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The Legend of St. Nicholas

The Legend of St. Nicholas

On 10/28 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: Y'all know I'm a sucker for children's books, right? Love 'em. Even more than children's books? I love Christmas children's books, so I jumped at the chance to read and review The Legend of St. Nicholas: A Story of Christmas Giving by Dandi Daley Mackall, illustrated by Richard Cowdrey. The story ... The Legend of St. Nicholas: A Story of Christmas Giving

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5 Stars

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Conrad and the Cowgirl Next Door

Conrad and the Cowgirl Next Door

On 9/30 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: In Conrad and the Cowgirl Next Door by Denette Fretz, the first thing Conrad packs when heading to Uncle Clint's ranch to learn to be a cowboy is his Mega Ultimate Extreme First Aid Kit. It's a good thing, too, because learning how to be a cowboy is a lot harder, and more painful, than he thought. ... Conrad and the Cowgirl Next Girl: A Review

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4 Stars

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NIV Essentials Study Bible

NIV Essentials Study Bible

On 8/23 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: The NIV Essentials Study Bible contains the full NIV text of the Bible, along with study helps from 6 bestselling NIV Resources: NIV Study Bible, NIV Quest Study Bible, NIV Archaeological Study Bible, NIV Student Bible, The Great Rescue Bible, and The Essential Bible Companion. This Bible offers 8 different ... NIV Essentials Study Bible

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5 Stars

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Game Changer

Game Changer

On 7/4 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: When I saw that NFL quarterback Kirk Cousins' book Game Changer was available, I knew I had to read it. Kirk attended the same high school as my husband (and most of my in-laws), the same college as my parents (and other family members), and was drafted by the team most of our friends in WV root for. ... Game Changer by Kirk Cousins

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5 Stars

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InScribed Collection

InScribed Collection

On 6/24 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: Earlier this year, Book Look Bloggers sent me the first four books in the new inScribed collection. This collection of studies strives to lead women to not just survive but thrive by encouraging them to immerse themselves in the person of Jesus Christ. The collection is gorgeous, with nice thick ... inScribed Collection: A Review

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5 Stars

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Defending the Line

Defending the Line

On 6/20 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: All three of my boys are playing soccer this summer, so I jumped at the chance to read this book. Defending the Line tells the story of David Luiz, a rising star on the international soccer scene. The book touches on his childhood, playing for soccer clubs in Brazil, through making it to his first ... http://bluefield5.blogspot.com/2014/06/defending-line-david-luiz-story-by-alex.html

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3 Stars

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One God, One Plan, One Life

One God, One Plan, One Life

On 5/29 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: One God One Plan One Life is a 365 day devotional book is marketed to teens, and is easy to read, offering meaningful ways for teens to connect with God and live the life He has planned for them. Each one page devotion consists of a Bible verse and a short, 2-3 paragraph devotion, followed by a one ... http://bluefield5.blogspot.com/2014/05/one-god-one-plan-one-life-365.html

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4 Stars

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It's A God Thing

It's A God Thing

On 3/1 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: Do you believe in miracles? Merriam-Webster defines miracle as 1 : an extraordinary event manifesting divine intervention in human affairs 2 : an extremely outstanding or unusual event, thing, or accomplishment I believe that God is constantly at work in this physical world--the key to seeing ... It's A God Thing: When Miracles Happen To Everyday People--A Review

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4 Stars

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Runaway Saint

Runaway Saint

On 2/16 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: Runaway Saint is the newest novel by author Lisa Samson, the writer Publishers Weekly calls one of the "most powerful voices in Christian fiction." Sara Drexel, to all outward appearances, has it all together--a supportive husband, her own successful business, and a beautiful home, all in a hip, urban ... Runaway Saint: A Novel by Lisa Samson

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5 Stars

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No Cape Required: A Devotional

No Cape Required: A Devotional

On 1/5 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: Recently I've been reading No Cape Required: A Devotional: 52 Ways to Unleash Your Inner Hero by Kristen Parrish, which was provided to me by BookSneeze for this review. In this book, the author takes a look at 52 heroes from popular culture, like Katniss Everdeen from the Hunger Games, Marlin, from ... No Cape Required by Kristen Parrish: A Review

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4 Stars

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Jesus on Every Page

Jesus on Every Page

On 11/13 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: In Jesus on Every Page, author David Murray explores 10 different ways to find Jesus in the Old Testament. I think we've all experienced the apparent dichotomy of the Bible--the God of the Old Testament and the God of the new Testament seem to be so different, it's sometimes hard to believe that it's ... Jesus on Every Page by David Murray: A Review

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4 Stars

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Lead Me Home

Lead Me Home

On 7/26 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: In this second book of the Winds of Change series, Shiloh Griffin is a pastor's wife and mom to 4 boys. Two years ago, the family moved from a small town in South Carolina to Milwaukee for Pastor Griffin to become lead pastor of a large church there. Shiloh gave up college and her dream to become a music ... Freedom in Forgiveness

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4 Stars

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Chasing Francis

Chasing Francis

On 6/25 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: After losing faith and experiencing a spiritual breakdown right in the middle of preaching at the mega-church he founded, Pastor Chase Falson sets off on a pilgrimage of sorts. His uncle, a Franciscan priest, leads him across Italy, where he encounters the teachings of Francis of Assisi. With Chase's ... Chasing Francis: A Review

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4 Stars

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Prayer Warrior Mom

Prayer Warrior Mom

On 6/5 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: I recently read Prayer Warrior Mom: Covering your kids with God's blessings and protection by Marla Alupoaicei, which BookSneeze provided to me free of charge. The book contains 15 chapters, each highlighting a different way moms can pray for their children. Each chapter includes a several page explanation ... Prayer Warrior Mom: A Review

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4 Stars

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Jesus Is

Jesus Is

On 3/25 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: Jesus is ________. How would you complete that sentence? In Jesus is________., author Judah Smith explores the nature of who and what Jesus is by filling in the blank with 6 different attributes, each revealing an aspect of the character of Jesus. The author dedicates three chapters to each of these ... Jesus is ______. by Judah Smith: a review

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5 Stars

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Unglued Devotional

Unglued Devotional

On 1/31 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: The book consists of sixty 2-3 page sections, each with a scripture passage, thought for the day, devotion, and prayer. Through each devotion, the author shows readers how to be responders rather than reactors in emotionally charged situations. Through the pages of this book, Ms. TerKeurst reveals that ... Unglued Devotional by Lysa TerKeurst

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5 Stars

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Twelve Unlikely Heroes

Twelve Unlikely Heroes

On 1/15 Scarlet Bluefield wrote: As the title suggests, the author explores the lives of 12 heroes from the Bible, heroes who were flawed and imperfect, but still were used for God's purposes, to further God's kingdom. Each of the 10 chapters explores, in depth, one or two unlikely heroes, giving the reader a deeper understanding of ... Twelve Unlikely Heroes: A Review

Scarlet Bluefield's Rating:

4 Stars

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