Tag Archives: nonfiction

I See You (How love opens our eyes to invisible people)

This book takes you in to the lives of homeless people. The author lived among them for a couple of weeks to really learn what it was like. It opened my eyes to how much I miss and overlook when I don’t pay attention to homeless or under privileged people. Terence tells the stories of these people and how to help them.

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They Called Us Love

It is the story of April Holden and how she helped the street children (mainly boys) of Africa. She gave her life to Jesus at the age of seven and knew from then on that she would be a missionary and help people. April had health issues from the beginning, but nothing held her back.

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The Complete Guide to the Prayers of Jesus: What Jesus Prayed and How It Can Change Your Life Today

Most Christians know on some level that they need to pray, but how do they do it? More specifically, how do they make it into a continual conversation with God rather than something they do every time they’re in trouble? Janet Holm McHney answer these questions and others by looking at how Jesus prayed. She goes through different moments the Gospels records Jesus praying or audibly talking to God (and in some cases God audibly talking back), and connects the attitudes present in each moment to values Christians should cultivate when praying and generally in their spiritual life.

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Did America Have a Christian Founding?

The focus of Hall’s book Did America Have a Christian Founding focuses on Christianity’s role in the founding of America. When supporting his points, Hall uses primary documents almost exclusively.

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