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(Book review) The Last Arrow: Save Nothing for the Next Life

Reviewed by: Margaret Neal, a Professional Writing Major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: The Last Arrow: Save Nothing for the Next Life Author: Erwin Raphael McManus Publisher: WaterBrook Publishers Publication Date: 2017 Format: Print book Length: 214 pages OVERVIEW With the storytelling power of The Barbarian Way and the conviction of The Artisan Soulcomes Erwin Raphael McManus’s most recent book, The Last Arrow. […]

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(Book review) Everybody, Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People

Bob Goff, founder of Love Does, and NYT Bestselling Author of a book by the same name, gives us his highly anticipated follow-up, Everybody Always. He shares with us stories from his life and the hard lessons he gained in the process of learning to love everybody, always, just as God does.

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(Book review) An Imperfect Woman

Kim Hyland opens her book with a challenging image: a beautiful terra-cotta pot has been cracked.  At first glance it would seem that the beautiful vase is now disfigured, ruined, and no longer functional.  However, surprisingly, when a candle is set inside and the lights are turned off, the glow from the fire shines through and illuminates everything around it. Beauty emerges from brokenness. This image serves as one of the metaphors for his book’s theme of restoration, reconciliation, and revival.

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(Book review) Troubled Waters

A strong gust of wind and a cliff is all that it takes to ruin the PEAK rescue group’s only helicopter and potentially bring an end to the team. Sierra Rose finds herself trying to rescue the team, restore her personal self-confidence, and re-establish her relationships with coworkers and friends in this novel of action and romance,

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