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(Book Review) None Like Him

Jen Wilkin takes us on an incredible journey to learn more about who God is. While reading this book we should ask ourselves, “How should the knowledge that God is universal, unchanging, all-knowing, all gracious, and all controlling change the way we perceive and serve him?”
Drawing directly on biblical descriptions of God and historical relations of man and God, this book seeks to make God understandable, yet worthy of love and devotion.

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(Book Review) Someone Has to Die

ollowing the stories of a peace-making congressman, a terrorist bent on wiping Christians from the earth, the family of an ex-terrorist, and a single Christian mother and her daughter, this book is a roller coaster from start to finish. Multiple characters are faced with internal issues of identity as they struggle with the external issues regarding the unstable relationship between Christians and Muslims. The two families are drawn together at the height of tensions between the two religions after an unruly gang of Muslim teenagers burns down the church the Christian family attends. A member of the volunteer fire rescue team (an ex-terrorist) finds himself running into the flames to save the only person trapped in the fire.

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(Book review) Anna’s healing

A tornado rips through Cody’s Creek, Oklahoma and changes Anna Schwartz’s life forever.

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(Book Review) More: How To Move From Activity for God to Intimacy With God

More is a dangerous book. It is a book that asks of its reader to shed any shallowness in his or her relationship with God and to dive in deeper. Hawkins presents steps toward a consuming intimacy with God, steps that are simple to understand yet challenging to carry out. It presents a series of simple, though challenging steps to begin growing more intimate with God.

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