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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 PhDMamma

I love books. Plain and simple. I am blessed to turn my love of books into a creative outlet, through reviewing books. Moody Publishers graciously sent me this book free of charge and I am...

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Aug 7, 17

This Review Submitted by stefaniekamerman

Mike Guzzardo, truly has a heart for younger adults, and I think that is shown in All In. All In is a great book for younger adults and older teens are who are looking to commit their lives to...

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Jul 14, 14

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 CreateWithJoy

If you are holding the Bible in your hands and trying to figure out which of its 66 books you should read, why not pick Ephesians – a book that one theologian calls “the most influential document...

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Jul 25, 17

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 bookbliss

** I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review.**

General: Overall i felt this book did a great job of highlighting an issue that while rampant in the news,...

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Aug 17, 13

This Review Submitted by Lovemywife

How do you take a seminary course on soteriology (the study of salvation) and explain lofty concepts like original sin, justification, and repentance and faith to the average Joe? Ray Pritchard...

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May 27, 13

This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

This fun little book is full of different questions that will start discussions. The book is geared towards couples, but I thought that it would work for families and friends too. This book will...

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Nov 7, 13

This Review Submitted by danyelle0423

Sarah, cousin of the prophet Nehemiah, has always had a gift for languages and scrolls. When she's offered a position as the queen's scribe, she accepts but she never imagines how it...

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Mar 25, 13

This Review Submitted by jslegspoet

Included In Christ: Living A New Story From Ephesians is an 8-week Bible study of Ephesians by Heather Holleman. During the course of this study, Heather guides us through the book of Ephesians,...

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Aug 16, 17

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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Mar 13, 14

This Review Submitted by Sennasation

When I was in college, I received a copy of a a page out of a high school home ec book which told the reader that a wife is basically a slave to her husband. This fifties interpretation of...

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Jun 7, 13

This Review Submitted by womenknow79

I was lucky enough to receive "101 More Conversation Starters for Couples" by Gary Chapman & Ramon Presson. I love this book. It is loaded with conversation starters for couple. It...

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Sep 7, 13

This Review Submitted by womenknow79

I was lucky enough to receive “101 Conversation Starters for Couples” by Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson for review. Gary Chapman is also the author of “The Five Love Languages.” This book holds...

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Aug 13, 13

This Review Submitted by Anonymous

I received a copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review. My husband and I have really enjoyed the questions in this book. The questions cover all kinds of topics, from...

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May 25, 12

This Review Submitted by hollyallienoah

I especially appreciated the chapter on single parenting. As a single parent I find it hard sometimes after working a full time job, helping with homework, doing the house chores, and squeezing...

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Nov 20, 13

This Review Submitted by mrsalisonbradley

Heather Holleman’s books on the verbs, “seated” and “guarded” have transformed my heart. I often think of the things she taught me about how those words show me the reality of my relationship with...

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Sep 5, 17

This Review Submitted by C. D. Boyd

In The Moody Handbook of Theology, author Paul Enns attempts to provide a comprehensive introduction to theological studies that is useful to pastors and seminarians while still being accessible...

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Jun 30, 14

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