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The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper - Kathleen Y'Barbo

Fun in the Old West

by Debi Stangeland
November 3, 2010

The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper by Kathleen Y'Barbo is a rip roarin' good read. Set in the 1880's it goes from proper New York to wild Denver and the silver mines of Colorado. This is a fun read with great characters and a fun and... [Read on]

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The Grace and Truth Paradox - Randy Alcorn

The Grace and Truth Paradox by Randy Alcorn

by Robert Hayton
November 15, 2010

On my recent vacation, I read an excellent book by Randy Alcorn, The Grace and Truth Paradox. It is based on John’s statement in John 1:14 that Jesus was “full of grace and truth”. Some churches (and Christians) today emphasize grace over tr... [Read on]

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The Grace and Truth Paradox

by Randy Alcorn

Pierced by the Word - John Piper

Pierced by the Word by John Piper

by Robert Hayton
November 15, 2010

If you’ve never read one of John Piper’s devotional books, you’re missing out. The 31 meditations in Pierced by the Word cover a variety of topics — some practical, others theological. From drinking orange juice to battling lust, from thin... [Read on]

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Pierced by the Word

by John Piper

Forty Loaves - C. D. Baker

40 Loaves: Breaking Bread with Our Father Each Day by C.D. Baker

by Robert Hayton
November 15, 2010

Devotional books abound these days. They remain popular since Christians continue to desire books which help them connect with God. Scriptural readings followed by devotional thoughts, a prayer or a poem – this is what one expects to encounte... [Read on]

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Forty Loaves

by C. D. Baker

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Dug Down Deep: Unearthing What I Believe and Why It Matters by Joshua Harris

by Robert Hayton
November 15, 2010

In today’s world, doctrine and orthodoxy get a bad rap. Many sincere Christians assume studying doctrine is primarily a waste of time. Doctrine usually leads to cold and dead religion, or else it promotes a divisive and bitter spirit that split... [Read on]

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Hear No Evil - Matthew Paul Turner

Hear No Evil: My Story of Innocence, Music and the Holy Ghost by Matthew Paul Turner

by Robert Hayton
November 15, 2010

Hear No Evil is a collage of stories from Matthew Paul Turner’s past. A former independent fundamental Baptist (IFB), Turner chronicles his spiritual journey with special attention to the role his love for music played. As a former IFB myself... [Read on]

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Hear No Evil

by Matthew Paul Turner

Raven's Ladder - Jeffrey Overstreet

by Robert Hayton
November 15, 2010

The best fiction transports the reader into the setting of the book. The adventure written becomes an adventure experienced. Characters aren’t just described by the author, they are befriended by the reader. This is when reading becomes a... [Read on]

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Raven's Ladder

by Jeffrey Overstreet

Lady Carliss and the Waters of Moorue - Chuck Black

Lady Carliss and the Waters of Moorue (The Knights of Arrethtrae: Book 4) by Chuck Black

by Robert Hayton
November 15, 2010

The appeal of fantasy fiction is wrapped up in its other-worldliness. On film, Peter Jackson captured this well in his Lord of the Rings trilogy. Of course, the books themselves are more effective at transporting the reader to another time and... [Read on]

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The Sound of Sleigh Bells - Cindy Woodsmall

Sound of Sleigh Bells

by krista collins
November 18, 2010

Hearing the sound of sleigh bells gives Beth wonderful feelings. However Jonah feels the opposite. These two Amish young people come from different Amish districts but it becomes a matter of fate that they meet. Beth is a single Amish girl... [Read on]

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The Sound of Sleigh Bells

by Cindy Woodsmall

Flight of Shadows - Sigmund Brouwer

Who is Caitlyn?

by Cynthia Dyer
November 19, 2010

Do you ever wonder what it would be like to fly? Caitlyn Brown doesn't. In fact, she would prefer to be like everyone else. But she's not. Her dad, Jordan Brown, is a scientist. Or at least he was, until he and the woman he loved disappeared with... [Read on]

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Flight of Shadows

by Sigmund Brouwer

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