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10 Minutes in the Word: Proverbs

10 Minutes in the Word: Proverbs

On 8/10 Matthew Howden wrote: I have had the chance to review 10 minutes in the word: Proverbs. I appreciated that I was able to read whatever translate of the Bible I wanted to use that day for the Proverbs reading. It was great that they make connects to Jesus and the New Testament. The prayers and questions at the end of each ... 10 MINUTES IN THE WORD: PROVERBS

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5 Stars

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How the Nations Rage

How the Nations Rage

On 7/11 Matthew Howden wrote: How the Nations Rage reviewJonathan Leeman in the book "How the Nations Rage" challenges people to rethink politics. Leeman takes the time to define what politics is and what God has called political leaders to do. He also helps us understand what the church is by defining what the church is to ... How the Nations Rage review

Matthew's Rating:

3 Stars

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Strange Fire

Strange Fire

On 6/7 Matthew Howden wrote: In the book Strange Fire, the author John MacArthur lays the groundwork for challenging the Charismatic church. He has seen the negative impacts the charismatic movement has had on the church. MacArthur argues that the charismatic movement has misrepresented the Holy Spirit. He calls the people ... Strange Fire review

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3 Stars

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Let Hope In

Let Hope In

On 1/8 Matthew Howden wrote: I have just had the chance to review Let Hope In by Pete Wilson. Wilson has a great way of taking us into our past and how we are shaped. He challenges us to let Christ bring us hope from our past. Out of this hope we can have a Christ-centred future. Pete has four challenges in the book to help us understand ... Let Hope In

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4 Stars

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An Amish Kitchen

An Amish Kitchen

On 9/30 Matthew Howden wrote: An Amish Kitchen is a collection of three short stories, or novellas of faith, family and love. “A Taste of Faith”, by Kelly Long is a story of the young local healer in the community, Fern Zook. She lives with her grandmother, because her parents both died from influenza at a young age. She spends ... An Amish Kitchen

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3 Stars

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Empty Promises

Empty Promises

On 11/17 Matthew Howden wrote: I just had the chance to read Pete Wilson's book empty promises. I got this book from the web site book sneeze. I enjoyed reading this book. This book talked about the idols we all face in life. Pete did a great job with bring each one to for front of the reading by adding in questions in different areas ... Pete Wilson - Empty Promises

Matthew's Rating:

5 Stars

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God Loves Broken People

God Loves Broken People

On 4/2 Matthew Howden wrote: God loves broken people God loves broken people and we need to enter into a personal relationship with Him to be healed from this brokenness. We are all broken people. This book you will hear about people's brokenness and the writers story also. Not having read or heard of this author before. I did not ... God loves broken people

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5 Stars

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The Liturgical Year

The Liturgical Year

On 3/3 Matthew Howden wrote: Drip, drip, drip I have just finished reading the Liturgical Year. I did not grow up in a church that used the liturgical caldenar however the churches I did work at did celebrate Advent by lighting candles and talking about the coming of Christ as a baby. We also celebrated Good Friday and Easter. One ...

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5 Stars

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