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Your Old Testament Sermon Needs to Get Saved

This Review Submitted by camhyde

Let me start by saying that I’m not the target audience for this book. I really liked the title and so that kind of hooked me, but ultimately I found myself already familiar with the material....

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Jul 23, 21

Overflow

This Review Submitted by gardenof_eve

If you've ever tried to explain the Trinity to someone you'll understand the difficulty of such an endeavor. The Trinity is one of those topics I would always refer to as a mystery of...

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Jul 22, 21

The Hunt for Fang

This Review Submitted by dianeestrella

I would say book two in this series was even better than the first!

More adventure. More danger, for sure. A few loose ends with a certain bully... Bring on book three!!!

The more I...

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Jul 21, 21

Discovering God through the Arts

This Review Submitted by SGerSunflower

When I was pursuing my Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, I was required to take several art history courses. But since I got my degree from a secular school, I didn’t get the Christian interpretation...

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Jul 21, 21

The Visual Word

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

Here is a short list of One-word descriptions that fits this book: Unique, Beautiful, Visual, Creative, Beneficial, Constructive.

The Visual Word gives unique visual outlines, descriptions...

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Jul 20, 21

Ruth: Becoming a Girl of Loyalty

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

As I young girl, I loved learning about Ruth’s story in the Bible. I wanted to be as kind, courageous, and loyal as she was. In Ruth: Becoming a Girl of Loyalty, young readers are inspired to do...

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Jul 20, 21

Kitchen Table Devotions

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

Devotions are a great way to devote quality time in Scripture and also to teach our children about God’s Word and ways.

I was fascinated with Kitchen Table Devotions and the author’s family...

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Jul 20, 21

The Hunt for Fang

This Review Submitted by THersh

As much as I loved Book 1, Book 2 was just as good, if not even better. I loved how Jack prays for a dog at church, and then a dog runs out of a field directly to him. It shows the power of prayer...

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Jul 20, 21

Jack vs. the Tornado

This Review Submitted by THersh

I loved how relatable these stories are. Jack did NOT want to move, and he even devises a plan to be able to move back to the farm and out of the suburbs. He quickly finds that he likes the kids...

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Jul 20, 21

The Visual Word

This Review Submitted by wenc3

In the introduction to The Visual Word, the author asks “What is this book?” I’m not sure myself. It’s a blend of stylistic icons representing the major divisions of the New Testament books...

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Jul 19, 21

Questioning Christianity

This Review Submitted by carey

Many people throughout history have questioned the Christian story; wondered if the so-called greatest story ever told is not all it’s cracked up to be. When I was in college, I had my own mini-...

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Jul 19, 21

Attributes of God Volume 2, The

This Review Submitted by dangreegor

This volume is an amazing collection of some of God’s attributes as discussed by A.W. Tozer. There are ten different attributes taught on ranging from God’s eternalness, His omnipotence, to His...

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Jul 18, 21

A Field Guide for Genuine Community

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"A Field Guide For Genuine Community" is a great read on an important topic that is often mentioned in church but not really applied consistently - having true friendship and...

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Jul 17, 21

Spurgeon on the Priority of Prayer

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"Spurgeon On The Priority Of Prayer" is another great compilation of Charles Spurgeon's sermons and thoughts on an important subject matter. This compilation is around 150 pages and...

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Jul 17, 21

Spurgeon on the Power of Scripture

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"Spurgeon On The Power Of Scripture" is a great read and compilation of Charles Spurgeon's sermons and thoughts on the power of the Holy Bible. Just under 150 pages, some of the...

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Jul 17, 21

How to Eat Your Bible

This Review Submitted by tomsugi

Nate Pickowicz has written a basic primer for studying the Bible and cultivating a hunger for God’s Word. This little book is a quick read, but contains many helpful tidbits for digesting...

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Jul 16, 21

The Visual Word

This Review Submitted by jcland138

When people come to the Bible, they first want to know what it is all about. Mature Christians who have read their Bibles can tell you it is about God's redemption of His people through the...

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Jul 16, 21

5 Love Languages, The

This Review Submitted by readingwithbeth

The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts is a helpful relationship resource by Gary Chapman. As a New York Times bestseller, this classic book has been updated to reflect more modern...

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Jul 15, 21

Summoned

This Review Submitted by JournalOfABibliophile

Summoned: Answering A Call to the Impossible by Megan B. Brown is an 8-week bible study over the book of Esther. Megan B. Brown is a military spouse, Bible teacher, and missionary with Cru...

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Jul 14, 21

Writing for Life and Ministry

This Review Submitted by justindill1

Going into Bible college, I truly had no idea how much writing went into being in ministry. Even by the time I graduated, I don’t think I truly appreciated how much of ministry is writing. Now,...

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Jul 13, 21