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This Book is for You: Loving God’s Words in Your Actual Life

A helpful primer on the Bible, and an entertaining memoir about what we learn from it.

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The Other Side of Infamy: My Journey through Pearl Harbor and the World of War

The book charts Jim Downing’s spiritual development, from his conversion to Christianity to his leadership role within the Navigators. His anecdotes about learning to trust God instead of himself, to admit weakness, and his interesting stories about conversations with Navigator founder Dawson Trotman, are all excellent.

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Sex and the City of God: A Memoir of Love and Longing

Weber takes the orthodox Christian conclusion that sex is to take place within marriage. But like any good memoirist, she doesn’t give away her conclusions until the end. Most of the book is about how she struggled with that idea and was tempted to fight against it as a new Christian.

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Let the World See You

Rarely have I read a memoir type book like this that is written with such humility and vulnerability. Sam Acho is more than qualified to speak on this subject, but he writes each of his stories with the knowledge that God was working through him and he does nothing from his own power or fame.

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