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This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

Marriage experts Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson developed 101 questions that couples can use on a date night, at dinner, or whenever they have a quiet moment together. These questions can trigger...

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Aug 31, 13

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

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 debwilson

Sarah is proficient in many areas - she can read and write in multiple languages, she can keep complicated ans lengthy accounts, and has a quick and sharp mind. The only thing stopping her from...

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Nov 29, 12

This Review Submitted by aaronsellars

In a day when people are very keen on telling others what the gospel is, and what we should be doing with in our communicating, it is just as important to distinguish what the gospel is not....

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Aug 27, 12

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 Lucky4Jill

Bubeck does a great job in balancing the need for Christians to be aware and conscious of demon activity, without sensationalizing or alarming readers. Throughout the book, he reassures readers...

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Jun 17, 14

This Review Submitted by worshipwarriormt

This little book is fun way to bring different or new topics up in conversation. Some stuff is pretty generic and if you have been with someone for awhile I’m sure you have brought up some of...

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May 28, 15

This Review Submitted by The Nerdy Bookworm

As a twenty-something, I have a weak spot for “secrets” about your twenties. So when I had the option to read and review 101 Secrets For Your Twenties by Paul Angone, I jumped at the chance!

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May 26, 14

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"The 5 Languages Of Appreciation In The Marketplace" by Gary Chapman and Paul White is a good title for anyone wanting to learn more on how to get along better with co-workers. Indeed,...

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Oct 11, 13

This Review Submitted by blessedchick123

I love Gary Chapman books. So when I saw this was a book I could review, I got it. 101 Conversation Starters for Couples is a fun little book intended to get you and your spouse talking to each...

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Apr 24, 14

This Review Submitted by DiscipleMomLaura

A small but powerful book, 101 Conversation Starters for Couples sparks creativity and conversation between spouses as they seek to deepen intimacy in their marriages. Written by marriage experts...

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May 31, 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 MOmademomma

Most people have heard of Gary Chapman’s 5 Love Languages and are familiar with what they are. He even has specialized versions of his book geared towards kids, singles, and now, military...

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May 2, 14

This Review Submitted by godis1coolguy

**I received a copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review**

I am a big fan of Gary Chapman's The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts and was...

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May 21, 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 dianeestrella

My family is all business when we sit down to dinner. It’s usually eat and then run!

But, not this time….

We had a lot of fun with this book. As we were eating, each of us took turns...

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Jun 13, 12

This Review Submitted by schelastic

Fierce Women
By Kimberly Wagner
The Power of a Soft Warrior is the subtitle of this book and it is right on. She gently challenges women to do what they can to create a peaceful...

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Aug 14, 13

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 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