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(Book review) The Missing Commandment: Love Yourself (Expanded Edition)

Reviewed by: David Sanford, Ministry Title: Lay Pastor Emeritus, Consultant, and Senior Writer for three national and international ministries Church: Spring Mountain Bible Church, 12152 SE Mather Rd., Clackamas, OR 97015 Introduction Title: The Missing Commandment: Love Yourself (Expanded Edition) Author: Jerry and Denise Basel Publisher: J & D Publications Publication Date: 2018 Format: Trade paperback book Length: 240 pages OVERVIEW Every […]

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(Book review) Faith Forward Future

Reviewed by: Lillian G. Smith, a summer professional writing student at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: Faith Forward Future Author: Chad Veach Publisher: Thomas Nelson Books Publication Date: November 28, 2017 Format: Print Book Length: 209 pages OVERVIEW This text starts slowly, the main ideas simmering below the surface, but after the book really starts rolling it proves to be a fantastic […]

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(Book review) Sensible Shoes Series: Sensible Shoes, Two Steps Forward, and Barefoot

Reviewed by:  Diane Ash,  librarian of the Federated Church of Sandwich,IL Church: Federated Church of Sandwich, 403 N. Main St.Sandwich, IL 60548 Introduction Title: Sensible Shoes Series:  Sensible Shoes, Two Steps Forward, and Barefoot Author: Sharon Garlough Brown Publisher: InterVarsity Press Publication Date: 2013-2016 Format: Print book Length: Approximately 340 pages each OVERVIEW The three books currently in this series follow the […]

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(Book review) The Dog That Saved Stewart Coolidge

Reviewed by: Sarah Burns, a summer school professional writing student in 2017 at Taylor University   Introduction Title: The Dog That Saved Stewart Coolidge Author: Jim Kraus Publisher: FaithWords Publication Date: October 2015 Format: Paperback book Length: 316 pages OVERVIEW After recently graduating from college, Stewart Coolidge finds himself working in a local grocery store in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania. His hard past has […]

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