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Paul vs. James

This Review Submitted by JournalOfABibliophile

*I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*

Paul vs. James was written by Chris Bruno. Bruno is a assistant professor of New Testament and Greek at...

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Oct 31, 19

Paul vs. James

This Review Submitted by Ben Marshall

“Faith followed by works is the calling of all true followers of Jesus.”

This is the truth of the faith vs works conversation, or the Paul vs James tension. It definitely appears at first...

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Jan 3, 20

Paul vs. James

This Review Submitted by booknerd

Admittedly, Christians have been confused for some time between faith and works. Is salvation both/and or either/or? After all, what came first...the chicken or the egg?

Such a subject can...

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Sep 27, 19

Paul vs. James

This Review Submitted by Bookwomanjoan

Some might think Paul and James make contradictory statements about faith and works. Bruno builds a case to show they were not opposed to each other. To do so he looks at their lives, giving...

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Oct 27, 19

The Pursuit of Excellence

This Review Submitted by baldreformer

Our days are characterized by a general lack of discipline and lethargy. Even many Christians have afflicted by mediocrity and aimlessness. Dr. George Sweeting’s recent book, The Pursuit of...

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Sep 25, 19

The Pursuit of Excellence

This Review Submitted by MegBucher79

“Do you love Jesus Christ enough to deny your natural tendencies and achieve excellence? The choices of your life record your love for Him.” George Sweeting, “The Pursuit of Excellence.”

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Nov 6, 19

The Pursuit of Excellence

This Review Submitted by contemplativereflections

In "The Pursuit of Excellence," George Sweeting identifies nine different traits that are necessary to live a life of Christian excellence. Sweeting argues that God calls all His people...

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Jan 29, 20

Sharing Love Abundantly in Special Needs Families

This Review Submitted by NSG056

Sharing Love Abundantly in Special Needs Families is a treasure in many ways. Authors Dr. Gary Chapman and Jolene Philo take a closer look at the five love languages in the realm of caring for...

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Aug 12, 20

Until Every Child is Home

This Review Submitted by mattparks35

Very few people today who are in tune to the issues of fostering and adoption would dispute Dr. Chipman urgent plea this book. There are few issues more pressing today that of the caring for...

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Nov 23, 19

Until Every Child is Home

This Review Submitted by macimfeather

*received a copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review*

This book is an excellent resource to use as a guide within the Church and as Christians. Chipman brings not...

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Oct 29, 19

Empty Nest, Full Life

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

“Empty Nest, Full Life”. Now that we are 3/4 empty nesters, I had to get this title for my wife. Around 230 pages, the title is a good balance of personal experiences, practical suggestions, and...

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Oct 6, 19

Empty Nest, Full Life

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

Being in the empty nest stage of life myself, I was very interested to read this book by Jill Savage. What I appreciated about the book in the beginning was an honest description of the roller...

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Sep 27, 19

Empty Nest, Full Life

This Review Submitted by MonicaH

When my son was little, I remember hearing this phrase, "The days are long but the years are short." As I reflect on my son turning 18 a couple of months ago, I believe it is true. The...

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Jan 10, 20

Reappearing Church

This Review Submitted by jcland138

Many see the church on the decline because of the Post-Christian society we live in. Some Christians have lost hope while others believe this is a good thing. While it can be discouraging to see...

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Nov 6, 19

Reappearing Church

This Review Submitted by awriterandtheword

A Book to Spark a Fire

This book is a rare combination. @marksayers is one of those rare voices who can accurately interpret the cultural landscape, but also provide a positive and...

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Mar 22, 20

Reappearing Church

This Review Submitted by jordanwootten

Author
[The following bio was retrieved from Mark Sayers’ Amazon author page, which can be found here.]

Mark Sayers is a cultural commentator, writer, speaker, and pastor who is...

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Nov 17, 19

52 Uncommon Family Adventures

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

With today’s families being overwhelmed with the busyness of life - activities, school, work, commitments, volunteering, etc. - it’s no wonder it becomes difficult to build and foster intimate...

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Oct 1, 19

52 Uncommon Family Adventures

This Review Submitted by MonicaH

Are you looking for a family adventure? Like our family, you probably would like one but you live on a budget so you don't think it is possible. In Randy Southern's new book, 52 Uncommon...

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Oct 8, 19

52 Uncommon Family Adventures

This Review Submitted by limbylim

Disclosure: Moody Publishers provided a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

52 Uncommon Family Adventures, by Randy Southern, is a good resource for families...

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Nov 25, 19

A Field Guide to Becoming Whole

This Review Submitted by booknerd

Helping is a form of healing. However, there is such a practice of helping that hurts. Many years ago, these same authors began to explore the foundation behind alleviating poverty. They...

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Dec 10, 19