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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

Stop Trying

This Review Submitted by Marc Bougharios

One of my goals this year is to grow closer in my relationship with God. This means spending more time with Him through reading the Bible and praying, but I think Christian books are also helpful...

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May 28, 21

God of the Impossible

This Review Submitted by gardenof_eve

This is a powerful testament to the saving grace of God. This short little book contains 10 conversion testimonies of ex-Muslims. Each one is only a couple of pages long and tells the story of an...

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May 26, 21

God of the Impossible

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

This book contains the stories of individuals who have come to faith in Christ from a Muslim background. These believers often pay a great price for their Christian faith in Muslim nations....

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May 26, 21

Candor

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

This book is an excellent resource for when difficult conversations need to take place. The guidelines explained in this book enable the reader to ask before speaking: is this necessary, is this...

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May 26, 21

Ruth: Becoming a Girl of Loyalty

This Review Submitted by TheBookDistiller

Moody Publishers gifted me this copy, and all opinions are my own.

I started this study with my 8 year old daughter this summer, and it is perfect for girls aged 8-12. It is not only a...

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May 26, 21

Jack vs. the Tornado

This Review Submitted by Fayereads

Change is never easy, which is something that Jack knows all too well as his family has made the decision to move off the of the family farm an into town. Jack doesn't want to leave his...

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May 24, 21

Discovering God through the Arts

This Review Submitted by diveindigdeep

Is art simply supposed to be in the background of our lives? Or did God mean for it to be more? In Discovering God through the Arts, Terry Glaspey teaches how we can grow closer to God by...

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May 24, 21

Yours, Till Heaven

This Review Submitted by baldreformer

Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Affectionately referred to as the “Prince of Preachers.” He is the most influential English-speaking preacher in church history. He is known around the world for his...

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May 23, 21

Summoned

This Review Submitted by gardenof_eve

Summoned is an eight-week in-depth study on the book of Esther. The discussions and explanations that Megan provides are thoughtful, inquisitive and make for excellent Bible study groups or...

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May 22, 21

Creative God, Colorful Us

This Review Submitted by tomsugi

This book has been written for kids with diverse colors, fonts, and graphics interspersed throughout. It serves as a companion to Newbell’s book for adults, United, and for younger children, God’s...

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May 21, 21

Yours, Till Heaven

This Review Submitted by carey

Last year, I had the pleasure of reading Susie: The Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon, Wife of Charles H. Spurgeon by Ray Rhodes. It was my first introduction to the Spurgeons, and I immensely...

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May 19, 21

Yours, Till Heaven

This Review Submitted by Autumndowdy

A historical and biographical love story of Charles and Susannah Spurgeon, written in a thematic rather than chronological approach is how Ray Rhodes Jr. describes his style in this book.With this...

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May 19, 21

Succeeding at Seminary

This Review Submitted by denisetackett

In today's age, it's possible to find books on almost any topic. Want to learn beekeeping? A search will show over a thousand results for books on the subject. Interested in quilting?...

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May 19, 21

Getting Over Yourself

This Review Submitted by gardenof_eve

Dean Inserra has done great work for the Christian community in writing this book. We know that many things are terribly wrong with mainstream Christianity but not many are willing to say anything...

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May 17, 21

75 Masterpieces Every Christian Should Know

This Review Submitted by elena62286

I am not a fan of the title (I get annoyed with gimmicky titles), nor do I agree that every Christian would necessarily benefit from or be interested in being exposed to all these masterpieces,...

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May 17, 21

Your Old Testament Sermon Needs to Get Saved

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

In a day and age where some preachers minimize the Old Testament to the detriment of the church and its members, "Your Old Testament Sermon Needs To Get Saved" is a great read and...

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May 15, 21

Getting Over Yourself

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

Tired of hearing phrases like "being your best self", "be the best you can be", "you deserve this", "you can achieve what you believe", and other empty pious platitudes? Yes, I am too! If you fall...

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May 15, 21

Rare Leadership in the Workplace

This Review Submitted by Michael Taylor

"Rare Leadership In The Workplace" is a timely read, especially in a day where toxic work environments seem to be the norm instead of the exception. The title is a more basic version of the "Rare...

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May 15, 21

When Faith is Forbidden

This Review Submitted by heidimarie1712

In his book When Faith Is Forbidden: 40 Days On The Frontlines With Persecuted Christians, Todd Nettleton shares 40 stories of meeting with Christians in persecuted countries through his work with...

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May 15, 21