Reviews by Noreen Radcliff
On 1/16 Noreen Radcliff wrote: When I downloaded this cookbook, I was excited! I love to cook (and eat of course) and I looked forward to perusing it and trying something. When I downloaded this cookbook, I was excited! I love to cook (and eat of course) and I looked forward to perusing it and trying something. I have enjoyed ... I was excited to review this book-post by Love2read5683
On 6/19 Noreen Radcliff wrote: I came to this book with the idea to learn some things I could use to help a friend of mine. By the time I finished, it was I who was helped. This book focuses on ten lies we tell ourselves that are barriers to healing and what can be done to counteract each lie. There are workbook "assignments" ... Unintentional results...
On 4/12 Noreen Radcliff wrote: I have to confess that I approached the book What In The World Is Going On? By Dr. David Jeremiah with a distinctly skeptical mind set. I was ready to discount it as so much supposed prophetic gibberish. Instead, I found that it was a well considered and thoroughly researched commentary on current ... What In The World Is Going On?
On 7/31 Noreen Radcliff wrote: Strongholds keep us from being a blessing and receiving a blessing. There are six marks of strongholds he enumerates: ... Christ has said that He brings abundant life, but if there is something preventing you from living an abundant life, you owe it to yourself to buy this book and find out some steps ... You Too Can Be Free
On 12/15 Noreen Radcliff wrote: What a powerful book! This book should bolster your faith that God is alive and still at work in the world, achieving His purposes. Kabul 24 is a book about the kidnapping and "detaining" of eight multinational humanitarian aid workers from Shelter Now International and 16 of their Afghan workers. ... Hope In The Dungeon
On 7/4 Noreen Radcliff wrote: This sounds like it would be quite an interesting book doesn't it? It has a catchy title and was written by a former mob boss. In truth it seemed somewhat cliche and at times read like a movie script, with mobster anecdotes and phrases.he premise is to compare two philosophies of life and how they apply ... Common but fun.
On 5/18 Noreen Radcliff wrote: I have to admit, I was pretty skeptical about this book. Even though the author Andy Stanley was quite emphatic in his insistence that it was not a self help book or a step by step guide to a good life, I had my doubts. The basic premise behind this work is that there is a path that everyone is on and ... The Principle of the Path
On 4/27 Noreen Radcliff wrote: The latest book I have read for review is The Noticer by Andy Andrews. It is about an old drifter named Jones who goes around a southern town, showing up when villagers are at a crossroads. He provides hope where it is thought there is none. He provides "perspective" as he puts it. The book is well ... The Noticer
On 4/13 Noreen Radcliff wrote: Do not read this book if you want to stay comfortable and in a bubble of the status quo. This is a disturbing book, yet it is one that should be required for every comfortable person who calls themselves a Christian. At some point while you are reading this book you must make a decision to ignore what ... Do not read this book...
On 2/23 Noreen Radcliff wrote: I just finished the book Christianity In Crisis-21st Century by Hank Hanegraaff. It was somewhat of an eye opener, tho for years I have wondered about some of the people featured in this book. This is a book chronicling the unbiblical teachings of some popular preachers in the so called Faith Movement. ... Christianity In Crisis