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The Tallest of Smalls

The Tallest of Smalls

On 2/6 Amy Armour wrote: Since the beginning with our children we have taught them gently that being with the ‘cool crowd’ is not always the best way to go of it. Trying so hard to fit in with some others just will drain your energy and leave you feeling empty. Using this book, ‘The Tallest of smalls’ by Max Lucado,I ... Great Encouragement for kids

Amy's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Noticer

The Noticer

On 10/14 Amy Armour wrote: I enjoyed this book because it was a quick read. Although it was quick, it certainly stayed with you for a while afterward. A lot of people can relate to the husband and wife, Barry and Jan Hanson. How many families would be saved if a *Jones* came through their lives and had a cup of coffee with ... It's a matter of Perspective

Amy's Rating:

4 Stars

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Fearless

Fearless

On 9/8 Amy Armour wrote: Wasn’t sure what to expect about the new book from Max Lucado.  All his books are good.  If you haven’t read, “and the angels were silent”…please do.  It’s next on my list to re-read. Life is so interesting isn’t it?  The economy, work (or lack thereof), ... Fearless

Amy's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Principle of the Path (Hardcover)

The Principle of the Path (Hardcover)

On 8/10 Amy Armour wrote: I found this book to be a great read right from the start. This is one that will challenge you to follow your path. It's laid out for you. It's designed by your God. It 's up to you to follow it. So often we get side tracked with the *business* of life. Just making it through our busy days. We ... The Path

Amy's Rating:

4 Stars

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Christianity in Crisis: The 21st Century

Christianity in Crisis: The 21st Century

On 4/3 Amy Armour wrote: I was so happy to receive this book in the mail. I was a bit worried since it is over 300 pages. But once I got started, I couldn’t put it down. It went into the definintion of cults in the beginning, something I was interested in. Then into the *cast of characters*. Putting names out there like ... Crisis in Christianity

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4 Stars

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