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When We Were on Fire - Addie Zierman

If you were on fire, and are wandering too . . .

by Sarah Fisher
April 23, 2014

Addie's story of faith-on-fire, faith lost, then faith reborn, is inspiring and heartbreaking and thought-provoking, all entwined together in an easy to read, gorgeously blue-covered package. If you want to know the truth, well, I kind of... [Read on]

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When We Were on Fire

by Addie Zierman

Take Flight! - Robin Jones Gunn

Take Flight :: #Book #Review

by asha Pena
April 23, 2014

Being a christian woman it is good to read a devotional book every once in a while. I in the Take Flight it starts of with a story and gives you reference and wisdom. What is a sisterchick? A sisterchick is a friend who shared the deepest wonders... [Read on]

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Take Flight!

by Robin Jones Gunn

A Table by the Window - Hillary Manton Lodge

978-0-307-73176-0

by Boma Somiari
April 23, 2014

“I’ll feel much better when you eat Trader Joe’s freezer foods like the rest of us” – A Table by the window, p.16. Can you relate? Did you ever say that (or a variation of it) to your friend? Or mother? Or sister? Or brother? (OK I get it –... [Read on]

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A Table by the Window

by Hillary Manton Lodge

A Stillness of Chimes - Meg Moseley

A Stillness of Chimes

by Ionia Martin
April 23, 2014

This book started out intriguing and that initial interest stayed with me until the end. Mostly, this is a mystery with strong family ties. I liked the way the author kept the flow of her story going by using events from the past and the present... [Read on]

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A Stillness of Chimes

by Meg Moseley

The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn - Lori Benton

The Pursiot of Tamsen Littlejohn by Lori Benton

by LIsa Johnson
April 23, 2014

Lori Benton’s love of writing tales with her level of research leaves readers breathless and amazed. I first come across Lori Benton when her first novel was published last year. Burning Sky was in my hands and I lost myself in the story set in... [Read on]

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Christmas in Apple Ridge - Cindy Woodsmall

Best Way to Break into Amish Fiction

by Charissa Skelton
April 23, 2014

Christmas in Apple Ridge, by Cindy Woodsmall, is probably by far one of the most adorable set of stories I have read in a while. It was my first time picking up a set of Amish fiction, and I’m not afraid to admit that I wasn’t quite sure what... [Read on]

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Christmas in Apple Ridge

by Cindy Woodsmall

Crash the Chatterbox - Steven Furtick

Book Review; Crash the Chatterbox by Steven Furtick

by Jenny Wright
April 23, 2014

Steven Furtick is starting to develop a voice, both as a speaker and writer, but especially as a writer. In this book, Crash the Chatterbox: Hearing God's Voice Above All Others, I feel like Furtick has finally matured in this voice, which... [Read on]

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Crash the Chatterbox

by Steven Furtick

A Table by the Window - Hillary Manton Lodge

A Table by the Window

by Leslie Cawley
April 23, 2014

Being torn between what others expect you do and what you feel is best for your life is the subject of this book. Juliette has been raised in culinary family of chefs and she uses that background to her advantage for a food column she writes for... [Read on]

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A Table by the Window

by Hillary Manton Lodge

Girl at the End of the World - Elizabeth Esther

When it is (and isn't) the end of the world

by Lisa Bartelt
April 23, 2014

"I was raised in a homegrown, fundamentalist Christian group–which is just a shorthand way of saying I’m classically trained in apocalypse stockpiling, street preaching, and the King James Version of the Bible. I know hundreds of obscure... [Read on]

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Girl at the End of the World

by Elizabeth Esther

Stand Strong - Nick Vujicic

Best Book on Dealing with Bullies I Have Ever Read

by Thereasa Winnett
April 23, 2014

Rarely a week goes by without hearing about some teen who committed suicide or a terrible act of violence because of bullying. Bullying isn’t new. In fact, I would imagine everyone reading this was teased or bullied to the point of tears at some... [Read on]

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Stand Strong

by Nick Vujicic

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