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The Love Note

Willa finds a love note in her desk, but who was it from and who was it for? Not her. She takes a job as a nurse at Crestwicke Manor where the desk had came from. Will she find the writer of the letter or who it was meant for?

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Another Gospel? : A Lifelong Christian Seeks Truth in Response to Progressive Christianity

While the book’s not contextual enough to work as an analysis of progressive Christianity, Childers does a fine job of summarizing progressive objections, the classic answers, and showing the personal angle in apologetics.

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Fragments of light

Told in two time periods, modern day and war torn France, Phoenix does an outstanding job of drawing readers into Ceelie and Darlene’s stories as well as Darlene’s father, Cal.

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Next Steps: You’ve Accepted Jesus. Now What?

In Next Steps, the author unpacks the basics of Christianity, addressing the spiritual concerns that girls need to know as they begin their spiritual journeys.

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