(Book review) Nighty night and good night

Reviewed by: Ceil Carey, retired librarian and long-time Book Club leader.   Introduction Title: Nghty night and good night  Author: Michael W. Smith Publisher: Zonderkids Publication Date: 2018 Format: Hard cover Length: 22 pages OVERVIEW After his good night prayers, one night Ben just cannot fall asleep. His fluffy friends try to help him with various […]

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(Book review) Psalms of Asaph

As an experienced author and pastor, James Watkins doesn’t disappoint with his latest book. The basic premise of this book is about coping with loss.

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(Book review) Sustainable Children’s Ministry: From Last-Minute Scrambling to Long-Term Solutions

Readers can tell just by the authors’ voices that they’ve worked extensively with parents and children in this area of ministry and have enjoyed doing so. There is much to be learned from them.

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2018 Conference: Save The Date

The ECLA annual conference is just around the corner! Join us this October 27th for some exciting speakers, literary fellowship and books, books, books!

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(Book review) Blessed in the Darkness

This book assures readers that though they may go through dark times, God is using it for good to bring about better things. However, the core of theology is sadly lacking.

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(Book review) Seize Today: How Asking the Right Questions Will Change Your Life

  My hope is that one day Mason will do a second edition of this book and that he will remove all the excess references and, instead, will concentrate on sharing lessons from his incredible range of experiences as a consultant, business executive, mentor, husband, dad, and  brother in Christ.  Now, that book would be original and valuabl

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(Book review) Dancing in No Man’s Land: Moving with Peace and Truth in a Hostile World

Desiring unity for the church within a world fragmented by trenches, Jennings encourages readers to thrive in the in-between, the no man’s land. From tackling topics of generational gaps to the same-sex marriage debate, Jennings offers solutions for neutrality and healing.  

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(Book review) The Sea before Us (#1 in the Sunrise at Normandy series)

The tension that existed during the preparation and plans leading up to the D-day invasion are always in the background of this novel.  Good character development, some unexpected plot twists, and attention to historical detail are strong elements in this first novel of a new series called Sunrise at Normandy.

 

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