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The Characters of Easter

This Review Submitted by lduprez

The Characters of Easter is the latest book by pastor and author, Daniel Darling. This is a really neat book that explores the background of the Easter story and opens readers’ eyes wider to the...

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Jun 16, 21

Walk With Me

This Review Submitted by cdluvsreading

I loved this book. It immediately draws the reader in with "an invitation." The author discusses how the Bible frequently uses the word "walk" when describing our relationship...

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Jun 11, 21

The Relationally Intelligent Child

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

This is such a timely book, with over a year of at-home learning and social distancing because of a worldwide pandemic. Life is beginning to return to normal, but many people, kids especially,...

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Jun 10, 21

Becoming Sage

This Review Submitted by netablogs

Our faith changes as we get older. Have you noticed? Do you have experiences and questions that could only have come out of the soil of midlife and beyond?

Michelle Van Loon, in Becoming...

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Jun 9, 21

Your Old Testament Sermon Needs to Get Saved

This Review Submitted by tomsugi

How do you preach about the covenant sign of circumcision (Gen 17) or the zeal of Phinehas at Baal Peor (Num 25)? “Your Old Testament Sermon Needs to Get Saved is a practical handbook for...

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Jun 7, 21

The Characters of Easter

This Review Submitted by callista83

This is one of the best Christian books about Easter I’ve read. It’s always good to reread the parts of the Bible that feature the death and resurrection of Jesus around this time. However this...

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Jun 7, 21

Creative God, Colorful Us

This Review Submitted by callista83

This is a beautifully made book for Christian children ages 8-12 although it could be used as young as 6 if a parent read it in shorter bursts. The point of the book is to share how God created us...

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Jun 7, 21

Discovering God through the Arts

This Review Submitted by callista83

I’m not an art lover in general. I enjoy writing but I don’t draw, paint, sculpt or create otherwise. Most of the rest of my family are art lovers. Also I’m always looking for ways to connect with...

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Jun 7, 21

Yes! You Really CAN Change

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

I love it when, after reading a non-fiction spiritual or self-help type of book, certain quotes throughout the book stay with me. I could list several that come to mind from Yes! You Really CAN...

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Jun 7, 21

Life Lessons and Love Languages

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

I’ve read and enjoyed all of Gary Chapman’s Love Languages books, so naturally I was drawn to this biography Life Lessons and Love Languages.

In this book, Mr. Chapman reveals the five...

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Jun 6, 21

Summoned

This Review Submitted by dianeestrella

Usually studies on the book of Esther are fluffy and full of "be bold" and "be strong" like Esther, and that's about as cliché as it gets.

The author is quick to...

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Jun 5, 21

Yes! You Really CAN Change

This Review Submitted by die2myselfTwoPointOh

***DISCLAIMER – I RECEIVED THIS BOOK FOR FREE FROM MODDY PUBLISHERS TO REVIEW***

Chip Ingram’s Yes! You Really Can Change: What To Do When You’re Spiritually Stuck represents the fifth book...

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Jun 5, 21

Jack vs. the Tornado

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

I'm always on the look out for great chapter books for kids that actually teach wholesome life lessons. There are too many kids' chapter books that incorporate the world's standards...

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Jun 4, 21

The Hunt for Fang

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

This is the second book in the brand new series by Eastep: Tree Street Kids. The first one was absolutely wonderful and enjoyable to read so of course I was excited for the second one expecting it...

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Jun 4, 21

Ruth: Becoming a Girl of Loyalty

This Review Submitted by readingwithbeth

Ruth: Becoming a Girl of Loyalty by Dannah Gresh is a wonderful resource for young people. It's part of the True Girl Bible Studies series, which focuses on important women from the Bible....

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Jun 3, 21

The Hunt for Fang

This Review Submitted by Julie Hall

Just as cute as the first one, the Tree Street Kids are off on another adventure. The book is set in the 90s and full of fun references which make me giggle while reading. The kids attend a local...

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Jun 2, 21

You Get Me

This Review Submitted by heidimarie1712

You Get Me: Simple, Romantic Ways To Speak The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman and Jen Mickelborough is a small, short book (more like a booklet) that gives the reader a few ideas in how to show...

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Jun 2, 21

Hosanna in Excelsis

This Review Submitted by wordswithrach

I went through this book this past December along with my advent Scripture readings. I loved this supplemental book.

Each day talks about a well-known Advent hymn and we get to learn the...

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May 30, 21

When Faith is Forbidden

This Review Submitted by carey

I have always had the privilege of living in countries where Christianity is allowed. Even when I lived in West Africa, where there is a significant Muslim population, I have always been free to...

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May 30, 21

75 Masterpieces Every Christian Should Know

This Review Submitted by Mikeylynn

I was excited to read this book because I wanted to discover new things and also remember art, music, movies, etc that I already know about. This book is not an exhaustive list of any kind but it...

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May 30, 21