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(Book review) The Trust Protocol: The Key to Building Stronger Families, Teams, and Businesses

Reviewed by: Kayla Houvenagle, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: The Trust Protocol: The Key to Building Stronger Families, Teams, and Businesses Author: Mac Richard Publisher: Baker Books Publication Date: 2017 Format: Print book Length: 172 pages OVERVIEW The Trust Protocol asks what would happen if Christians started trusting people without time to build it up, and if such […]

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(Book review) The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck

Reviewed by: Diane Ash, retired teacher and current librarian of the Federated Church, Sandwich, IL   Introduction Title: The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck Author: Bethany Turner Publisher: Revell Publication Date: 2017 Format: Paperback print book Length: 294 pages OVERVIEW Sarah Hollenbeck is a divorced writer of bestselling steamy romance novels until she becomes best friends with someone who introduces her to […]

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(Book review) Probing: Harbingers: Cycle Three

Reviewed by: Rachel M. Pfeiffer, a professional writing major at Taylor University. _____________________________________________________________________________ INTRODUCTION Title: Probing: Harbingers: Cycle Three Author: Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, Alton Gansky Publisher: Bethany House Publication Date: 2017 Format: print paperback book Length: 370 pages OVERVIEW Brenda, Andi, Tank, and the Professor are a team whether they like it or not. Forces beyond […]

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(Book review) The Hidden Enemy

Reviewed by: Alyssa Roat, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: The Hidden Enemy: Aggressive Secularism, Radical Islam, and the Fight for Our Future Author: Michael Youssef Publisher: Tyndale Momentum Publication Date: March 2018 Format: Print book Length: 211 pages OVERVIEW In this book, Dr. Youssef pulls no punches. His message is clear: America is in trouble. He identifies […]

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