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When We Were on Fire - Addie Zierman

A good book

by Timothy Scott
April 24, 2014

This book is an average book that looks towards the fact that some of the movements that the church experienced in the past seems to have fizzled out. The author tries to push the passion to reunite the same desire for the Lord when they first... [Read on]

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When We Were on Fire

by Addie Zierman

Crash the Chatterbox - Steven Furtick

Elementary Writing & Heretical Egocentric Content

by Darian Burns
April 24, 2014

“Crash the Chatterbox” by Steven Furtick should be nominated by someone as “Exhibit A1” for all that is wrong with modern “Christian publishing.” From the first chapter Furtick dives, head first into heresy and the book gets worse from there. ... [Read on]

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Crash the Chatterbox

by Steven Furtick

Crash the Chatterbox - Steven Furtick

Honest and helpful

by Katherine Jones
April 24, 2014

The reason I snapped up the chance to review this book is a very personal one. You see, inside my head lives a Chatterbox that spins twisted yarns of insecurity and discouragement. Unlike my gentle Lord who nearly always speaks sotto voce, the... [Read on]

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Crash the Chatterbox

by Steven Furtick

A Broken Kind of Beautiful - Katie Ganshert

Book Review: A Broken Kind of Beautiful

by Bonnie Luttkus
April 24, 2014

When I first read the description for A Broken Kind of Beautiful by Katie Ganshert, I was somewhat skeptical. A model in the fashion industry? Not my typical type of book. But the last few sentences on the back cover made me decide to try it. ... [Read on]

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A Broken Kind of Beautiful

by Katie Ganshert

When We Were on Fire - Addie Zierman

When we were on fire

by Sara Malave
April 24, 2014

Addie tells about her journey from when she was young and going to church camps. When she gets involved in a relationship her whole world is flipped upside. Overall, it is an amazing story about Addie. After being involved with the church, and to... [Read on]

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When We Were on Fire

by Addie Zierman

First Comes Love - Scott Hahn

Finding Family in the Church, and Building a Church in Family

by Mike Schramm
April 24, 2014

One doesn’t commonly associate the concept of family as a theological matter, less so a human symbol of the Holy Trinity. Just it requires extraordinary grace to form and maintain a family, so too do we see this grace shape Dr. Hahn’s sacramental... [Read on]

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First Comes Love

by Scott Hahn

Cloak of the Light - Chuck Black

Cloak of the Light

by VikTory Arch
April 23, 2014

My rate: 5 stars out of 5. Life of Drew Carter is full of bad luck, at least he thought that way. When he met Sydney Carlyle, everything changed in his life. Travel with Drew on his quest to find out what is his purpose and why he had the... [Read on]

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Cloak of the Light

by Chuck Black

Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist - Brant Pitre

Shedding אוֹר on the Mystery of Faith

by Mike Schramm
April 23, 2014

What is probably the most taken-for-granted aspect of Christianity, and especially Catholic Christianity, is its Jewish roots. What with the disregard many, other than seminarians and theology majors, have for the non-anecdotal, “boring,” parts... [Read on]

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A Stillness of Chimes - Meg Moseley

Great mysterious read.

by Bethany Schackow
April 22, 2014

When Laura Gantt returns to Georgia to handle her late mother's estate, she hears a startling rumor---that her father staged his drowning years ago and has recently been spotted roaming the mountains. With the help of her former high school... [Read on]

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A Stillness of Chimes

by Meg Moseley

The Holy Land Key - Ray Bentley with Genevieve Gillespie

Not the Key I was looking for.

by Paul Curry
April 22, 2014

This was the most bizarre book I have ever read. I was looking at reading a book that was going to follow Biblical texts and explain the geological surrounding of some Biblical prophecy. Instead we have several chapters centered around the... [Read on]

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The Holy Land Key

by Ray Bentley with Genevieve Gillespie

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