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Bridge to Haven

(Book Review) Bridge to Haven by Francine Rivers

It’s been a long time since 1950s Hollywood starlet Lena Scott felt like she fit in anywhere. Abandoned by her birth mother as a newborn, then by her adoptive family…

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My Amish Boyfriend

(Book Review) My Amish Boyfriend By Melody Carlson

Shannon McNamara has some pretty exciting plans for the summer: getting her license and a job and even a butterfly tattoo. But her mother is very ill and on the last day of school, Shannon’s interfering but well-meaning apartment neighbor drops a bomb.

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Plain Faith

(Book Review) Plain Faith: A true story of tragedy, loss, and leaving the Amish by Ora-Jay and Irene Eash with Tricia Goyer

The Eash family lost two daughters in a tragic buggy accident, one that the father feels is his fault. This book relates their journey starting from that loss that eventually takes them to leaving the Amish and giving their hearts to the Lord.

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Loving Life

(Book Review) A Loving Life: In a World of Broken Relationships by Paul E. Miller

Reciprocating someone else’s love is easy, but loving without reward, without proof of reciprocation, and without the acknowledgment of sacrifices being made is difficult. Miller provides an in-depth study of the book of Ruth to define what it really means to have hesed love – a steadfast, one-way love. His underlying comparison is how Christ loves sinners even when they show no love for him.

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