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Our Favorite Sins

Our Favorite Sins

On 4/17 Rich Cheek wrote: Hunter examines the misplaced priorities and riotous desires that foster temptation. Not all wants are temptations, he says; only when desire matches offer does temptation arise. In other words, I'm not tempted by Las Vegas indulgences or plush circumstances, as some people are, but I am tempted to stay ... Need for Discipline

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4 Stars

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The Jesus We Missed

The Jesus We Missed

On 2/10 Rich Cheek wrote: Patrick Henry Reardon delivers yet another compelling, thought-provoking read.The Jesus we missed is a christian based book by author Patrick Henry Reardon. The book is a someone challenging read, not in words but in content. However I would recommend the books. It is just a lot to swallow at times. ... matchless-grace.com/jesuswemissed

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5 Stars

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I Am a Follower

I Am a Follower

On 1/30 Rich Cheek wrote: Leonard Sweet has been a favorite author of mine for many years. Favorite because he's usually right about the direction the church is heading. I have read many of the leadership "guides" that Sweet references in his analysis. Books about corporate culture and translating those into church culture. This ... Len Sweet Follower

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5 Stars

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The Grace of God

The Grace of God

On 1/19 Rich Cheek wrote: Stanley starts from the beginning, at Creation, to tell an amazing story of God’s grace through many familiar stories of Scripture. Reading this book will open your eyes to new aspects of many of the well-known Old Testament and New Testament stories. Stanley has a knack for seeing the big picture ... Grace Explained

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5 Stars

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Transforming Church in Rural America

Transforming Church in Rural America

On 1/8 Rich Cheek wrote: All Churches are not the same. Shannon O'Dell does a masterful job of helping you to evaluate the local, rural church and the specific obstacles and blessings that come with it. This book will show you, not only through experience, but from scriptural examples as well, how to tranform a church in ... Rural Church Truths

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5 Stars

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The Gospel According to Jesus

The Gospel According to Jesus

On 1/8 Rich Cheek wrote: Chris Seay provides thoughtful, contemporary insight for Christians in the modern world. Chris Seay's writing style is easy to read, full of personal stories that illustrate his message, and challenges many common misconceptions in Christian culture regarding what the gospel of Jesus is (and isn't). ... Gospel According to Jesus

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4 Stars

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