Monthly Archives: August, 2013

Review: Broken Wings by:Carla Stewart

About the Book:Onstage, the singing duo of Gabe and Mitzi Steiner captured America’s heart for more than two decades. Offstage, their own hearts have throbbed as one for sixty years. Only now, Gabe has retreated into the tangles of Alzheimer’s, leaving Mitzi to ponder her future alone. On the other side of Tulsa, everyone believes …

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Review:The Well by:Mark Hall w/Tim Luke

 About the Book:Why are so many so close to the Well and still so thirsty? Mark Hall takes the powerful story of the Woman at the Well and her encounter with Jesus to help readers understand that the ‘wells’ we go to for life and sustenance, the ‘wells’ of success, talent, control, favor, religion, etc., …

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Review:All-In 2 Night by:Lynne Burgess

About the Book:All-In Night is a family routine. For one night of the week everyone stays home. By spending ten to twenty minutes together, you can learn and talk about the things that matter. Following on from Lynne’s original book this set of new activities is designed especially with Christian families in mind. An activity …

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Daughter of Light by Morgan L. Busse

Daughter of Light by Morgan L. Busse Publisher: Marcher Lord PressGenre: Adult Fantasy What if with one touch you could see inside the soul?Rowen Mar finds a strange mark on her hand, and she is banished from her village as a witch. She covers the mark with a leather glove and seeks sanctuary in the …

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Review:Rocky Mountain Adventures by:Betty Swinford

 About the Book:The Rocky Mountains are full of rugged terrain and breathtakingly high mountains. They are all about the stunning beauty of creation. But there’s danger too with black mountain bears and poisonous snakes to watch out for. Elk, deer, moose and coyotes all live and survive in this part of the United States of …

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Review:Wild West Adventures by:Donna Vann

About the Book:Cowboys and Indians, buffalo stampedes, eating well-roasted mouse as a cure for measles – what was it like to live in the Wild West? This area of America stretched from the Mississippi River all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Although you don’t often see covered wagons or teepees these days, there are …

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Review:My Mama&Me by:Crystal Bowman

About the Book: A companion book to “My Grandma and Me, ” this book is specifically written for mother and child. “My Mama and Me” is designed around four questions: Can You Tell Me about God? Can You Tell Me about Jesus? What Does God Think about Me? How Can I Show God I Love Him?Through …

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Double Review: Grace Unplugged&Own It by:Carlson/DiMarco

 About Grace Unplugged:Grace Trey is an eighteen-year-old singer as passionate about her Christian faith as she is her phenomenal, God-given musical talent. Both traits come from her father, one-hit wonder Johnny Tray who found Jesus after losing his chart success two decades ago. When Grace encounters her own music break of a lifetime, the sudden …

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Litfuse Review: On Distant Shores by:Sarah Sundin

 About the Book: Lt. Georgiana Taylor has everything she could want. A comfortable boyfriend back home, a loving family, and a challenging job as a flight nurse. But in July 1943, Georgie’s cozy life gets decidedly more complicated when she meets pharmacist Sgt. John Hutchinson. Hutch resents the lack of respect he gets as a …

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Review:She’s Twelve Going On Twenty by:Kim Camp

 About the Book:Especially for moms of teens and preteens, a practical, Christ-centered guide to helping your daughter grow in mind, body, and spirit. As the mother of a young girl aged 9 to 16, you want a lot for your daughter. You want to see her soar in self-confidence and accomplishment, to navigate a safe …

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