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This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"What Now?" is a good read for anyone needing clarity on preparing for the next season of life. Whether transitioning into a new career, starting a family, preparing for later years,...

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Aug 7, 20

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

So many times, we feel stuck in a particular season in life whether due to a change in our circumstances, a midlife crisis or unexpected global events which impact us. Mark Jobe shares ways in...

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Aug 19, 20

This Review Submitted by Brownie

This book was a lovely writing and compelling to read with also had a study tool for helping to improve your understanding of true beauty to renew our love relationship with Jesus through five...

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Oct 14, 17

This Review Submitted by Lovemywife

How do you take a seminary course on soteriology (the study of salvation) and explain lofty concepts like original sin, justification, and repentance and faith to the average Joe? Ray Pritchard...

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May 27, 13

This Review Submitted by aimlessmoments

Starting conversations within your home and with your family is fairly easy. The problem is when you want it to continue. You can easily run out of questions though. It's easy to ask "...

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Jan 2, 15

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 treymedley

Today I’m reviewing Tony Evans’ Book Activating the Power of the Cross. I’ll follow the same format as last time. I will note, here at the beginning, that I received a free review copy from Moody...

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Apr 10, 13

This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

The Five Love Languages have been taken to a whole new level with this book, to help parents apply them to their children and make sure that they have a full love tank. I loved reading through...

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Dec 15, 13

This Review Submitted by kdenker

The boys couldn't wait to start using it, and it has been fun.

Too often our dinners are rushed, or full of boy humor (ugh), and this has made for a nice change. There are some really...

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Apr 7, 14

This Review Submitted by Shawna

101 Conversation Starters for Couples written by Gary D. Chapman and Ramon L. Presson. It's a simple book with complex questions for couples.. Boy and I had a great time running through the...

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Jun 10, 12

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 thisrookiewife

Moody Publishers sent me a new book by Kimberly Wagner called Fierce Women. I was so excited when I opened my mailbox to see this book, because I love all the Moody Books I've read before....

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Apr 27, 13

This Review Submitted by lovemykidz316

My family had lots of fun with this book. It's a small, economically priced book that could be used in several different settings. It is a great resource to get your family communication...

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Feb 19, 15

This Review Submitted by MOmademomma

Kids are a mystery. You never know what is going through their heads and what they are going to do next. The one thing that still evades most parents is how are children showing you they love...

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Dec 11, 12

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

“One Blood” by John Perkins is a great title on challenging the church to play a more active and effective role on race relations. Indeed, this has really been a thorn in the side of the church...

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Mar 14, 18

This Review Submitted by MissTadoodles725

I was glad to see that Heather had written a Bible study! I really enjoyed her previous books "Seated with Christ" and "Guarded by Christ." I learned and was encouraged by them...

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Aug 28, 17

This Review Submitted by domesticgeekgirl

My husband and I read this book together during car rides. We have read a number of marriage strengthening books together this way, but this one was especially riveting. Normally, when the car...

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Nov 8, 14

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 Emily Acker

Written by: Stephanie Perry Moore
Published by: LEVB

I am interested in reading any kind of fiction, including children’s fiction. That is why I was excited to read A+ Attitude and...

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May 3, 14