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reviewed Ordinary Grace. September 02
Ordinary Grace
If I could give this book a six star rating, I would. It's the best book I've read in a long time.      The backdrop of 1961 and Frank Drum is age thirteen. He's excited …
reviewed Chrystallia and The Source of Light. December 19, 2011
Chrystallia and The Source of Light
There’s a lot to say about Paul M Glaser's new novel…it's a work of art that shines with the Light in each of us! It's one of those novels you can't put down and will come …
reviewed survivors. November 09, 2011
The stock market has a total crash creating skyrocketing inflation, paper money becomes no good, gas stations run dry and nothing is as it was.      This is the scenario of "Survivors" …
reviewed Heartbreak. March 25, 2011
Broken heart is good....
This past year, I finally realized that the future can not be manipulated, bent and twisted to one's own desires...The future just happens, and all we can do is to believe that the future holds great …
reviewed Does the Soul Survive. December 31, 2010
Does the Soul Survive
   Rabbi Spitz bases his conviction that life continues after death upon nine phenomena; (1) his belief that there is a soul; (2) mental telepathy; people sensing what they can't hear or see, …
posted a Quick Tip about Gratitude Soup. September 16, 2010
Gratitude Soup
This is an absolutely wonderful book for children, which most adults could actually benefit from as well! The whimsical illustrations are so special and unique, and it teaches the lesson of gratitude …
reviewed Flaherty's Crossing. July 26, 2010
Flaherty's Crossing
Sometimes, the deepest darkest moments allow us to finally recognize the light in our lives. Only when we face our pain can we move onto something better. So it seems for Kate Flaherty.     Kate …
reviewed Letters From A Skeptic. July 03, 2010
Letters From A Skeptic
Something worse than the so-called age-gap can make the relationship between parents and children difficult, and that is none other than what I like to call the “faith-gap.” In the old times, …
reviewed Flaherty's Crossing. June 13, 2010
Flaherty's Crossing
Author Kaylin McFarren, added a personal note to the back of Flaherty's Crossing that she had started to write as personal therapy after losing her beloved Father. Readers will be happy that she took …
reviewed Christianish: What If We're Not Reall.... August 17, 2009
Christianish: What If We're Not Really Following Jesus At All by Mark Steele - Shelfari
   Christianish by Mark Steele is a book guaranteed to unsettle readers' ideas of what it means to be a Christian. Steele, a stand up comic uses his skills well in this book. Several sections …
reviewed Sacred Friendships. July 16, 2009
Sacred Friendships
Foreword to Sacred Friendships      Imagine 10,000 women lifting their hands to the God they love. Hundreds of them lining up at the altar. Some weeping. A few smiling. Many on their …
reviewed What Bothers Me Most about Christiani.... June 13, 2009
What Bothers Me Most About Christianity: Honest Re
  What Bothers Me Most About Christianity by Ed Gungor is a valuable addition to the growing genre of books by staunch Christians discussing the hard parts of faith. Gungor translates his conversational …
reviewed Henry Poole is Here. June 13, 2009
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I read a few reviews of this quirky and sweet film before renting it. Actually, I bought it based on the reviews and am glad I did. One reviewer mentioned the extreme number of introspective Luke Wilson …
reviewed Finding Faith in a Skeptical World. May 28, 2009
Chet Galaska's Finding Faith in a Skeptical World
Finding Faith in a Skeptical World by Chet Galaska is a first rate primer on the problems of faith. Galaska, a former atheist, comes at finding faith from the point of reason, explaining why belief in …
reviewed Parting the Waters: Finding Beauty in.... April 13, 2009
Parting the Waters: Finding Beauty in Brokenness
Parting the Waters by Jeanne Damoff is a beautifully written story about how God used one family's tragedy for his glory. Jacob, the author's fifteen-year-old son, nearly drowns on a youth group outing …
reviewed How Can I Run a Tight Ship When I'm S.... April 09, 2009
How Can I Run a Tight Ship When I'm Surrounded by Loose Cannons?: Proverbs 31 Discoveries for Yielding to the Master of the Seas
How Can I Run a Tight Ship When I'm Surrounded by Loose Cannons by Kathi Macias is an engaging and humorous look at one woman's lifetime quest to become the Proverbs 31 woman. I've always been a little …
reviewed Henry Poole is Here. February 05, 2009
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We have seen quite a few films that serve up certain opinions about Faith, Hope and Redemption. Quite frankly, these type of films have the very dangerous potential to be exceedingly melodramatic, with …
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