Monthly Archives: October, 2012

Review:Peaceful Passage by:Kim West

About the Book: Taking care of a loved one on their final journey can be one of the richest, most life-affirming experiences you’ll ever have. And perhaps the hardest one you’ll ever go through. There’s far more involved than just hospice details and your loved one’s constant physical and emotional needs. There are your needs as …

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Review: Made in Heaven by: Comfort/Seto

About the Book: We often marvel at the wonders of the world around us and take enjoyment in its beauty. But did you know that many of the technological advances that make our lives better are based on nature? Who would have thought that such “lowly” creatures such as butterflies and beetles, mosquitoes, and mussels, wasps …

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Review: The Genius of Ancient Man by: Don Landis with Jackson Hole Bible College

About the Book: All over the world there are similar findings of ancient religions, cities and towers, global travel, advanced astronomy, and civilized government. A team of researchers from Jackson Hole Bible College has worked to solve the convoluted mystery and history of ancient man. Discover: ~ Why structures echoing the Tower of Babel have been recreated …

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Modest Mom Giveaway

Modest Mom is having a HUGE Giveaway that I am so excited about. You can read all about here on their website. Looks like some very great prizes you should really check it out. The giveaway ends soon so you should enter right away!

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Review: The True Account of Adam&Eve by Ken Ham

About the Book: Where mankind’s history began impacts how our future will end!  A loving God, a perfect Creation, two people living in a world without sin or death until one choice to disobey changed history forever. With biblical answers included, The True Account of Adam and Eve:  ~ Explores the questions of Adam and Eve …

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Review: Not Just A Hearer But A Doer by: Yolanda Shanks

About the Book: We sit in the pews. We sing the Songs. We recite scripture-scripture we know by heart. And yet buried in the midst of this routine are commands and requests straight from the Most High that go ignored. We’ve become so reliant on God fulfilling His end of the bargain that we fail to …

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Review: A Marriage Carol by:C. Fabry/G. Chapman

About the Book: On a snowy Christmas Eve, their anniversary, Marlee and Jacob take a treacherous drive to sign papers signaling the end. Tired of fighting, tired of the pain, and no passion left, they have chosen to end their marriage. But a shortcut over an icy mountain pass brings Marlee on a collision of her …

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Review:Trusting God by:S. Jaynes/G. Smith/M. Southerland

About the Book: In a culture where we tend to take control of our own lives, trusting God has become a religious platitude rather than a life changing attitude. We say it, but do we really mean it? And what does trusting God actually look like? Sharon, Gwen, and Mary-the Girlfriends in God team-come from different backgrounds …

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Review: Centered&Sane and Gratitude by Lorrie Flem

 You know being a mom is very hard work. Throw in being a stay at home mom and to homeschool your children and you are on a fast track to major BURN OUT! Can I get an amen? October’s Gabby Mom’s review is about being a centered and sane mom and learning how to be …

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Review: Ramblings from the Shower by Faye Bryant

About the Book: Is it possible to “be who you be”?  What does it mean to hear and follow “God’s heartbeat”? Does God really have a sense of humor? Does He really laugh?  From a modern day “Good Samaritan ” story, through the sea of emotions accompanying a battle with melanoma, to an honest open-heart discussion …

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