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Tithing

Tithing

On 1/19 Chelsea Hubbard wrote: A Different Read On Tithing This is a review of Douglas Leblanc’s book on Tithing. This book is part of Thomas Nelson’s Publishing Company’s Ancient Practices Series and was provided free of charge thru Booksneeze. Tithing was not presented as part of a biblically based study, but rather ...

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2 Stars

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Fasting

Fasting

On 1/4 Chelsea Hubbard wrote: This is a review of Scot McKnight's book on Fasting. This book is part of the Thomas Nelson Publishing Company's Ancient Practices series and was provided to me free of charge by Booksneeze. The topic of fasting was presented in a thought-provoking manner. The author introduced the topic by defining ... A thought-provoking book on fasting

Chelsea's Rating:

4 Stars

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Outlive Your Life

Outlive Your Life

On 12/17 Chelsea Hubbard wrote: Max Lucado’s book, Out Live Your Life, focused upon stories from the first twelve books of Acts as a model for change. The charge that Jesus gave the disciples to go and change the world serves as one of the main tenets of this text. Throughout this book, Mr. Lucado emphasizes that God calls regular ... A Charge To Live and Make A Difference

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4 Stars

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Illegals

Illegals

On 11/17 Chelsea Hubbard wrote: This is a review of a book written by Darrell Ankarlo entitled, "Illegals: The Unacceptable Cost of America's Failure To Control Its Borders". I received this book to review free of charge from BookSneeze. This book is an eye-opening narrative about the impact that the lack of border security is having ...

Chelsea's Rating:

4 Stars

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Walk Like You Have Somewhere to Go

Walk Like You Have Somewhere to Go

On 9/1 Chelsea Hubbard wrote: This book was filled with practical advice about life, family, love, motherhood, and the importance of a relationship with God. Lucille O'Neal provided a relatively unobstructed look at her life experiences and shared her wisdom acquired from the school of hardknocks. Her book is filled with practical, ... Interesting book...practical advice

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4 Stars

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