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Book Review: The One Day Way by Chantel Hobbs

All you need to lose weight is one day - really. Read More »

Book Review: The Year of Living Like Jesus: My Journey of Discovering What Jesus Would Really Do by Ed Dobson

As a spiritual memoir, it's good. As an accurate depiction of Jesus' life? Not so good. Read More »

Book Review: I Run to the Hills: Reflections on the Christian Journey by C. Maggie Woychik

Thought provoking reflections to stir the heart of Christian readers. Read More »

Book Review: Broken Walls and Those Called to Rebuild Them by Kevin D. Kirkland

An eye opening book that will awaken the apathetic part of you that needs to arise and make some changes. Read More »

Book Review: Boy-sterous Living – Celebrating Your Loud and Rowdy Life with Sons by Jean Blackmer

A brief and entertaining - if somewhat superficial - reflection upon the challenges and delights of life with boys. Read More »

Book Review: A Family Guide to the Bible by Christin Ditchfield

Ditchfield's guide to the Bible is an invaluable resource for families, 'first generation' Christians, and new believers. Read More »

Book Review: Your Best Life Begins Each Morning: Devotions to Start Every Day of the Year by Joel Osteen

Politically correct, prosperity-motivated pep talks; not much to see here. Read More »

Book Review: Breakthrough: The Return of Hope to the Middle East by Tom Doyle

There's hope for peace in the Middle East, yet it has nothing to do with diplomacy or military might. Read More »

Book Review: Religion Saves: And Nine Other Misconceptions (Re:Lit) by Mark Driscoll

Generally balanced Mark Driscoll serves up doctrinally and theologically bang on answers to commonly asked questions. Read More »

Book Review: Desire and Deceit: The Real Cost of the New Sexual Tolerance by R. Albert Mohler Jr.

Mohler tackles moral relativism in the realm of human sexuality from a Christian perspective. Read More »