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A Million Little Ways {book review and give-away}

Author: Emily P. Freeman Publisher: Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group Have you bought into a lie that you are not creative because you can’t put things on your mantlepiece with style? No one is pinning your artwork? You can’t carry a tune in a bucket? You’re just a mom/secretary/teacher/lab technician/___________? The truth is […]

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A Week of Reviews

I am sitting here with my ipad and my pc, both of which are giving me every kind of grief imaginable. I am doing my utmost to get a whole week of review and give-away items up here on the old blog and neither machine is being very cooperative! Welcome to my week in reviews! […]

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Return to Me {A Review}

A broken people who feel they’ve been forgotten by their God. A broken down city and temple. And a promise. That promise is finally being fulfilled but at what cost? Iddo’s family is going back to Jerusalem after all these years, just like the prophets said, but not all of his family has come, just […]

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Review: Angels in the Fire

Dann and Tracey Stadler aren’t your every day couple. They have endured enormous heartbreak and tragedy and yet are a testimony to God’s grace. Angels in the Fire is the story of their incredible rescue. Rather than taking their lives in a head-on collision, an incredible rescue has enabled them to continue to tell the […]

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Book Review: {Deadly Devotion}

Sandra Orchard’s new book Deadly Devotion‘s plot line is focused on tea, truth and it’s set in Canada AND it’s a mystery – what’s not to like!!?  I can’t help but endorse a fellow Canadian, however, you’ll want to grab a copy of the book for some great pool-side reading this summer! Kate Adams is […]

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Review: {Stealing the Preacher}

I have to admit I picked Stealing the Preacher because of the title.  It caught my interest and I decided to review it even though I’m not much of a romance reader.  I do like things set in history and Stealing the Preacher is in the heart of the wild west and my husband is […]

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