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Beyond Valor: A World War II Story of Extraordinary Heroism, Sacrificial Love, and a Race Against Time

So many singular stories of great heroism get lost to time. This book isolates a moment when one man, a Christian who constantly prayed for God’s guidance and help, did something beyond the call of duty. It’s a fascinating read from beginning to end.

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Twice Rescued Child

This book is very detail-oriented, with much attention to setting, specifically concerning the towns and cities Thomas traveled among throughout his life. This makes for a slower, more careful read. Thomas selected the details and events that would make his life story flow and shine in this book, giving the reader a close, intricate view of his life-long endeavor for Christ.

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Why I Still Believe

Why I Still Believe provides a much-needed reconciliation between Christ and some of the actions of His followers. The biography unabashedly explores Sharp’s experiences as a new Christian in a church that is less than welcoming as well as her resulting doubts, frustrations, mistakes, and revelations.

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Lamp to My Feet (Ordinary Man Trilogy #3)

Frances Smith (née Chapman) aims for an interesting hybrid, part biography and part novel. She tries to tell her and her husband’s stories as truly as possible, with occasional fictional details to fill in the gaps.

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