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Jack vs. the Tornado

This Review Submitted by klandis

Jack’s family leaves the farm he loves and moves to the suburbs, but Jack refuses to accept his new circumstances and is determined to do what he can to help his family move “home.” The kids in...

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Apr 27, 21

The Characters of Easter

This Review Submitted by carey

Most people are familiar with the story of Easter, whether or not they believe it. It is in movies, plays, songs, TV shows, and kid storybooks. Though we know the crucial details of Easter, we may...

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Apr 27, 21

Discovering God through the Arts

This Review Submitted by readingwithbeth

Discovering God Through the Arts: How We Can Grow Closer to God by Appreciating Beauty and Creativity is a delightful book by Terry W. Glaspey. It focuses on how to incorporate the arts into...

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Apr 23, 21

When Faith is Forbidden

This Review Submitted by gardenof_eve

Todd Nettleton has worked for VOM for 30 years. During his time with VOM he has traveled around the globe where he has met hundreds of persecuted Christians. In "When Faith is Forbidden...

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Apr 22, 21

Candor

This Review Submitted by gardenof_eve

This book couldn't have come at a better time for me. For the past year or 2, I've been trying to better myself in speaking frankly without fear but with love. Because of my tendency to...

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Apr 22, 21

Born After Midnight

This Review Submitted by Fayereads

A compilation of writings by A.W. Tozer, combined into 34 chapters exhorting readers to move past settling for mediocre Christianity that is no Christianity, but to continue striving, growing, and...

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Apr 21, 21

Jack vs. the Tornado

This Review Submitted by Julie Hall

A cute story about a ten year old who moves from the farm he knows and loves into the city. It touches on the topics of moving, making new friends and even the bigger theme of worry and anxiety....

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Apr 21, 21

75 Masterpieces Every Christian Should Know

This Review Submitted by James E Hartley

Some books merit a second life. 75 Masterpieces Every Christian Should Know by Terry Glaspey is one of those books. The original edition was published by Baker Books in 2015. Moody Press recently...

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Apr 19, 21

Church

This Review Submitted by booknerd

Tozer’s writings and sermons are being compiled into editions on specific subjects that his sermons addressed. This edition on the Church regards everything from the authority of Christ as Head of...

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Apr 19, 21

When Faith is Forbidden

This Review Submitted by die2myselfTwoPointOh

***DISCLAIMER: I RECEIVED THIS BOOK FOR FREE FROM MOODY PUBLISHERS TO REVIEW***

***2ND DISCLAIMER – DUE TO GRAPHIC QUOTATIONS I SHOW IN THIS REVIEW, READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED***

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Apr 17, 21

Attributes of God Volume 2, The

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

I had the opportunity to read the first volume and absolutely loved it. So there was no question that I had to read the second volume as well. The second was just as great as the first and didn...

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Apr 17, 21

Attributes of God Volume 1, The

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

Anyone who knows me knows that I love books and I especially love A.W. Tozer books. God provided him a wealth of biblical knowledge as well as the skill to preach and explain that knowledge to...

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Apr 17, 21

You Get Me

This Review Submitted by create4christ

YOU GET ME was sent to me by Moody Publishers, free of charge, in exchange for my honest review.
Northfield Publishing published this little Christian self-help book, co-written by Gary...

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Apr 16, 21

Yes! You Really CAN Change

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"Yes! You Really Can Change" by Chip Ingram is a good read on how we can change for the better. Unlike many self-help books today that tell us to "suck it up" or "try...

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Apr 16, 21

Candor

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"Candor" by Charles Causey is a great read for anyone wanting to speak appropriate truth in the appropriate way and time. In our day of both hypersensitivity to differing viewpoints and...

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Apr 16, 21

Creative God, Colorful Us

This Review Submitted by diveindigdeep

How can we teach our children to embrace our God-given differences? How will they learn to love the nations and reach others for the Gospel? In Creative God Colorful Us, Trillia Newbell shares how...

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Apr 16, 21

When Faith is Forbidden

This Review Submitted by PVdWindt

As I got further into Todd Nettleton's When Faith is Forbidden: 40 Days on the Frontlines with Persecuted Christians I became increasingly relieved that I was reading to review and did not...

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Apr 16, 21

Yours, Till Heaven

This Review Submitted by wenc3

Yours, till Heaven is a fitting follow-up to Ray Rhodes’s Susie: The Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon. When I saw that Rhodes had a new book on the Spurgeons, I knew I had to read it. I am...

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Apr 15, 21

Turning of Days

This Review Submitted by aimes610

Turning of Days: Lessons from Nature, Season, and Spirit by Hannah Anderson is lovely. It is beautiful, it is deep, and it is rich with theological truth. This collection of essays reminds you to...

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Apr 14, 21

Walk With Me

This Review Submitted by jillpjones

Bill Mowry's "Walk With Me" offers advice on how to disciple others and connect them to Jesus. He also shows readers how to mentor others to disciple soon-to-be followers of Christ...

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Apr 13, 21