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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) Journey to 50: How to Live with Gratitude, Grace, and the Effects of Gravity

Reviewed by:  Angie Knight, wife and mom in Upland, Indiana, and an active freelance writer Introduction Title: Journey to 50: How to Live with Gratitude, Grace, and the Effects of Gravity Author: Laurie Russell Publisher: Elevate Faith Publication Date: 2016 Format: Hardbound, Paperback, and Ebook Length: 259 pages OVERVIEW The 14 chapters of this book are divided into five sections: Overwhelmed […]

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(Book review) You Can Do This: Seizing the Confidence God Offers

Reviewed by: Jaci Gorrell, professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: You Can Do This: Seizing the Confidence God Offers Author: Tricia Lott Williford Publisher: NavPress Publication Date: June 2017 Format: Print Book Length: 205 pages OVERVIEW          With just 11 words, You Can Do This begins with a powerful invitation.             “I’d like to invite you to stop being unhappy with yourself.”             In […]

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(Book review) Here Goes Nothing: An Introvert’s Reckless Attempt to Love Her Neighbor

Reviewed by: Rachel M. Pfeiffer, a Professional Writing student at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Here Goes Nothing: An Introvert’s Reckless Attempt to Love Her Neighbor Author: Kendra Broekhuis Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: February 28, 2017 Format: Hardcover book Length: 273 pages OVERVIEW Kendra Broekhuis is an introvert, so when she feels challenged to show love to her neighbors after she […]

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