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This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

The Five Love Languages have been taken to a whole new level with this book, to help parents apply them to their children and make sure that they have a full love tank. I loved reading through...

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Dec 15, 13

This Review Submitted by krisbush

This book is literally HANDS DOWN the best book in regards to parenting, outside of the bible, that I have ever read. This book is authored by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell, both have written...

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Nov 19, 12

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

Gary Chapman and Paul White take the concept of the five love languages and apply them to the workplace to show appreciation to our co-workers and employees. Chapman and White help readers to use...

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Nov 12, 13

This Review Submitted by benjity

Fierce Women is not unlike a couple books you've read before. But then, most lessons aren't only learned once. What sets Kimberly Wagner's book apart is that she isn't...

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Feb 10, 13

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

This book is meant to be a companion to the Secret Keeper Girl: The Power of Modesty for Tweens book that Gresh also wrote.

The devotional is best completed at the same time as reading the...

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May 2, 19

This Review Submitted by domesticgeekgirl

When Moody Publishers gave me a list of books to review, I chose 101 Conversation Starters for Couples by Gary D. Chapman and Ramon L. Presson, mainly because I am a big fan of Chapman’s Love...

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Oct 17, 14

This Review Submitted by notafraidofthesnow

Secret Keeper Girl Mom-Daughter Devos: with Coloring Experience will be a great book to pull out when my girls get a little bigger. I love that there is a passage of Scripture on each day,...

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May 5, 18

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Stephanie Perry Moore
Published by: LEVB

I am interested in reading any kind of fiction, including children’s fiction. That is why I was excited to read A+ Attitude and...

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May 3, 14

This Review Submitted by dianeestrella

This book was a lot of fun for an old married couple like my husband and I to read through. Sometimes in the busyness of life, there’s no time to just have conversations about and with each other...

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May 4, 12

This Review Submitted by Robin Prater

I'm not sure I can ever write a review that can exhibit the true beauty of this novel. Although it is a stand alone, Robert's story continues on through this writing masterpiece. Yes,...

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Jun 13, 14

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Gary Chapman and Paul White
Published by: Northfield Publishing

I’m a freelance writer, so I don’t work with other people. Still, I chose to read The 5 Languages of...

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Jul 31, 14

This Review Submitted by mattidw

Against The Gates Of Hell by Mylow Young was a good book it just wasn’t the book for me. The author did a great job writing this book but it just wasn’t the right fit for me. I got confused and...

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Sep 19, 14

This Review Submitted by jamichuk

In the Evangelical tribe I grew up in, The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman provided the idiom to talk about how each us receive and give love. Because of our unique personalities and family...

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Apr 2, 13

This Review Submitted by CrochettoDani

Book Review: 101 Secrets for Your Twenties
Recently I finished reading the book, 101 Secrets for Your Twenties by Paul Angone.

"Even if life feels like you're driving...

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Aug 1, 13

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

Sometimes it's the little things in life that make big impacts. This book is little, simple, and fun. There aren't any bells and whistles or deep philosophical studies…but the questions...

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May 24, 14

This Review Submitted by sclubmama

After 7 years of marriage, I still don't know everything about Big A. Amazing, isn't it, how much we can know about someone but still they have so much to tell us. I thought I would gain...

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Sep 4, 13

This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

I feel like I kind of did this backward, since I didn't read the Secret Keeper Girl firs, but I still feel like I had a good feel for the book's message with this devotional. I love that...

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Sep 25, 17

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

Unlike my first experience with this book series (101 Conversation Starts for Families), which I felt was a disappointment, I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
The questions are all unique and...

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Feb 3, 15

This Review Submitted by Vik Tory Arch

Heather Holleman leads us to dive in into the Ephesians like no other Bible Study… She provided the workbook with a journaling space to write down reflections, thoughts, questions and to road map...

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Jul 25, 17

This Review Submitted by anoblecalling

And the Bride Wore White, written by Dannah Gresh, is a great resource for any teenage or young adult single woman who wants to live a life of purity. This book contains honest stories from the...

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Jan 5, 14