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This Review Submitted by Sneezybee23

In The 5 Love Languages of Children, Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross Campbell apply Chapman's popular concept of the five love languages to the parent-child relationship. Each of the five love...

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Jan 13, 15

This Review Submitted by amandainpa

Being included is something that I and many other women (I would assume) struggle with and long for. I could probably think of more instances in my life when I’ve felt left out than when I’ve felt...

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Aug 21, 17

This Review Submitted by Carly

I may have mentioned this before already, but I absolutely ADORE Moody Bible Studies for Women! Whenever a new title in this amazing series is released, I am anxious to give it a try—and I’ve...

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Jul 29, 17

This Review Submitted by healthactivist

In order to experience the power you need to activate it.

We live in the digital age, are dependent upon gadgets to search the Internet, send out e-mails, connect with friends on Face book...

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Jul 31, 13

This Review Submitted by notafraidofthesnow

I love the book The 5 Love Languages. Scott gave me a hard time while dating that I gave him this book to read before I told him that I loved him.

I have looked forward to reading The 5...

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Mar 19, 15

This Review Submitted by Lory

Nowadays the problems and pain in our world are bigger and more intense than ever, it feels they persist and distress us. It’s like the threats just keep coming and amplify by the day. Despite all...

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Mar 7, 18

This Review Submitted by TheophilusGirls

"Beautifully Fierce." Isn't that a phrase you would like to describe you?
It speaks of a woman who follows Christ passionately and has no fear holding her back.
It...

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Apr 15, 13

This Review Submitted by Maureen Timerman

This book took me a full two days to read, and at times is a little wordy, but the message is Supreme!
The story is about Kerby and Herby, identical twins, and their loving supportive family...

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May 29, 12

This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

Things have drastically changed in the last ten years, leaving people in their twenties left trying to figure out how to make a go of it when it is hard to get their dream job. This little book of...

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Feb 3, 14

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 AliciaH

I recently had the pleasure of reviewing The 5 Love Languages of Children, by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell.

To be their best, children need to feel loved. But if you and your child speak...

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Jan 4, 13

This Review Submitted by connywithay

“Traveling to the places of the Bible helps an individual view God’s Word through a new set of geographical lenses. Simple phrases like ‘going up to Jerusalem’ jump off the page because they now...

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Oct 3, 14

This Review Submitted by tatumrangel

In "The Adversary: The Christian Versus Demon Activity," Mark I. Bubeck discusses the subject of spiritual warfare and the many struggles that believers are facing today. He talks about...

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Mar 18, 14

This Review Submitted by Pastor_Theron

My heart breaks. As I observe the cultural conversations of the day, I've noticed we often speak past one another instead of choosing to speak with and to one another. While this is true of...

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Oct 5, 18

This Review Submitted by misty103

So this book arrives to me by mail. I crack open the book and the first thing that hits me is that this book does not have a table of contents, how odd is that? I liked how the book kept switching...

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Sep 27, 15

This Review Submitted by MitchRoush

If you’re reading this, chances are you fit into one of two categories:

* Currently in your Twenties.
* Living in the land of Twenty-something AND BEYOND!

If you’re not in...

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Jan 6, 14

This Review Submitted by missmast82

This is a little almost pocket sized book filled with some very helpful information for tweens. It's also got a fun, catchy looking cover as well as pictures and illustrations throughout the...

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Nov 7, 17

This Review Submitted by ccrawford5

Daily encountering a surge of ideas, information and opinions can leave us exhausted and overwhelmed in our digital age.  All That’s Good is an honest and hopeful invitation for each one of us to...

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Feb 18, 19

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 Anonymous

The subtitle of this book reads, "Empowering organizations by encouraging people," and that's really what this book is about--demonstrating affection in the workplace that is at...

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May 8, 12