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Just Let Go

Quinn Collins thinks her dreams are coming true. She has finally bought the flower shop in a little Michigan town that once belonged to her mother before she left twenty years ago and never returned. Now she just needs to win a prestigious flower competition to prove herself to her mother, the judge. But with all she needs to do, she’s in way over her head.

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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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(Book review) The Prince Warriors

The book begins with four kids facing tough situations in a real (contemporary) world. Then they’re mysteriously taken to another place (Ahoratos). Once there, they meet their guide, Ruwach, and are given armor to fight the enemy as they face a series of difficulties.

A unique aspect of the book (not a spoiler) is the kids going back to the their real-life circumstances and putting into practice what they have learned.

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(Book review) The Golden Vial: Book Three of Legends of the Realm

Reviewed by: Alyssa Roat, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: The Golden Vial: Book Three of Legends of the Realm Author: Thomas Locke Publisher: Revell Publication Date:  2018 Format: Print book Length:293 pages OVERVIEW Dally is just a normal village servant—with untold magical powers. In the third book of the Legends of the Realm series, the realm is under […]

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