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This Review Submitted by Moonpie

The Bible is the only book we need for any area of our life and this definitely includes raising children! When I was raising my girls I had a book similar to this but it only had the topics and...

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Jan 8, 13

This Review Submitted by thismomsdelight

Waiting can be boring.

Waiting can cause anxiety.

Waiting is inevitable. It’s a part of everyday living.

What are we doing with the waiting periods in our life? I’ve found...

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Sep 22, 13

This Review Submitted by colepc

The word theology sounds intimidating, but it really just means the study of God. Though we will never fully understand God, at least not on Earth, we aren't excused from learning what we can...

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Jun 16, 14

This Review Submitted by The Forgiven Former Feminist

This morning I am reviewing a copy of of 101 Conversation Starters for couples by Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson. When I first recieved this book I was confused. How in the world do I review a...

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Feb 11, 14

This Review Submitted by angelnavywife

While I found the online assessment from this book to find my children's love languages very helpful, I did not enjoy the book.

I did think the tips at the end of each chapter on how...

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Jul 29, 12

This Review Submitted by beccadutkiewicz

My husband and I have been together for almost 4 years now so I thought I knew pretty much everything about him. Well, this book taught me otherwise. This was a fun little game/chat that my...

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Jul 2, 15

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"The In-Between" by Jeff Goins is a good title for anyone needing encouragement to live the most in the present moment and to keep from distracted from thinking too much about the future...

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Aug 30, 13

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"The 5 Languages Of Appreciation In The Marketplace" by Gary Chapman and Paul White is a good title for anyone wanting to learn more on how to get along better with co-workers. Indeed,...

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Oct 11, 13

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 ccrawford5

Daily encountering a surge of ideas, information and opinions can leave us exhausted and overwhelmed in our digital age.  All That’s Good is an honest and hopeful invitation for each one of us to...

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Feb 18, 19

This Review Submitted by Johanna

Technology without power is useless- a computer left unplugged will never realize it’s full potential. Even if it has the best programming in the world, it won’t make a difference until you plug...

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Aug 9, 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 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 Emily Acker

Written by: Mylow Young
Published by: Lift Every Voice Books

I enjoy reading contemporary fiction, especially when it includes a bit of suspense, so I was happy to read Against the...

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Nov 26, 13

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 Lucky4Jill

Bubeck does a great job in balancing the need for Christians to be aware and conscious of demon activity, without sensationalizing or alarming readers. Throughout the book, he reassures readers...

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Jun 17, 14

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

Although I do not have a tween daughter, I do have a toddler daughter that will reach the tween years sooner than I'd like. I also thoroughly enjoyed Dannah Gresh's other books: Lies...

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May 2, 19

This Review Submitted by dianeestrella

This book was a lot of fun for an old married couple like my husband and I to read through. Sometimes in the busyness of life, there’s no time to just have conversations about and with each other...

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May 4, 12

This Review Submitted by sothecooksaid

I must admit that I snatch up all Biblical resources I can find to help my children as they mature and grow into the adults that God wants them to be. Secret Keeper Girl: the Power of Modesty for...

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Feb 2, 18

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

Marriage experts Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson developed 101 questions that couples can use on a date night, at dinner, or whenever they have a quiet moment together. These questions can trigger...

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Aug 31, 13