Reviews by Blerkz
On 6/20 Blerkz wrote: -(…and those who pretend they’re not.) A very recommended read if you’re in a rough patch, seeking to find the reassurance of Christ’s love and power for you to bring you through. Sheila Walsh shares her own personal stories and fears honestly, as well as some others, effectively conveying ... God Loves Broken People–Sheila Walsh
On 5/19 Blerkz wrote: I was very interested in G.K. Chesterton and his works, so when I came upon this book on BookSneeze, I seized upon the chance to review it. However, this book proved to be quite a disappointment to me. It was lengthy and verbose, too scholarly to actually interest people who aren’t already avid fans ... Defiant Joy
On 1/1 Blerkz wrote: By Dr. David Jeremiah. When I first received this book, I thought it would be one of those feel-good theology books. You know, those “God will prosper you no matter what, don’t worry”. But no, this book soberly faces reality, and counsels you on the best course of action---setting your mind on ... Living With Confidence In A Chaotic World – What on Earth Should We Do Now?
On 9/7 Blerkz wrote: The Butterfly Effect, by Andy Andrews, is short; but the message it brings is profound and inspiring. The Butterfly Effect seeks to help us see the big picture, that everything you do will impact something or the other, with beautiful pictures and colorful pages, in a way suitable to people who are older ... The Butterfly Effect: How Your Life Matters, by Andy Andrews
On 8/15 Blerkz wrote: by Ravi Zacharias and his global team of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries---Alister McGrath, John Lennox…. Why should youths, even youths, be equipped to defend their faith? What are the challenges atheism and postmodernism pose and how do we face them? Why does God allow evil and suffering? ... Beyond Opinion – Living the Faith We Defend
On 6/28 Blerkz wrote: The Dad’s Bible (New Century Version) by Thomas Nelson Publishers is good for fathers, and fathers-to-be, as it provides many practical notes and commentaries to be applied in bringing up children to fear the Lord. It even provides a Q & A section at the back, providing answers to common questions ... NCV’s Dad’s Bible – The Father’s Plan
On 6/8 Blerkz wrote: The full title is actually ‘Jesus Manifesto, restoring the Supremacy and Sovereignty of Jesus Christ’. Nowadays, the Church is more interested in things like campaigns, events, causes, or even evangelizing, than Jesus Christ himself. Though the things stated above aren’t bad things, they are ... Jesus Manifesto by Leonard Sweet & Frank Viola