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This Review Submitted by Maureen Timerman

This book took me a full two days to read, and at times is a little wordy, but the message is Supreme!
The story is about Kerby and Herby, identical twins, and their loving supportive family...

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May 29, 12

This Review Submitted by colepc

The word theology sounds intimidating, but it really just means the study of God. Though we will never fully understand God, at least not on Earth, we aren't excused from learning what we can...

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Jun 16, 14

This Review Submitted by Lucky4Jill

Bubeck does a great job in balancing the need for Christians to be aware and conscious of demon activity, without sensationalizing or alarming readers. Throughout the book, he reassures readers...

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Jun 17, 14

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 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 schelastic

Fierce Women
By Kimberly Wagner
The Power of a Soft Warrior is the subtitle of this book and it is right on. She gently challenges women to do what they can to create a peaceful...

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Aug 14, 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 Mikeylynn

What a book! There is a ton of stuff packed into this book. This is one of those books you read multiple times to glean all of the little things from the pages. Kimberly Wagner goes straight to...

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Oct 20, 13

This Review Submitted by Treenz

This book is an 8 week Bible study of Ephesians presented by Heather, an English professor.

She has given each week a topic title as below which is based around verses within Ephesians:...

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Jun 26, 17

This Review Submitted by thisrookiewife

This week I read one of my new favourite books and resources. Moody Publishers sent me a copy of And The Bride Wore White by Dannah Gresh to review, and I am seriously in love with this book....

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Feb 3, 13

This Review Submitted by Anonymous

The subtitle of this book reads, "Empowering organizations by encouraging people," and that's really what this book is about--demonstrating affection in the workplace that is at...

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May 8, 12

This Review Submitted by amandainpa

Where was this book when I was 12? This is such a great devotional for tweens and young teen girls. First of all, the book is very inviting in its appearance…the artwork is adorable and there are...

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Dec 23, 17

This Review Submitted by missmast82

I got this devotional to go along with the Book that Dannah wrote called The Power of Modesty for Tweens.

I didn't read through the whole devotional, but was pretty impressed with how...

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Nov 28, 17

This Review Submitted by aaronsellars

In a day when people are very keen on telling others what the gospel is, and what we should be doing with in our communicating, it is just as important to distinguish what the gospel is not....

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Aug 27, 12

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell
Published by: Northfield Publishing

Through my sister, I had always heard a lot about The 5 Love Languages book, but had never read it. Then...

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Nov 1, 13

This Review Submitted by colepc

What can be done to fill that hole we all get in our heart? That sense of something missing in our lives? People try many things, but only God can truly fill it. Ray Pritchard invites everyone to...

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Oct 4, 13

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

Sometimes it's the little things in life that make big impacts. This book is little, simple, and fun. There aren't any bells and whistles or deep philosophical studies…but the questions...

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May 24, 14

This Review Submitted by Johanna

Technology without power is useless- a computer left unplugged will never realize it’s full potential. Even if it has the best programming in the world, it won’t make a difference until you plug...

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Aug 9, 13

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Gary Chapman and Paul White
Published by: Northfield Publishing

I’m a freelance writer, so I don’t work with other people. Still, I chose to read The 5 Languages of...

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Jul 31, 14

This Review Submitted by dianeestrella

My family is all business when we sit down to dinner. It’s usually eat and then run!

But, not this time….

We had a lot of fun with this book. As we were eating, each of us took turns...

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Jun 13, 12