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A Non-Anxious Presence

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"A Non-Anxious Influence" by Mark Sayers is a great read and challenge for anyone wondering how the church can be a positive factor in today's world. Around 190 pages, the book...

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May 17, 22

Glad You're Here

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

This is the heartwarming story of two unlikely friends and their spiritual journeys. Walker Hayes is a singer-songwriter and Craig Cooper is a storyteller and Bible teacher. This accounting of...

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May 16, 22

Literarily

This Review Submitted by Michele Morin

Because the Bible is a collection of sixty-three books, it is also a jumble of genres. It’s true that scripture tells one cohesive story, but the form or style of storytelling changes radically...

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May 15, 22

My Yes Is On the Table

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

I appreciate Jennifer Hand’s narration in My Yes is On the Table. Hearing her writer’s voice as I read this book is like having an encouraging friend chatting with you over a cup of tea. Her use...

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May 8, 22

It Takes More Than Love

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

There are so many challenges for adoptive parents, but especially when they cross racial boundaries. I admire those who dedicate so much time, love, and learning. I can’t even imagine the effort...

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May 8, 22

Spurgeon on Resting in the Promises of God

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

Spurgeon on Resting in the Promises of God is a relatively short book but holds so many precious and powerful truths. The key word that speaks to me while reading this book is found in the title--...

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May 8, 22

Fractured Faith

This Review Submitted by Books.In.Still.Life

In this autobiographical account, Lina Abujamra shares her own journey of deconstructing and reconstructing her faith, and the truths about God she learned along the way.
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Lina writes...

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May 6, 22

Before the Throne

This Review Submitted by Madai30

Before The Throne by Crickett Keeth is a book that inspires the reader to focus their attention to God through prayer. This is a book that's an 8-week Bible study on prayer. I enjoy the...

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May 6, 22

Spurgeon on Resting in the Promises of God

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

This is another book in the Spurgeon Speaks series compiled by Jason K. Allen. The ones I've had the privilege of reading previously have all been full of wisdom and biblical insights that...

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May 5, 22

My Yes Is On the Table

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

I had never heard of Jennifer Hand before this book but I was excited to read the concept she was addressing in My Year Is On The Table.

There are too many believers in our world today who...

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May 5, 22

The Godly Kings of Judah

This Review Submitted by jillpjones

My favorite books from Moody Publishers are its Bible studies. Cynthia Cavanaugh has added "The Godly Kings of Judah" to Moody's library and is an 8-week study about repentance,...

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May 3, 22

How God Loves Us

This Review Submitted by stephaniesninthsuitcase

Synopsis: Thompson demonstrates that the fruit of the Spirit is the outpouring of God, not something that can be manufactured in the flesh.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of the...

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Apr 30, 22

Knowing Sin

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

Not much is written or spoken about sin today. The author, Puritan scholar Mark Jones, takes a look at how the Puritans understood and spoke about the power of sin and its effects.

These...

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Apr 26, 22

Knowing Sin

This Review Submitted by Ben House

Knowing Sin: Seeing a Neglected Doctrine Through the Eyes of the Puritans by Mark Jones is published by Moody Publishers.

Both in the academic world and the Christian community, Puritan...

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Apr 25, 22

Approaching the Almighty

This Review Submitted by TheBookDistiller

Encouraging book of Tozer's prayers
I was gifted this book by Moody Publishers, and all opinions are my own. I found this book to be immensely encouraging. Prayers of a great man of God...

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Apr 24, 22

The Man You Were Made to Be

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

I’m not a man. Yet I still grew from this book. There are so many golden nuggets in The Man You Were Made to Be that this would be a lengthy review if I listed them all. But I will mention a few...

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Apr 23, 22

Like Our Father

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

Reflecting the light and love of God. That’s quite a lofty goal, but one we should always strive for. Especially with our children as we continue to parent them, whether they are young or old, by...

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Apr 23, 22

When Mountains Crumble

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

After the past few years of the pandemic, along with other illnesses etc., so many people are suffering from the loss of loved ones and are in need of a ray of light to ease their grief. When...

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Apr 23, 22

Knowing Sin

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

Knowing Sin by Mark Jones is a great read on an comfortable and yet often overlooked topic in today’s Christianity – sin. The author pulls no punches and accurately describes the nature of sin and...

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Apr 23, 22

Spurgeon on Resting in the Promises of God

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

Spurgeon On Resting In The Promises Of God is the 4th (and final?) entry in the Spurgeon Speaks series by Moody Publishers. Like the other entries in this series, the book is a compilation of...

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Apr 23, 22