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America: The Last Best Hope (Volume III)

America: The Last Best Hope (Volume III)

On 6/29 Jaime Thornburg wrote: Home America: The Last Best Hope June 29, 2012 at 8:17 am Leave a comment Edit This book by Bill Bennett is full of facts for a history buff. Bennett has a lot of first hand experience of the events he describes and his stories are evidence of that. He was the Secretary of Education under President ... America: The Last Best Hope

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3 Stars

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Stumbling Into Grace

Stumbling Into Grace

On 10/31 Jaime Thornburg wrote: Stumbling Into Grace can be used as a daily devotional or you can read it straight through, like I did. I laughed out loud too many times to count. Every woman should read this book! Every chapter is written like it is Harper's diary and she ties in her thoughts that day to a certain scripture passage. ... Loved It!

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5 Stars

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Treasuring Emma

Treasuring Emma

On 7/20 Jaime Thornburg wrote: Treasuring Emma by Kathleen Fuller is a story that involves heart ache, loss, love and a little mystery. I was immediately drawn into this Amish town and its characters. Even if you haven’t experienced the loss of parents and the disappointment of love like Emma, you will feel her pain and discouragement ... Treasuring Emma left me longing for a simpler life

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4 Stars

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The Seraph Seal

The Seraph Seal

On 7/1 Jaime Thornburg wrote: Home The Seraph Seal June 29, 2011 Edit I recently read “The Seraph Seal” by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner. I was super excited to find a fiction book from Booksneeze to review. I am partial to christian based fiction, but honestly, this book did not deliver for me. “The Seraph Seal” is ... Not An Easy Read

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3 Stars

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Unleashed

Unleashed

On 5/5 Jaime Thornburg wrote: The subtitle of this book tells you a little more about the premise: “Release the untamed faith within.” McManus challenges his readers to take a serious look at today’s cookie cutter Christianity. In his opinion, “the call the Christ has been repackaged to be smooth and trouble-free, filled ... A different view on the Christianity that is being mass marketed today

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4 Stars

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REGGIE

REGGIE

On 4/13 Jaime Thornburg wrote: As someone who has worked with the students in a church setting, and as someone who was a student not THAT long ago, this book does a great job of expounding on it’s title premise: you can’t change your past, but you can change your future. Dabbs does a good job of keeping the reader interested ... “Reggie: You Can’t Change Your Past, But You Can Change Your Future” by Reggie Dabbs with John Driver

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3 Stars

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The Final Summit

The Final Summit

On 4/11 Jaime Thornburg wrote: “The Final Summit” by Andy Andrews is another example of how fiction can motivate and inspire. This book follows up with David Ponder, who we met in Andrews’ book “The Traveler’s Gift,” later in life as he is charged with helping other Travelers (like Winston Churchill and Joan of Arc) save ... "The Final Summit" by Andy Andrews

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5 Stars

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We Be Big

We Be Big

On 3/28 Jaime Thornburg wrote: In “We Be Big” by Rick Burgess and Bill “Bubba” Bussey, you will get an insightful look at their journey of becoming “Rick and Bubba” and how their faith has been tested, and grown, during those times. I love that it is written as a first person account, going back and forth between Rick ... We Be Big: The Mostly True Story of How Two Kids from Calhoun County, Alabama became Rick & Bubba by Rick Burgess and Bill “Bubba” Bussey

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4 Stars

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