The Answer to Anxiety by Joyce Meyer Book Review
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We know we will have problems because we live in a sinful world. Meyer says if we learn to deal with the daily troubles quickly, we will not develop anxiety disorders. She learned the importance of this when, near the end of 2017, she became very ill because of stress. That experience was a turning point in her life, she says. Meyer bases her book on Philippians 4:6-7. She gives four commands from that passage: We are not to be anxious We are to pray We are to be thankful We are to enjoy peace. She gives good strategy for each of those points with practical suggestions for dealing with worr ..read more
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Murder At An Irish Castle by Ellie Brannigan Book Review
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About the Book: Rodeo Drive bridalwear designer Rayne McGrath expected her thirtieth birthday to start with a power lunch and end with champagne, lobster, and a diamond engagement ring from her fiancé. Instead, flat-broke and busted, she’s on a plane to Ireland where she discovers that she’s inherited a run-down family castle. Uncle Nevin’s will contains a few caveats—for example, if Rayne doesn’t turn McGrath Castle around within a year, the entire village will be financially destroyed. With the fate of the town in her hands, and rumors that Rayne’s uncle’s death wasn’t actually an accide ..read more
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Free Indeed by Doc Roberts and Jeff Weiss
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About the Book: Free Indeed is a lifelong Biblical structured program that explains our sinful, nature and how we can become FREE INDEED from this nature through Jesus Christ. This title is used in Tennessee's prison system ministries and with many other groups and organizations. My Review: The authors have created a ten lesson program with a view to leading people to Christ, the only One who can set people free. This workbook is good for people unfamiliar with Christian belief or who are new Christians wanting to understanding the basics. The lessons cover the main concepts, such as the sinf ..read more
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Why Do You Call Me Good? by Dory Alonzo and Stella Tumanguil Book Review
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About the book: Is it possible for us to be good yet be lost forever? What sort of goodness will assure us a place in heaven? Be captivated with the allegorical story of Lost—an exceptional doctor who loves helping others, but her self-reliant ways make her unable to see her own spiritual lack, more so her need for Christ. There are millions of successful and well-meaning people out there who are genuinely kind, churchgoing, law-abiding. Many of them hear God’s word but do not receive; they go on with life convinced that their souls are saved. What does God's word say about those whose fa ..read more
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The Master's Inn by Deb Gorman Book Review
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About the Book Book: The Master’s Inn Author: Deb Gorman Genre: Christian Fiction Release date: October 15, 2022 A novel of human brokenness and God’s still-unfolding drama of redemption. When two dysfunctional and wounded families wind up unexpectedly at the remote Master’s Inn during a December snowstorm, it’s up to owners Tom and Barb Masters to help—except they’re dealing with their own bitter issues. As the winter snowfall confines them, the three families find themselves coping with their crippled relationships and hard emotions . . . and sometimes tearing one another d ..read more
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What Happens Next by Christina Suzann Nelson Book Review
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About the Book: Popular podcaster and ex-reporter Faith Byrne made a name for herself telling stories of greatness after tragedy--but her real life does not mirror the stories she tells. While her daughters spend the summer in Hawaii with her ex-husband and his new wife, she must manage life on her own. All of that changes when she's asked to spotlight her childhood best friend's missing person case on her podcast. Dora Crane has never accepted that her younger daughter could be dead, keeping her home looking the same as when her daughter disappeared. But when her husband leaves her and h ..read more
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Barking Up the Wrong Tree by Janice Thompson Book Review
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About the Book Book: Barking Up the Wrong Tree Author: Janice Thompson Genre:Christian Fiction / Mystery / Romance Release date: January 1, 2023 Inquisitive, detail-oriented, Veterinarian Kristin Keller prides herself on winning over any dog. But has this self-proclaimed dog whisperer finally met her match in a Sheltie named Remington who has just won the Texas state agility course competition? The champion pooch is acting out of sorts—almost as if he is not the same dog. Has he, by chance, been switched out with another dog just before the next big competition? Kristin and the oth ..read more
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Grace in the Gray by Mike Donehey Book Review
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Donehey is a musician. He shares lessons he has learned from collaborating and critiquing. He gives plenty of personal examples to illustrate his teaching. His personal stories are many and long. I have to admit I skimmed through some of them to get to the point. He has a good sense of humor as the exploding blender story testifies. The book is more in the light hearted sense rather than rigorous teaching and may well appeal to younger readers rather than older ones used to more straight forward instruction. Topics covered include forgiveness, unconditional love, parenting, who the real enemi ..read more
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The Greenleaf Murders by R J Koreto Book Review
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  The Greenleaf Murders by R.J. Koreto January 23 - February 17, 2023 Virtual Book Tour Synopsis: Young architect Wren Fontaine lands her dream job: restoring Greenleaf House, New York's finest Gilded-Age mansion, to its glory days. But old homes have old secrets: Stephen Greenleaf—heir to what’s left of his family’s legacy—refuses to reveal what his plans are once the renovation is completed. And still living in a corner of the home is Stephen's 90-year-old Aunt Agnes who's lost in the past, brooding over a long-forgotten scandal while watching Wren with mistrust. Wren's job becomes ..read more
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The Devil You Know by P J Tracy Book Review
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About the Book: Darkness is nothing new to LAPD Detective Margaret Nolan, but in P.J. Tracy’s The Devil You Know, even she isn’t prepared for the scandalous deception of deadly proportions that shakes the very foundation of Hollywood and its untouchables…and leaves her entangled in its rotten core. Los Angeles has many faces: the real LA where regular people live and work, the degenerate underbelly of any big city, and the rarefied world of wealth, power, and celebrity. LAPD Detective Margaret Nolan’s latest case plunges her into this insular realm of privilege, and gives her a glimps ..read more
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