Monthly Archives: July 2013

You Wish – Mandy Hubbard

You Wish – Mandy Hubbard.

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21 Toughest Questions Your Kids Will Ask About Christianity by Alex McFarland

McFarland takes some of the most common questions kids and teens are asking about Christianity today and provides answers that parents can use in discussion with their children. This is an excellent book!  The topics covered are general questions about … Continue reading

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Raising a Lady in Waiting by Jackie Kendall

Raising a Lady in Waiting is a mother’s guide to preparing a daughter to wait for God’s best, a Boaz not a Bozo.  Using the story of Ruth’s journey from the book of Ruth, Kendall encourages mothers and daughters to … Continue reading

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Chivalry by Zach Hunter

I was interested in the premise that chivalry is for everyone, not just a code for men and how to treat women, so I read this book. The main criticism I have for this book is that it doesn’t offer … Continue reading

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Grace’s Pictures by Cindy Thomson

Grace’s Pictures is an interesting book from a historical standpoint.  Thomson obviously did her homework in researching the book.  The snapshot into how early personal cameras were received by the public as invasions of privacy was quite interesting in comparison … Continue reading

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Just A Minute by Wess Stafford

Just A Minute is a compilation of stories demonstrating the power a minute of interaction can have in the life of a child.  Wess Stafford is the President and CEO of Compassion International and has had years of opportunities to … Continue reading

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The Language of Blessing by Joseph Cavanaugh III

I anticipated this book discussing spiritual gifts and how we might use those to bless others, so I think I approached it from the wrong state of mind. I think this book serves as a good reminder that we are … Continue reading

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Misery Loves Company by Rene Gutteridge

Jules is a book blogger who is trying to cope with her sadness after her police officer husband is killed in the line of duty. She has become so reclusive that when she goes missing, her father is the only … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Raging Perfectionist by Amanda Jenkins

If you are a perfectionist, or have characteristics of perfectionism, this book is for you.  When reading non-fiction books, I always try to find at least one or two little nuggets to take with me and learn from.  This book … Continue reading

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Follow Me by David Platt

I usually enjoy fiction more than non-fiction but this book is very enjoyable to read.  Platt discusses the sinner’s prayer that is said in churches and television shows daily and if that is the starting point for being a Christian.  … Continue reading

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