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Girl at the End of the World - Elizabeth Esther

Off the beaten path

by Eva Jessee
April 15, 2014

A great read about a family cult that stemmed from religious dogma's, traditions and a grandfather's obsession. The journey out of the cult is captivated so well articulately by the author. She uses common anecdotes and common church lingo that... [Read on]

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Girl at the End of the World

by Elizabeth Esther

Crash the Chatterbox - Steven Furtick

Crash the Chatterbox

by Teela Young
April 15, 2014

When I first heard the title of Steven Furtick's book, Crash the Chatterbox, I immediately thought of the song by Casting Crowns, The Voice Of Truth. The book, like the song, both remind us that we live in a world with thousands of influences and... [Read on]

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Crash the Chatterbox

by Steven Furtick

The Quilted Heart Omnibus - Mona Hodgson

Cute and lighthearted

by Heather Ring
April 14, 2014

It's St. Charles, 1865, the home of Maren, Emilie & Caroline . They are three very different women, with pasts as diverse as they are. Yet they all find comfort in the quilting circle. Here is a place to let their worries and joys be known. It's... [Read on]

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The Quilted Heart Omnibus

by Mona Hodgson

I Like Giving - Brad Formsma

I Like Giving

by Sarah Storm
April 14, 2014

Do you like to give? Are you not even sure how to do it? Are you afraid of the rejection? Or... Maybe you've been on the receiving end. Maybe someone has paid for your Starbucks. Maybe someone has paid for your McDonalds or your grocery bill.... [Read on]

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I Like Giving

by Brad Formsma

A Broken Kind of Beautiful - Katie Ganshert

A Broken Kind of Beautiful

by brandi schattle
April 14, 2014

A Broken Kind of Beautiful Want a sneak peek? Click the book cover above ;) You are welcome! "Katie sure knows how to pull in her reader that is for sure. Page 2 and I already want, no have to know more! Who is Davis? And more importantly,... [Read on]

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A Broken Kind of Beautiful

by Katie Ganshert

I Like Giving - Brad Formsma

Good book, but would need more depth to be great

by Al Evon
April 14, 2014

I Like Giving is easy to read. It is not overly hard or complex, and it is pretty forward in that the title will either draw people in or push them away (if they have an aversion to giving or reading stories about others who give). Unlike... [Read on]

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I Like Giving

by Brad Formsma

Catholicism - Robert Barron

Mr. Banks vs Fr. Barron

by Michael d'Esterre
April 14, 2014

“It has been said that the healthiest spiritual people are those who have the strongest sense of the difference between themselves and God.” -Fr. Barron in Catholicism: Journey to the Heart of Faith I thought I would do an interesting twist... [Read on]

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Catholicism

by Robert Barron

And Life Comes Back - Tricia Lott Williford

Life After Loss

by Susan Irwin
April 14, 2014

Tricia Lott Williford writes a well written and touching journey of her life after her young husband's sudden death. She describes the raw emotions she felt and allows us to feel the pain she is going through. She then describes her journey... [Read on]

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And Life Comes Back

by Tricia Lott Williford

Sacred Fire - Ronald Rolheiser

Sacred Fire: The Book that Touched a Soul

by Matthew Mckibben
April 14, 2014

From the very first sentence, Ronald Rolheiser’s book “Sacred Fire” begins to describe an aged soul as something pure and unadulterated: “The human soul is like a fine wine that needs to ferment in various barrels as it ages and mellows.” Through... [Read on]

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Sacred Fire

by Ronald Rolheiser

A Table by the Window - Hillary Manton Lodge

Review of A Table by the Window

by Jill Straw
April 13, 2014

Family defines us. Juliette D'Alisa, the youngest of five children in a French/Italian family, has been raised in the restaurant business. She inherits a prep table from her maternal grandmother. She learned from her grandmother at that table:... [Read on]

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A Table by the Window

by Hillary Manton Lodge

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