Reviews by Jonathan Coombs

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Outlive Your Life

Outlive Your Life

On 3/14 Jonathan Coombs wrote: I like Max Lucado. I’ve now read a few books of his and always find them full of good illustrations, biblical truth, and words worth pondering. Out Live Your Life is no different. Lucado’s latest centres around encouraging people to start thinking big and taking risks in their life. He wants his ... Out Live Your Life

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4 Stars

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Seeds of Turmoil

Seeds of Turmoil

On 3/12 Jonathan Coombs wrote: This has got to be the worst book i have read…ever. Wright attempts to ground the current Middle Eastern conflict between Israel and the surrounding Arab nations on to one man – Abraham. Through the use of the book of Genesis (and other prophetic passages) Wright makes the case that ever since Abraham ... Seeds of Turmoil by Bryant Wright

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1 Stars

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Storm Warning

Storm Warning

On 7/13 Jonathan Coombs wrote: Billy Graham, Storm Warning (revised ed., Nashville, USA: Thomas Nelson), 2010. Billy Graham is widely known as the pre-eminient evangelist of the 20th century. Throughout his 91 years he has proclaimed the gospel of Christ on every continent and to millions and millions of people. There is probably no other person in the history of ... Storm Warning by Billy Graham

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2 Stars

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Jesus Manifesto

Jesus Manifesto

On 6/22 Jonathan Coombs wrote: Leonard Sweet & Frank Viola, Jesus Manifesto: Restoring the supremacy and sovereignty of Jesus Christ (Nashville, USA: Thomas Nelson, 180 pgs), 2010. This book is an excellent book. In ten chapters Sweet and Viola give ample evidence in the promotion of Christ, his supremacy and sovereignty. Throughout ... Jesus Manifesto by Leonard Sweet & Frank Viola

Jonathan's Rating:

4 Stars

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After the Hangover

After the Hangover

On 5/17 Jonathan Coombs wrote: R. Emmett Tyrell, After the Hangover: The Conservatives Road to Recovery (Thomas Nelson), 2010. Considering i live outside the USA i don’t particularly know much of the political scene and the history behind the liberal and conservative movements that seem to define each and every Presidential ... After the Hangover by R. Emmett Tyrell

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2 Stars

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Love & Respect

Love & Respect

On 3/24 Jonathan Coombs wrote: Emerson Eggerichs, Love & Respect: The love she most desires, the respect he desperately needs (303 pages, Nashville, USA: Thomas Nelson), 2004. Within the first three chapters Dr. Emerson Eggerichs will captivate your attention. It is within these early pages of his book that he describes the main ... Love & Respect by Emerson Eggerichs

Jonathan's Rating:

3 Stars

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A Million Miles in a Thousand Years

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years

On 9/29 Jonathan Coombs wrote: Donald Miller, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: What I learned while editing my life (250 pages, Nashville, USA: Thomas Nelson), 2009. I have to admit that i was rather sceptical about this book when i first received it. Donald Miller is known as an ‘emergent guy’ and that somewhat put me off immediately. I ... A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller

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3 Stars

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Fearless

Fearless

On 9/8 Jonathan Coombs wrote: Max Lucado, Fearless: Imagine your life without fear (180 pages, Nashville, USA: Thomas Nelson), 2009. “Fear corrodes our confidence in God’s goodness” so says Lucado. And in this new release from his pen he reasons that we can have a life without fear if we are to trust and have faith in God and his goodness. ... Fearless by Max Lucado

Jonathan's Rating:

4 Stars

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Everyday Greatness

Everyday Greatness

On 8/4 Jonathan Coombs wrote: Everyday Greatness: Inspiration for a Meaningful Life by Stephen R Covey is based around 63 true life stories that are to uplift, inspire, and bring forth passion within the reader. Using stories and quotes from various Reader’s Digest articles over the years Covey adds his own commentary to them in order to shape the readers ... Everyday Greatness by Stephen R. Covey

Jonathan's Rating:

2 Stars

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