Book Review: 1000 Days–The Ministry of Christ by Jonathan Falwell

Don’t forget to submit your thankful post for use here in November. More details here. It’s been awhile since I’ve contribute as a BookSneeze blogger. Wait no more because today I review Jonathan Fallwell’s 1000 Days: The Ministry of Christ. I think all of us could be guilty of giving the headlines and not the details when it comes to describing Christ and His three years of Earthly ministry. When…

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Book Review: Dena Higley’s Momaholic

When I think of the term helicopter parent, a contemporary image that comes to mind is the commercial with the mom who is at her child’s side for everything. She blocks shots for him in gym class. She’s on the two seater bike with him trying to ward off competition. She’s answering questions for him at class. I thought my latest BookSneeze read, Dena Higley’s Momaholic: Confessions of a Helicopter…

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Book Review: Sheila Walsh’s God Loves Broken People (And Those Who Pretend They’re Not)

I’m a fan of Sheila Walsh—I could listen to her Scottish accent all day, in fact, I wish Twitter had a voice preview so every once in awhile I could hear her precious tweets. She has a beautiful voice, a wonderful testimony, and what I appreciate most of all is that she is transparent. She looks like her life is perfect, but she’s the first to write it isn’t. Those…

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BookSneeze Book Review: The Love & Respect Experience—A Husband-Friendly Devotional that Wives Truly Love

I love a good marriage book. A few years ago Dr. Emerson Eggerichs wrote Love and Respect, a book I definitely enjoyed for his keen insights on the simple fact too many marriages weren’t understanding—women need love and men need respect. It’s more than that, and it was good, but I felt bad because The Love Languages remained such a blockbuster, that even after a few years that book overshadowed…

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Booksneeze Book Review: Eileen Button’s The Waiting Place

I love surprises, don’t you? Thomas Nelson Publishers gave me a surprise when they shipped Eileen Button’s The Waiting Place: Learning to Appreciate Life’s Little Delays through the Booksneeze Blogging Program. Eileen Button writes a variety of essays about different places in her life where she had to wait. I thought they would be nice lessons that I could walk away feeling encouraged by or tuck her words away for…

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Booksneeze Book Review: Max Lucado’s Max on Life

Max on Life Book Description We have questions. Child-like inquiries. And deep, heavy ones. In more than twenty-five years of writing and ministry, Max Lucado has been the receiving line for thousands of such questions. The questions come in letters, e-mails, even on Dunkin Donuts napkins. In Max on Life he offers thoughtful answers to more than 150 of the most pressing questions on topics ranging from hope to hurt,…

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