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The Other Half of Church

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"The Other Half Of Church" is a great read on how the human brain relates to spiritual stagnation or growth in the Christian believer's life. Just over 200 pages, the book addresses...

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Aug 27, 20

The Other Half of Church

This Review Submitted by jculler

Is something missing in your journey toward spiritual maturity? According to the authors, it could be because the usual discipleship model is only utilizing half of our brain -- namely the left...

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Oct 2, 20

Sent

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

The subtitle of this book is “Living a Life That Invites Others to Jesus.” That is really what this book is about, how to live your life in such a way that draws people to Jesus. The authors...

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Sep 8, 20

Sent

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

I was excited to read this book despite never hearing of Heather & Ashley Holleman before. In today's world, true believing Christians all too often fall prey to internally focused...

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Nov 7, 20

Beyond Priceless

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

This is a wonderful devotional for all women! It is well known that, in general, women/girls are more emotionally driven than men. And unfortunately, we can tend to let those emotions drive our...

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Nov 7, 20

Beyond Priceless

This Review Submitted by jillpjones

Jen Barrick suffered a traumatic brain injury when was 15 years old. After five weeks in a coma, Jen woke up singing praise songs and quoting scripture. This young teen who doctors said would not...

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Oct 27, 20

Beyond Priceless

This Review Submitted by reward005

Note: I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an HONEST review.

Beyond Priceless: Who God is When I Feel… points women to look to their unchanging Creator when their changing...

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Oct 31, 20

Dangerous Virtues

This Review Submitted by Ben Marshall

There are many books written that will not stand the test of time. They are nice books, helpful for a moment, but not enduring.

This book, Dangerous Virtues, is not one of those. I believe...

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Dec 29, 20

Dangerous Virtues

This Review Submitted by SnickerdoodleSarah

The title of this book, Dangerous Virtues: How to Follow Jesus When Evil Masquerades as Good by John Koessler, caught my attention when I was looking at Moody Publishers books offered to reviewers...

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Sep 23, 20

Dangerous Virtues

This Review Submitted by pastoralex

In Dangerous Virtues, Koessler teaches readers how to identify the seven deadly sins as they are subtly disguised in the culture today. Though many are already familiar with the seven deadly sins...

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Oct 26, 20

Dangerous Virtues

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

This is a thought-provoking book about vice disguising itself as virtue. In society today often time, lines are blurred and evil masquerades as good. Each chapter focuses on one of the commonly...

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Sep 28, 20

Dangerous Virtues

This Review Submitted by James E Hartley

“The chaplain had mastered, in a moment of divine intuition, the handy technique of protective rationalization, and he was exhilarated by his discovery. It was miraculous. It was almost no trick...

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Nov 12, 20

God, Himself

This Review Submitted by die2myselfTwoPointOh

***DISCLAIMER: I RECEIVED THIS BOOK FOR FREE FROM MOODY PUBLISHERS TO REVIEW***

Tony Evans’ God, Himself: A Journey Through His Attributes represents the fourth book I have reviewed for...

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Oct 7, 20

Habakkuk

This Review Submitted by inkblotlife_peggy

Recently Moody Publishers allowed me to review Habakkuk: Remembering God’s Faithfulness When He Seems Silent by Dannah Gresh. This Bible study on a little book in the Bible, that is easy to miss,...

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Dec 7, 20

Habakkuk

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

I was so excited to go through this study. Habakkuk is not a typical book of the Bible you hear being preached on or see many books written about. Obviously God included it in the Bible for a...

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Oct 18, 20

Habakkuk

This Review Submitted by Carly

Have you ever experienced a particular book being dropped into your lap at precisely the time when you most needed it? That was the case for me with a new release in the Moody Bible Studies for...

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Jan 10, 21

Habakkuk

This Review Submitted by CreateWithJoy

When you peruse the shelves of your favorite retailer, it isn’t every day that you come across a women’s Bible study on a minor prophet. That’s one reason I’m excited to share Dannah Gresh’s...

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Nov 13, 20

Habakkuk

This Review Submitted by Michele Morin

Not many of us look to Habakkuk, the obscure minor prophet, for much of anything, never mind insights on the problem of evil, but I am reading and studying there with the help of Habakkuk:...

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Jan 10, 21

Habakkuk

This Review Submitted by macimfeather

Dannah Gresh's study on Habakkuk is a great way to dig in deeper into your Bible. Gresh does an excellent job on expanding and explaining verse by verse what it means and how we can apply it...

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Jan 2, 21

Motherhood Without All the Rules

This Review Submitted by Dhymer

All my life I have been confused by pride and self-doubt. This is a hard lesson to understand and fully comprehend, and an even harder lesson to learn and move forward positively. Maggie Combs...

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Dec 19, 20