Reviews by nanreflections
On 6/15 nanreflections wrote: REGGIE: You Can't Change Your Past, but You Can Change Your Future is the autobiography of a man who finds out as a young boy that his is adopted. This information devastates him as a boy, but he comes out of it as a young man and eventually becomes a Christian speaker to the youth in schools and other ... It's okay
On 4/21 nanreflections wrote: Max answers questions received in letters, e-mails, and phone calls primarily on topics like God, spirituality, faith, salvation, forgiveness, fear, prayer, healing, and death. He tells you in the introduction that many of the answers appeared in earlier books, which he has done before. That doesn't ... Max On Life by Max Lucado
On 4/12 nanreflections wrote: Time with God for Mothers I had the opportunity to review this beautiful little devotional. It has wonderful flowers on the cover and throughout all the pages. There are 90+ devotionals covering all sorts of topics; they didn't seem to miss one that I can see. There is a "Presented To" page just ... You'll Want This Book!
On 4/11 nanreflections wrote: The Final Summit David Ponder is back from The Travelers Gift, and with no small task at hand. David is chosen as the leader of all the Travelers as they are convened in place (we assume it's heaven), to answer the one question that will save all of humanity: What does humanity need to do, individually ... You Won't Regret This Purchase!
On 2/15 nanreflections wrote: Posted February 15, 2011, 4:09 PM EST: This book is not what I expected. It's not just another book on prayer as every author seems compelled to put out these days. I am glad I read it, and while it's not a concept I'm going to adopt, I think there are some who could find it helpful and even fruitful. ... Book Review
On 9/25 nanreflections wrote: Good Morning, Lord: I Don't Know Where You're Going Today, But I'm Going with You by Sheila Walsh is cute on a couple of levels - to look at and to feel. Also, the pages inside are nicely decorated. This devotional for women has two pages per day where you can read a short story that starts out with ... Good Morning, Lord: I Don't Know Where You're Going Today, But I'm Going with You
On 9/11 nanreflections wrote: This is a beautiful, wonderful book that can be kept in your own library, used as a coffee table book, or given as a special gift. It is full of fantastic images taken from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, and credit is given to God through quotes by Christian writers or using scripture. I think this ... The Heavens Proclaim His Glory
On 9/11 nanreflections wrote: Max Lucado's new book takes the reader through the book of Acts. We learn to challenge ourselves as Christians and the Church to reach out to others that we come into contact with. The book's proceeds are 100% donated, which is very admirable. It is written with Max Lucado style, but in the case of this ... Outlive Your Life
On 9/7 nanreflections wrote: The Butterfly Effect really gives you something to think about in your own life. It tells the story of how one man's decision affected the outcome of the Civil War, but backing up even further than that, how decisions were made before his life and generation that affected him. The question becomes: ... The Butterfly Effect
On 8/10 nanreflections wrote: Sandi opens the book with her account of going through a visit to the bariatric surgeon's office and you think the whole book is going to be on that topic. Thankfully, it's not! When I chose the book by it's title, I had hoped for something more spiritual and got it. She defines the word edge as "the ... The Edge of the Divine
On 7/10 nanreflections wrote: What a wonderful book! It was enjoyable and interesting to read. It was also quick reading - I finished it in 2 days. Max Lucado is a superb author; teaching you something all the time. Cast of Characters is a compilation of his writings and I want to read every book those writings come from. He tells ... CAST OF CHARACTERS by Max Lucado
On 6/28 nanreflections wrote: This book peaks your interest from the dust jacket and inside cover with the many, many pictures of people, which turn out to be subjects of John's research, all the way through the end of the book. John offers valuable insights to becoming better communicators as well as better listeners. No matter ... EVERYONE COMMUNICATES FEW CONNECT