Book Review: The Unexplainable Church by Erica Wiggenhorn

Finally, a Bible study that goes deep… Frustrated with the watered-down, “light” Bible studies that are all too common, Erica Wiggenhorn wanted to write a study that went deep. She wanted to take readers verse-by-verse through a whole book of the Bible, offering theological and historical comments in each lesson while remaining practical and relational. The Unexplainable Church is the result, and it offers readers two great takeaways. It will teach…

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Book Review: Included in Christ by Heather Holleman

A new kind of Bible study… After the success of her first two books, Heather Holleman received many requests to write a Bible study. And as a college English instructor, she wanted to make sure it really taught and didn’t simply inform. So she surveyed several women about what their dream study would look like, then got to work. The result is Included with Christ, a narrative-driven study where you can bring your life…

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Katheryn Maddox Haddad: Joseph: The Other Father

Joseph, Jesus’ earthly father who raised him, had to be a lot of things: Spiritual, quick minded, strong physically, fearless. Can you imagine taking on that assignment? I wonder if God chose Mary partly because of who she was betrothed to. Jesus was born into a violent world. When He was probably about a year and a half old, the king of the land sent his soldiers out to kill…

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You’re Invited: Praise & Coffee Online Study of Lysa TerKeurst’s Uninvited

The biggest battle I’ve faced in any role I’ve taken on is rejection and isolation. I’ve joked that I’m the misfit toy, the one left in the corner while everyone has fun. I’ve watched even as an adult that I’ve been forgotten, passed over, added on when others said no, and all the other things that crush. In the encouragement I give to others, I know I’m not alone. That’s…

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Book Review: Grin with Grace by Kathy Carlton Willis

Book Description: Have you ever felt the need to bite your tongue or grit your teeth? Grin with Grace explores ways to genuinely smile in the face of adversity and challenging circumstances. Sometimes, we just need to grin with grace! God blesses us with His grace, and it impacts our relationship with Him and with others. Each chapter features five sections: • Grin with Grace contains real-life stories and observations.…

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Julie Arduini’s Favorite Reviewed Non Fiction Book 2014

Each year I enjoy looking back at the books I’ve reviewed and choosing my favorites. I choose a fiction and non fiction book that I’ve reviewed plus a Kindle or paperback read I enjoyed as a reader that I was under no obligation to review. Today is non fiction. The book I chose took a contemporary look at God’s Word and I was mesmerized the entire time. I’m always looking for…

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