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The Other Half of Church

This Review Submitted by inkblotlife_peggy

I am fascinated by all things related to the brain and learning. I also love theology. So when I had a chance to review The Other Half of Church: Christian Community, Brain Science, and Overcoming...

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Mar 20, 21

What Comes Next?

This Review Submitted by davidmoscrip

BOOK REVIEW: What Comes Next? Shaping the Future in an Ever-Changing World by Moody Publishers

Over the last year of adjustments required due to COVID-19 precautions, forward-looking...

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Mar 20, 21

Kitchen Table Devotions

This Review Submitted by krisbush

This is a light devotional made just for families, especially those with younger ones who can correlate the alphabet with these devotions or those learning about the bible for the first time....

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Mar 19, 21

Power in the Pulpit

This Review Submitted by mattparks35

In this Revised Edition, Vines and Shaddix re-brand for a new generation of preachers timeless preaching counsel from seasoned preachers. This resource is split up into three parts. Part 1 focuses...

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Mar 19, 21

Attributes of God Volume 1, The

This Review Submitted by THersh

This book was great! I have a hard time with Tozer because he's so deep. Ultimately I finished this book as the audio version, and it was much easier to take in because it was like listening...

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Mar 19, 21

Yours, Till Heaven

This Review Submitted by PVdWindt

While the various biographies about Charles and Susannah Spurgeon naturally include their relationship as they work their way through their individual lives, I had never seen a book which focused...

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Mar 18, 21

What Great Ministry Leaders Get Right

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"What Great Ministry Leaders Get Right" is a great read for servants in the church, regardless of position. Although targeted towards pastors, the principles described apply to anyone...

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Mar 18, 21

Virtual Reality Church

This Review Submitted by jcland138

Technology can be a wonderful thing. Many have benefited from it. Granted we love it when it works and want to curse it when it does not. Technology in many ways have been a great asset to the...

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Mar 17, 21

You Get Me

This Review Submitted by Julie Hall

This book goes through the 5 love languages and gives simple ideas for each one. It is quick and easy to read. It is a good reference or starting point for the practical ways to use the 5 love...

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Mar 16, 21

Ruth: Becoming a Girl of Loyalty

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

I have read other bible studies from Dannah Gresh that are targeted towards tween and teen girls and I have enjoyed all of them. This book is a new one in her True Girl Bible Studies series....

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Mar 15, 21

Creative God, Colorful Us

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

When I first decided I was interested in reading this book, I did not realize that it was written for children. But even despite that fact, I believe many adults could also gain so much insight...

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Mar 15, 21

Creative God, Colorful Us

This Review Submitted by MonicaH

All we have to do is look around and we can see that God made us all differently. We have different hair colors, different body shapes and different abilities. We are also different colors. In...

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Mar 15, 21

Virtual Reality Church

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"Virtual Reality Church" is an excellent read on the impact technology has and can have on the church and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with the world. Around 250 pages, the book...

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Mar 14, 21

Walk With Me

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"Walk With Me" is a good and refreshing read on disciplemaking. Indeed, in a day where numbers seem to be all that matters (even in church!), the title focuses more on placing more...

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Mar 14, 21

Turning of Days

This Review Submitted by Joanne Viola

This weekend we will be turning the clocks ahead as we enter Daylight Savings Time. It means it will get darker later giving us more daylight longer. It also seems to be the sign spring is coming...

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Mar 11, 21

Pearl in the Sand

This Review Submitted by amandainpa

I have only dabbled in Biblical fiction but each time I’ve read it, I’ve enjoyed the genre. When I saw that Moody Publishers had released a 10th anniversary edition of Pearl in the Sand, I was...

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Mar 10, 21

Ruth: Becoming a Girl of Loyalty

This Review Submitted by Princess Worth Dying For

Loyalty is sometimes hard to understand and is often hard to practice. When we get into difficult situations, we tend to want to look out for ourselves or do what’s best for us instead of sticking...

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Mar 10, 21

Habakkuk

This Review Submitted by create4christ

This Habakkuk Bible Study was sent to me by Moody Publishers, free of charge, in exchange for my honest review.
Dannah Gresh wrote this Women’s Bible study. She has written many other books...

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Mar 9, 21

How to Eat Your Bible

This Review Submitted by carey

Nate Pickowicz is the pastor of Harvest Bible Church in Gilmanton, Iron Works, New Hampshire. Before becoming a pastor and student of the Word, he also struggled to read his Bible. But in God’s...

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Mar 9, 21

Kitchen Table Devotions

This Review Submitted by readingwithbeth

Kitchen Table Devotions: Worshiping God from A-Z as a Family, by Sergey Sologub, is a captivating and worthwhile devotional book for families. This book serves as a guide that provides creative...

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Mar 7, 21