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This Review Submitted by Pastor_Theron

As a boy growing up, I remember playing the game “Two Truths and a Lie”. If you have played the game before, you know the point of the game was to make three statements, two being true things...

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May 2, 19

This Review Submitted by seasonedjoy

Trevin Wax’s Counterfeit Gospels is a powerful explanation of the true gospel and provides help in recognizing and responding to six common counterfeits to it.

The book begins by explaining...

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Aug 20, 12

This Review Submitted by hollyallienoah

I especially appreciated the chapter on single parenting. As a single parent I find it hard sometimes after working a full time job, helping with homework, doing the house chores, and squeezing...

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Nov 20, 13

This Review Submitted by jbumpers

I need to admit something up front: I’m a nerd. I love video games (like Zelda), I watch some science fiction (like Star Wars), and I love reading theology books (just for fun). Because I am a...

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Jul 15, 14

This Review Submitted by missjc

The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

"The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace" is another book of the famous "5 Love Languages" series by Gary...

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Jun 29, 15

This Review Submitted by MommyBugg

I was intrigued by this one; Fierce Women: The Power of a Soft Warrior. I admit, I tend to be a bit hard on myself. I am an extreme introvert and at the same time a very sure and outspoken, kind...

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May 13, 14

This Review Submitted by gcwfarmgirl

Unlike my first experience with this book series (101 Conversation Starts for Families), which I felt was a disappointment, I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
The questions are all unique and...

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Feb 3, 15

This Review Submitted by BelindasBabblings

Disclosure: I was provided a copy of the book to read and share my opinion. I am under no obligation to give a positive review. All opinions stated in this post are my own.

I was recently...

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Aug 7, 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 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 thismomsdelight

On the 15-minute drive to the creek, I turned the radio off and pulled out 101 Conversation Starters for Families and opened to a random page. I asked my family — my husband, two teens and baby...

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Jun 30, 13

This Review Submitted by booklovingmom

This cute, little, full-color book covers seven different topics related to beauty and modesty. The book is short, easy to read, and relevant to tween girls.

Dannah Gresh's seven...

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Sep 18, 17

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 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 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 Rose Fischer

Overview/Summary

101 More Conversation Starters for Couples is the second in a series of pocket-size books of conversation starters. Some questions are silly, some are lighthearted, and...

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Sep 3, 14

This Review Submitted by maryannb

This outstanding book addresses how each child expresses and receives love through one of five main "languages" - quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, or physical...

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Feb 7, 13

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Paul Angone
Published by: Moody Publishing

I am in my twenties. I have been for a while, actually. So, this book was appropriate to me, and I thought I would give it a...

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Jan 27, 14

This Review Submitted by sharonwilliams73

My 8 year old daughter is discovering the world of chapter books. So when I saw this series by Stephanie Perry Moore geared for girls age 7-9, I jumped at the chance to check it out with my...

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Dec 2, 12

This Review Submitted by snwwht0611

I just finished ready “The 5 Love Languages of Children” by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell.

I’m already familiar with the 5 Love Languages for adults so I was excited to get to review this...

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Mar 18, 15