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This Review Submitted by Jeremiahfrenz

I have to be honest, I came at this book from a conservative Christian viewpoint. At first I was excited to read this book because I thought it was going to be solid advice from an older man in...

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Apr 22, 14

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 Rose Fischer

Review — 101 Conversation Starters for Families, by Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson

Overview/Summary

101 Conversation Starters for Families is a small flipbook of questions designed...

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Apr 28, 14

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 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 anoblecalling

And the Bride Wore White, written by Dannah Gresh, is a great resource for any teenage or young adult single woman who wants to live a life of purity. This book contains honest stories from the...

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Jan 5, 14

This Review Submitted by apelser

I’ve been wanting to read The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell for a while. Josh and I found the original book, The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman, very helpful...

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Apr 5, 12

This Review Submitted by dmdifalco

Dannah Gresh's '"And The Bride Wore White`Seven Secrets to Sexual Purity"' is the perfect book to share with teen daughter's. Sometimes our children listen better...

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Jan 26, 14

This Review Submitted by lorealle

When I was growing up, I didn't have a purity ring. I didn't have limits set or a plan of action. I had the church simply saying "don't do it or God will be mad". I wish I...

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Apr 24, 14

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

Unlike my first experience with this book series (101 Conversation Starts for Families), which I felt was a disappointment, I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
The questions are all unique and...

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Feb 3, 15

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

If you don't own any other conversation starter books, and your children are young-like under 10 (maybe even 7 or 8), this is a great start.
However, if your children are older or you...

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Aug 12, 14

This Review Submitted by MommyBugg

Spiritual warfare is real, and we are all involved whether we like it or not. The Bible plainly tells us that Satan schemes against humanity and that he wants to devour us. We must be aware of the...

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Dec 30, 13

This Review Submitted by anoblecalling

Where to begin! This was such a great book and there are so many things to share about it. Again, I heard about this book through Revive our Hearts, and then several other bloggers were reading...

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Oct 30, 13

This Review Submitted by aimlessmoments

Starting conversations within your home and with your family is fairly easy. The problem is when you want it to continue. You can easily run out of questions though. It's easy to ask "...

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Jan 2, 15

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 supernatural65

Against the Gates of Hell is about two twin brothers, twins Kerby and Herby Wilson. Herby's a police officer and his twin, Kerby is a drug addict. Kerby's headed down a desperate path...

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Jan 7, 13

This Review Submitted by snwwht0611

I just finished ready “The 5 Love Languages of Children” by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell.

I’m already familiar with the 5 Love Languages for adults so I was excited to get to review this...

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Mar 18, 15

This Review Submitted by worshipwarriormt

Just like what I wrote on my review 101 Conversation Starters for Couples. This little book is fun way to bring different or new topics up in conversation. Here we have another 101 more questions...

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May 28, 15

This Review Submitted by maryannb

This outstanding book addresses how each child expresses and receives love through one of five main "languages" - quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, or physical...

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Feb 18, 13

This Review Submitted by domesticgeekgirl

My husband and I read this book together during car rides. We have read a number of marriage strengthening books together this way, but this one was especially riveting. Normally, when the car...

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Nov 8, 14