Mennonite Meets Mr. Right

(Book Review) Mennonite Meets Mr. Right

Reviewed by: Elizabeth Tenney, Mt. Pleasant, MI   Introduction Title: Mennonite Meets Mr. Right Author: Rhoda Janzen Publisher: Hatchette Book Group, Inc.; NY Publication Date: October 15, 2013 Format: Trade Paperback Length: 263 pages (including reading group guide) OVERVIEW This memoir picks up where Janzen’s previous book, Mennonite in a Little Black Dress, leaves off. She has met “Mr. Right” and […]

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Atonement for Emily Adams

(Book Review) Atonement for Emily Adams

Emily Adams is wracked with guilt after accidentally hitting and killing ten-year-old Isaiah Nelson with her car. Her attempts to make up for this wrong strain her relationships, and her life increasingly falls into disarray.

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Finding Your Name

(Book Review) Finding Your Name

Jane Rubietta gives a fresh perspective on the Old Testament story of Isaac and Jacob through a three month devotional journey.

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Daddy, Do Cowboys Pray?

(Book Review) Daddy, Do Cowboys Pray?

This is a sweet little book about a young boy who asks his father if cowboys pray. This question takes them on a trip to a ranch where Zeke spends some time with real cowboys and finds that yes, if they are Christians, cowboys definitely pray.

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Mennonite in a Little Black Dress

(Book Review) Mennonite in a Little Black Dress

Rhoda Janzen was raised in a Mennonite Christian family. As a young adult, she moved outside the influence of her family, and turned her back on her upbringing. A tragic car accident and the breakup of her marriage forced her to back into the family home in her 40’s, for recovery and healing.

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Ghost Boy

(Book Review) Ghost Boy

Martin Pistorius tells his story in short chapters, from childhood in Johannesburg, South Africa, through his marriage in the UK, in 2008. The title comes from his 14 year ordeal, after succumbing to an unknown neuromuscular disorder at age 12 which trapped his body in a wheelchair and rendered him silent.

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In Freedom's Cause

(Audio Review) In Freedom’s Cause

“God will not always shield us from death, but He promises He will always be with us,” Ned’s mother tells him. In a tale of freedom, revenge, courage, and betrayal, death comes nearer and more often than the characters would like…but God comes even closer.

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