Reviews by Ellen Steen
On 1/12 Ellen Steen wrote: Another BookSneeze review. This time on "Then Sings My Soul", vol 3. At church, do you sing the songs, unsure of whether you are singing the right words? Or, do you ever wonder how the song ever came about. Would you love to be able to play the music at home on your own instrument and with your family? ... Then Sings My Soul...
On 12/31 Ellen Steen wrote: I recently received and read Ascent from Darkness by Michael Leehan. It's a personal account of a man who was a self-proclaimed soldier for Satan and how he was released from that by the power of God. As a regular reader, it's an interesting read. Some of Leehan's experiences are vivid -- to the point ... Book Review: Ascent from Darkness
On 11/5 Ellen Steen wrote: As a BookSneezer, I get free books on the promise to review them. For this book, my husband actually read it and did the review -- as I was busy with another "fight" -- being pregnant and delivering our second baby boy! :) Here's his review: The Fight of Our Lives clearly articulates its main points: ... Book Review: The Fight of Our Lives
On 6/1 Ellen Steen wrote: I'm submitting a book review on "Reggie, You Can't Change Your Past, but You Can Change Your Future" for BookSneeze. I was excited to read this book as it was generating a lot of positive feedback and bottom Line: This book was fantastic and it delivered. Overall, the book is part memoir, part inspiration/self-help ... Book Review: Reggie
On 4/7 Ellen Steen wrote: Previously having been introduced to Randy Alcorn's “Heaven”, I anticipated reading “A Conversation with God” by Alton Gansky. Both books are similar in that they attempt to answer those real and honest questions that most believers have, such as “what is heaven like”? Or, “what's God's ... A Conversation with God: Book Review
On 3/1 Ellen Steen wrote: I recently just read, The Map, by David Murrow (author of Why Men Hate Going to Church). And I have to say, for a book "geared" for guys, this gal really enjoyed it and sees its relevance and application to a number of different situations. In response to Murrow's realization that churches all over have ... The Map