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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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(Book review) FROM SINGLE TO SERIOUS: Relationships, Gender, and Sexuality on Evangelical Campuses

   An evangelical college campus is a mosaic of conflicting ideals, especially concerning sexuality. Peers at secular schools say sex activity is casual. Christian professors say sex is holy and restrained. Parents say premarital sex is prohibited altogether. The mixing of these ideals results in a confused, conflicted student body. So, how are relationships approached by students who attend evangelical universities?

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(Book review) Building the Body: 12 Characteristics of a Fit Church

What does it mean to be physically “healthy?” What about “fit?” Is there a difference between the two? These are the questions McIntosh and Stevenson explore in this book.

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(Book review) The Hidden Side

Told from the perspectives of the three women, this book is thrilling, tender, and often heart-wrenching. The plot is gripping, capturing the reader in two stories more than two hundred years apart.

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