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This Review Submitted by seasonswithsoul

"You know you love your child. But how can you show it so they really feel loved?" asks the book cover.

We're a busy household with three kids -- ages 3, 8, and 10 -- as well...

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Oct 10, 13

This Review Submitted by MommyBugg

It is so very imperative nowadays that we seek to instill His truths into their hearts and minds more than ever before. We need to keep them close, we need to love them more. And we need to make...

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Dec 21, 13

This Review Submitted by navywifeypeters

Over the years, I've heard a lot about the five love languages, and a couple years ago, I took the love language quiz and discovered that my love language is receiving gifts. My husband'...

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May 13, 15

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 dbeuks

This book is meant to be a companion to the Secret Keeper Girl: The Power of Modesty for Tweens book that Gresh also wrote.

The devotional is best completed at the same time as reading the...

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May 2, 19

This Review Submitted by connywithay

“Traveling to the places of the Bible helps an individual view God’s Word through a new set of geographical lenses. Simple phrases like ‘going up to Jerusalem’ jump off the page because they now...

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Oct 3, 14

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 Lory

Included in Christ is a wonderful story type study that brings your life before Bible in the sense of community. It helps discover personal shadow narratives and rewrite those narratives according...

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Aug 18, 17

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 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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May 24, 14

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 colepc

Superheroes are the subjects of the most popular movies and shows. Watching our favorite heroes jump in to save the day gives us hope. In fact, most kids fantasize about being one superhero or...

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Mar 19, 18

This Review Submitted by ftm0619

I’ve heard of the five love languages before and even applied some of the principles in my relationships. Boy, what a difference it makes! Simple concept, but very effective if applied. I’ve...

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Aug 25, 14

This Review Submitted by Lory

Nowadays it’s very challenging times for teenagers to deal with all the body image issues. They need help in navigating the hard times and moms have quite an opportunity to give their advice so...

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Dec 18, 17

This Review Submitted by Cara Duncan

This is the book that I picked up and swore I wouldn’t like, because it looked so gimmicky. It’s also the book that saw me laughing all the way through, accompanied by occasional sighs and rueful...

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Sep 2, 13

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

Though I'm not the target demographic for this book-it's aimed towards preteen/teenage girls while I'm in my mid-twenties-when I started reading I couldn't put it down.
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Mar 20, 15

This Review Submitted by MegBucher79

This book came at the perfect time for my pre-teen fourth grader!

I’m not even sure she realized the comparisons that were already starting to pop up on her radar and amongst her peers....

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Feb 14, 18

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

Gary Chapman and Paul White take the concept of the five love languages and apply them to the workplace to show appreciation to our co-workers and employees. Chapman and White help readers to use...

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Nov 12, 13

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

Tending the Soul

This Review Submitted by maryannb

This is a great little devotional . Many well known authors and artists contributed. I enjoyed reading the insights that these busy creative women gathered from their time with the Lord. I liked...

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Apr 16, 13