Rabe

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4 Stars

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Notes From The Tilt-A-Whirl

Notes From The Tilt-A-Whirl

On 6/24 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl:Wide-Eyed Wonder in God's Spoken Word" by N.D. Wilson is all over the place...and not necessarily in a bad way. Wilson's style of writing and rhetorical style make it idyll for atheists or just the faint of faith. The book reads like a dialog, almost as if the author is ... "Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl" by N.D. Wilson

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4 Stars

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100 Bible Stories, 100 Bible Songs

100 Bible Stories, 100 Bible Songs

On 6/15 Jeanna Kaye wrote: “100 Bible Stories, 100 Bible Songs” by Stephen Elkins is an interactive children’s biblical book. As the title suggests, there are 100 stories accompanied by 100 songs. The stories themselves consist of about a paragraph each. Also included is a short sentence or two synopsis, or adage, about ... “100 Bible Stories, 100 Bible Songs” by Stephen Elkins

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5 Stars

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Jungle Jack's The Wackiest, Wildest, and Weirdest Animals in the World

Jungle Jack's The Wackiest, Wildest, and Weirdest Animals in the World

On 6/9 Jeanna Kaye wrote: “Jungle Jack's The Wackiest, Wildest, and Weirdest Animals in the World” by Jack Hanna is an amazing animal book for young and old readers alike. Thirty amazing animals are listed in the book. They include some exotic ones and some well known ones. This make it easy for readers to identify animals ... “The Wackiest, Wildest, and Weirdest Animals in the World” by Jack Hanna

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5 Stars

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God's Little Princess Devotional Bible

God's Little Princess Devotional Bible

On 6/4 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "God's Little Princess" by Sheila Walsh is a devotional Bible for girls. The structure of the book is fun. There are Bible verses, beauty tips (for both the inside and outside), words of advice, songs, plays that have roles for the reader and mother, and much more. Girls are encouraged to show kindness ... "God's Little Princess" By Sheila Walsh

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5 Stars

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Jesus Calling

Jesus Calling

On 5/27 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "Jesus Calling: Devotions for Every Day of the Year" by Sarah Young is a calming book.  The introduction discusses Young's personal journey with Jesus.  It introduces the idea of a prayer journal and how God talks to each and every one of us.  Every single day of the year is allotted its own page. ... "Jesus Calling" by Sarah Young

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5 Stars

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The American Patriot's Bible

The American Patriot's Bible

On 5/19 Jeanna Kaye wrote: “The American Patriot’s Bible: The Word of God and the Shaping of America” is a fine book. The main Biblical verses written by God are enact. So, Christians that recall the verse from Deuteronomy about not adding to the Bible are relieved that the Bible itself is not altered. Dr. Richard G. ... “The American Patriot’s Bible: The Word of God and the Shaping of America"

Jeanna's Rating:

4 Stars

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The Principle of the Path (Hardcover)

The Principle of the Path (Hardcover)

On 5/11 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "The Principle of the Path: How to get from where you are to where you want to be" by Andy Stanley is a very engaging book. It tackles tough issues and provides reasonable solutions. While the book is geared towards Christians and focuses on God's guidance, the book is not all sunshine and lollipops. ... "The Principle of the Path" by Andy Stanley

Jeanna's Rating:

5 Stars

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In the Footsteps of Paul

In the Footsteps of Paul

On 5/1 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "In the Footsteps of Paul: Experience the Journey that Changed the World" by Ken Duncan is a very practical book. It is composed by a world renowned photographer. Duncan writes his own words, but the vast majority of the text is Bible quotations and quotations from famous Christians (Billy Graham ... "In the Footsteps of Paul" by Ken Duncan

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5 Stars

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The Noticer

The Noticer

On 4/30 Jeanna Kaye wrote: "The Noticer" by Andy Andrews is a great work of fiction. It is told through multiple perspectives around an elderly man called Jones. His race is unknown--each person sees him a different way, and he has other ethnic names. Anyway, Jones wanders around town fixing people's problems. As for the main ... "The Noticer" by Andy Andrews

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5 Stars

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His Name is Jesus

His Name is Jesus

On 4/24 Jeanna Kaye wrote: “His Name Is Jesus” by Max Lucado is a great book for all. It is comprised of five parts--the birth, mission, death, resurrection, and legacy of Jesus Christ. The sections are thoughtfully put together. Stories of the Bible about Jesus are put into today’s terms, hardly ever exceeding three ... “His Name Is Jesus” by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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Word of Promise Next Generation New Testament MP3 Set

Word of Promise Next Generation New Testament MP3 Set

On 4/11 Jeanna Kaye wrote: The Word of Promise Next Generation New Testament MP3 Set is quite a journey. With over twenty-three hours of audio and seventy-five minutes of DVD footage, this set is well worth it.Meant for young adults, this series can be heard by all. However, youngsters may be more attracted to the all-star cast ... The Word of Promise Next Generation New Testament MP3 Set

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