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This Review Submitted by artofbreath

This week I finished reading a book by Mike Guzzardo called “All In” from Moody Publishers. I received the book at no cost from the publishing company with permission to read and review it.

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Nov 19, 13

This Review Submitted by lovemykidz316

My family had lots of fun with this book. It's a small, economically priced book that could be used in several different settings. It is a great resource to get your family communication...

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Feb 19, 15

This Review Submitted by seasonedjoy

Trevin Wax’s Counterfeit Gospels is a powerful explanation of the true gospel and provides help in recognizing and responding to six common counterfeits to it.

The book begins by explaining...

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Aug 20, 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 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 abelleque

My favorite prompt from 101 Conversation Starters for Couples...

"What is something you thoroughly enjoyed doing as a child and have not done in years?" ~ Question 62

This...

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Jun 15, 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 THersh

The Five Love Languages of Children is a book that can help parents to learn how to best love their children. It goes through each love language and explains what to look for and how to show love...

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Jan 26, 15

This Review Submitted by amandainpa

Where was this book when I was 12? This is such a great devotional for tweens and young teen girls. First of all, the book is very inviting in its appearance…the artwork is adorable and there are...

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Dec 23, 17

This Review Submitted by Pastor_Theron

As a boy growing up, I remember playing the game “Two Truths and a Lie”. If you have played the game before, you know the point of the game was to make three statements, two being true things...

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May 2, 19

This Review Submitted by missmast82

I got this devotional to go along with the Book that Dannah wrote called The Power of Modesty for Tweens.

I didn't read through the whole devotional, but was pretty impressed with how...

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Nov 28, 17

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 Treenz

This book is an 8 week Bible study of Ephesians presented by Heather, an English professor.

She has given each week a topic title as below which is based around verses within Ephesians:...

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Jun 26, 17

This Review Submitted by karastarcher

The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell is based on the #1 New York Times bestseller The 5 Love Languages.

The main premise of the book is how to effectively...

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Sep 9, 14

This Review Submitted by marcuspevans

I love reading his books and listening to sermons by Tony Evans. As I always say, I never agree 100% with anybody. But I do chew on the meat I find and spit out the bones. Usually where Tony...

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Jul 15, 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 missjc

The 5 Love Languages of Children by Dr. Gary Chapman and Dr. Ross Campbell, MD is an easy read, but it's also 'hard'. It's hard because it's good. It's thought -...

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Apr 21, 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 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 himetoki

Quoted as a "wiser, funnier, older brother," by Seth Godin, the New York Times bestseller author of The Incarus Deception Angone's book gives practical and witty advice for any...

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Sep 27, 15