Monthly Archives: September 2013

Praying the Attributes of God by Ann Spangler

In a similar manner as her previous book, Praying the Names of God, Spangler offers Praying the Attributes of God, a look into God’s character.  The book is organized into daily readings discussing a variety of God’s characteristics.  Each chapter … Continue reading

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Forgiveness by Matthew West

Matthew West shares the story behind his song of the same name in addition to other stories of people asking for, needing, and offering forgiveness.  Interspersed with the stories are scriptural references about forgiveness, Christ’s sacrifice for us, and God’s … Continue reading

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If the Shoe Fits by Sandra D. Bricker

Julianne Bartlett and Will Hanes, best friends of twenty years and partners in their law firm, refuse to admit what everyone else in their lives sees, they are perfect for each other.  Julianne is known in their circle for her … Continue reading

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Every Waking Moment by Chris Fabry

Treha Langsam is a special girl, misunderstood by a lot of people.  From the outside, she seems a little odd because of her head and eye movements, and because of her special rapport with the elderly people at the assisted-living … Continue reading

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Straight Answers to 21 Honest Questions about Prayer by Charles Simpson

Simpson offers a guidebook that offers readers tools on how to deepen their prayer lives.  It is easy to pray thoughtless, routine prayers that don’t get results because they are offered without meaning.  Simpson addresses this in his book in … Continue reading

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The Last Great Adventure by Philip D. Wilson

Noah and Kelsie were almost 19 and 17 when their earthly lives ended as a result of a motorcycle accident.  This book tells the story of what happens next.  After they encounter Jesus and follow Him through the door, what … Continue reading

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Fred 2.0 by Mark Sanborn

This is a follow-up book to The Fred Factor, a book Sanborn wrote approximately ten years ago.  In The Fred Factor, Sanborn shares the story of Fred, his postman that provided his customers with amazing service that went above and … Continue reading

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Burning Sky by Lori Benton

Burning Sky is the Mohawk name given to Willa Obenchain after she was abducted and adopted into their tribe at age 14.  She assimilated into the tribe and lived with them for twelve years, eventually marrying and having two children.  … Continue reading

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Choosing Gratitude by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

DeMoss explores the role of gratitude in our lives, what our lives look like if we are filled with gratitude, and what they look like if we are not.  She offers biblical applications for why we are meant to practice … Continue reading

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The Sea Glass Sisters by Lisa Wingate

Elizabeth Gallagher is struggling professionally and personally.  As a 911 operator, she took a call for a missing child and made a mistake, so she feels responsible that the child is still missing.  Her husband is detached, and her family … Continue reading

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