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Be the People

Be the People

On 8/25 Kate Siegel wrote: I began reading this book fully expecting it to really speak to me and inspire me since I myself am rather conservative politically and religiously and I figured that my sensibilities would align well with Prof. Swain's. And they did, to a large degree, with the exception that I tend to be more egalitarian ... Be the People by Carol M. Swain, PhD

Kate's Rating:

3 Stars

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Max On Life

Max On Life

On 5/27 Kate Siegel wrote: Max Lucado has been a tremendous inspiration to me since Christianity found me again and held onto my soul for dear life only a few years ago. When I had finally decided to set foot in a church for the first time in over a decade they handed me a "gift package".  It had chocolates, a welcome ... Max on Life: Answers and Insights to Your Most Important Questions by Max Lucado

Kate's Rating:

4 Stars

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Eat Your Peas, Daughter

Eat Your Peas, Daughter

On 4/6 Kate Siegel wrote: This is such a cute little book. I read it with my 7 year old daugther and she absolutely loved it. It's easy enough for a 7 year old to understand and deep enough for a teen or adult to appreciate. It is a wonderful gift that any daughter can treasure for a lifetime. This book is cute, thoughtful, ... Eat Your Peas Daughter by Cheryl and Mom Karpen

Kate's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Jesus Inquest

The Jesus Inquest

On 3/10 Kate Siegel wrote: The Jesus Inquest: The Case for and Against the Resurrection of the Christ attempts to provide an even-handed examination of the arguments on both sides of the Resurrection debate.  Charles Foster, a barrister (criminal-lawyer) and writer uses his legal experience to present the arguments both against ... The Jesus Inquest: The Case for and Against the Resurrection of the Christ

Kate's Rating:

3 Stars

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Unto the Hills: A Daily Devotional

Unto the Hills: A Daily Devotional

On 12/29 Kate Siegel wrote: I had never really read a daily devotional before so the opportunity to review a devotional written by one of the most influential Christians of my life time was pretty exciting.   This was everything I had hoped it would be.  It's simple yet powerful with the classic Billy Graham insight ... Unto the Hills by Billy Graham

Kate's Rating:

5 Stars

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Start! The Bible for New Believers, NKJV

Start! The Bible for New Believers, NKJV

On 12/1 Kate Siegel wrote: Start! The Bible for New Beginners is a New King James version Bible edited by Greg Laurie.  From the perpsective of a relatively new believer, Start! has many things going for it.   To start with, the New King James version is easier to understand and follow along with than a standard ... Start! The Bible for New Believers by Greg Laurie

Kate's Rating:

4 Stars

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Outlive Your Life

Outlive Your Life

On 11/3 Kate Siegel wrote: I'm going to be honest and say that this was definately one of my favorite books.   Max Lucado uses the Book of Acts as a challenge to Christians everywhere to make the most out of our lives but making ... Outlive Your Life by Max Lucado

Kate's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect

On 9/15 Kate Siegel wrote: Let me start of by saying this is a very short book. It took me approximately 10 minutes to read the whole thing. But sometimes good things come in small packages. The book starts out telling the story of Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, a college professor and colonel in the Union Army during the Civil ... Short but Sweet

Kate's Rating:

4 Stars

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The Jesus You Can't Ignore

The Jesus You Can't Ignore

On 8/7 Kate Siegel wrote: The Jesus You Can't Ignore is a refreshing new look at Jesus and how he dealt with those who were working against God.   Jesus has, in modern times, been portrayed as "politically correct", meak, passive, and as someone who was about avoiding conflict instead of engaging in it.   ... The Jesus You Can't Ignore by John MacArthur

Kate's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Portable Patriot

The Portable Patriot

On 7/3 Kate Siegel wrote: Description: The American soul was forged in the smithy of the spoken word and printed page. Our reliance on the word goes back to the Pilgrims and the Mayflower Compact. It continues through the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution of the United States, and the ... The Portable Patriot

Kate's Rating:

4 Stars

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Captivating (Revised and Expanded)

Captivating (Revised and Expanded)

On 5/24 Kate Siegel wrote: "Life is harsh on the heart of a girl. And a woman. Remember your fairy tales-the villian always goes after the Beauty.  The story of your life is the story of the long and sustained assault on your heart by the one who knows who you could be-and fears you. But every store also has a Hero.  ... Captivating (Revised and Expanded) by John and Stasi Eldredge

Kate's Rating:

4 Stars

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The Revolutionary Paul Revere

The Revolutionary Paul Revere

On 4/9 Kate Siegel wrote: "The Revolutionary Paul Revere starts at a gallop and never slows down. Escape into Revere’s adventure-filled life: from childhood through the French and Indian War; from the military occupation of Boston through Revere’s part in the Boston Massacre trial; from his role in the Boston Tea Party through ... Book Review: The Revolutionary Paul Revere by Joel Miller

Kate's Rating:

5 Stars

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