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Heart Wide Open - Shellie Rushing Tomlinson

My Heart Is Opening Wide!- Def Worth Re-Reading Over and Over!

by Angela Tims
April 17, 2014

I was overly excited to read Shellie Rushing Tomlinson's book "Heart Wide Open", much more than normally am when starting a new book. It was my first book to read of hers and it definitely holds a favorite spot in my list of books I've... [Read on]

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Heart Wide Open

by Shellie Rushing Tomlinson

Awakening - Stovall Weems

Reconstructing

by Teresa Jordan
April 15, 2014

I begin reading the Awakening as a study on A New Approach to an Authentic Relationship with God Sermon that I was preparing and once I begin to study I began to do a self examination on my own personal relation with God. This book is a great... [Read on]

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Awakening

by Stovall Weems

Praying for Your Husband from Head to Toe - Sharon Jaynes

Wonderful book on how to pray for your husband!

by Heidi Smith
April 15, 2014

"Powerful, effective prayer for your husband is easier than you think." All I need to say about Praying for Your Husband from Head to Toe by Sharon Jaynes is WOW! What a fantastic book on praying for your husband! As wives, God has given us an... [Read on]

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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

Through the Deep Waters - Kim Vogel Sawyer

A Feel-Good Story

by Jessica Szczepanski
April 13, 2014

I was interested by the summary on the back- it was enough to get me reading the book. The beginning was a highly interesting untypical situation that had me instantly feeling for this girl Dinah. She was sweet, and innocent – her desire to do... [Read on]

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Through the Deep Waters

by Kim Vogel Sawyer

When We Were on Fire - Addie Zierman

A Touching Memoir

by Michael Deutsch
April 11, 2014

Addie Zierman has written a type of memoir about her life growing up in the legalism of the Evangelical Church. Her book is entitled, When We Were on Fire: A Memoir of Consuming Faith, Tangled Love and Starting Over. Her book is broken into... [Read on]

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When We Were on Fire

by Addie Zierman

Crash the Chatterbox - Steven Furtick

Witty & Poignant

by Allison Gingras
April 11, 2014

Crash The Chatterbox: Hearing God's Voice Above All Others, is an entertaining and clearly written book by Steven Furtick, a Pastor from Charlotte, NC. Furtick's story telling is very engaging, bringing you right to that moment of time with him.... [Read on]

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Crash the Chatterbox

by Steven Furtick

Girl at the End of the World - Elizabeth Esther

At the end of your rope...

by Beth Boswell
April 11, 2014

When Convergent books offered up Girl at the End of the World by Elizabeth Esther for review, I jumped at the chance. This story is one of pain and redemption. Esther, who grew up in "The Assembly" tells her story of a small church turned cult.... [Read on]

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Girl at the End of the World

by Elizabeth Esther

Girl at the End of the World - Elizabeth Esther

When Zeal in the Name of Religion Becomes Abuse

by Jane Ahrens
April 9, 2014

Elizabeth Esther's heartbreaking memoir is one of abuse, manipulation and control in the name of God. Her experience is a story of one family and their abuse and control of others in the name of Christ. In the opening chapter, Elizabeth is 9... [Read on]

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Girl at the End of the World

by Elizabeth Esther

A Broken Kind of Beautiful - Katie Ganshert

Review: A Broken Kind of Beautiful

by Cassie Baker
April 8, 2014

Katie Ganshert has written an insightful novel that explores the place where pain and hope mix to create something beautiful. Every day of her life, Ivy plays the part that she is expected to play. She works hard to make people believe her... [Read on]

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A Broken Kind of Beautiful

by Katie Ganshert

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