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The Way of the Brave (Global Search and Rescue #1)

The main characters are each carrying difficult burdens form past traumas, and the plot pushes them to face what they believe about God’s goodness as they come to terms with those traumas.

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The Happy Camper

Ultimately though, the romance and laughter are what readers are really seeking in this sort of book, and Carlson delivers plenty of both. A fun romp for readers who like inspirational fiction.

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One more river to cross

The story is compelling and the characters are well written, many will pull at your heartstrings and you will be hoping against hope for their rescues. The story itself with hold the reader’s interest until the very end, even to the author’s notes and acknowledgements.

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The moon is always round

Reviewed by: Linda Weddle, blogger, https://groundthemforlife.com/ and free-lance writer Title: The moon is always round Author: Jonathan Gibson Illustrator: Joe Hox Publisher: New Growth Press Date: 2019 Format: Hardcover Length: 32 pages OVERVIEW: This book was written for the author’s son at the loss of his baby sister. Written to help a child who has lost […]

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