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Across the Street and Around the World

Reviewed by: Hope Livingston, Professional Writing student at Taylor University, Upland, IN     Introduction Title: Across the Street and Around the World Author: Jeannie Marie Publisher: Nelson Books Publication Date: October 2018 Format: Print Book Length: 255 pages OVERVIEW Across the Street and Around the World by Jeannie Marie is a mission-minded, evangelical guide. Marie guides the reader through how to […]

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The Tears of Gethsemane

Often, just as Christians are reaching a turning point in their ministry work, they go through a long and difficult trial. In this book, Deborah Faulks describes this period as “the Gethsemane Experience” and as a necessary trial that Christians have to go through in order to reach a new level of service to God.

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Babylon Revealed: Over 2,600 Years Ago Babylon Was Destroyed by God. Will It Happen Again?

Reviewed by: Hope Bolinger, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: Babylon Revealed: Over 2,600 Years Ago Babylon Was Destroyed by God. Will It Happen Again? Author: Anthony Mattiello Jr. Publisher: West Bow Press Publication Date: 2018 Format: Print book Length: 317 pages OVERVIEW Babylon exists now. Ever since Abraham fled the most ancient form of Babylon—post-Tower of Babel […]

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The Unknown Disciple

Ever since the shepherd boy saw Jesus as a babe in a manger, he obtains glimpses of the Messiah throughout his life. As he manages a fabric business, his life intersects with that of Christ through witnessing miracles, meeting characters such as Nicodemus and Luke, and marrying his second wife (the woman healed by the touch of Jesus’ hem) after his first spouse dies in childbirth. Throughout his journey through the Gospels, the unknown disciple struggles with bitterness and doubt, but along the way, he learns to place his trust in Christ.

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