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The Separatists

The Separatists

On 8/4 Jeff Randleman wrote: In the past, I have read and reviewed several books by Lis Wiehl, and I have been impressed. The latest addition to my library is no exception, and may be the biggest nailbiter yet. The Separatists is the third installment in Wiehl’s Newsmaker series. It is by far the best of the three, and I thoroughly ... Book Review – The Separatists by Lis Wiehl

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5 Stars

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The Way of the Dragon or the Way of the Lamb

The Way of the Dragon or the Way of the Lamb

On 7/5 Jeff Randleman wrote: My initial thoughts upon picking up this book for the first time were, “What in the world could this possibly have for me?” Power struggles are not something I deal with, either in the church or in my own personal life, to any great degree. So I was less than enthused going into this book. However, ... Book Review – The Way Of The Dragon Or The Way Of The Lamb by Jamin Goggin & Kyle Strobel

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5 Stars

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Some Small Magic

Some Small Magic

On 5/27 Jeff Randleman wrote: I love a good story with an intricate plot. If it has a good plot twist, so much the better. And if the plot twist is so sublime that I don’t notice it until well into the story, that’s when it’s the best. That was the case with the plot in Some Small Magic, by Billy Coffey. I wasn’t sure about ... Book Review – Some Small Magic by Billy Coffey

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The Angels' Share

The Angels' Share

On 3/1 Jeff Randleman wrote: Mystery and suspense fiction are some of my favorite kinds of fiction. And while The Angels’ Share isn’t necessarily suspense, it will keep you reading until you finish the book. Set in the early 1930s, after World War 1 and Prohibition have ended, The Angels’ Share is the story of a young man ... Book Review – The Angels’ Share by James Markert

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5 Stars

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A Harvest of Thorns

A Harvest of Thorns

On 2/19 Jeff Randleman wrote: I love reading a good legal thriller. It’s one of my favorite genres, and I have found several authors that I really enjoy. When I saw A Harvest Of Thorns, is seemed to be right up my alley, and I anticipated getting into it. The story line was good, maybe even great. It’s a story based on the reality ... Book Review – A Harvest Of Thorns by Corban Addison

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2 Stars

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Leadership Promises for Every Day

Leadership Promises for Every Day

On 2/7 Jeff Randleman wrote: John Maxwell has released a new daily devotional for leaders, called Leadership Promises For Every Day. While a lot of the daily entries are from the Maxwell Leadership Bible, among other resources Maxwell has written, calling this a devotional is a bit of a stretch. It’s more of a daily leadership ... Book Review – Leadership Promises For Every Day by John C. Maxwell

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4 Stars

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The Daniel Code

The Daniel Code

On 1/24 Jeff Randleman wrote: One of my favorite periods of history is Old Testament history, especially around the time of the exile to Babylon. We know so little about this period, and the next few hundred years until the coming of Christ. It’s an intriguing period of history. It is during this time frame that the events in ... Book Review – The Daniel Code by O. S. Hawkins

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4 Stars

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NKJV Word Study Bible

NKJV Word Study Bible

On 11/11 Jeff Randleman wrote: As a minister, one of the things I spend a lot of time with is the original languages the Bible was written in. In college, I took three years of New Testament Greek, so I know something of the basics of that language. I don't utilize it as often as I should, and so it has become a little rusty. And, ... Book Review - NKJV Word Study Bible

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5 Stars

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When Death Draws Near

When Death Draws Near

On 9/9 Jeff Randleman wrote: Most of the time, I read material that is challenging to me in some area of my life, or historical material and biographies. Over the past few years, I have found this to be increasingly the case. However, once in a while, I still enjoy a good fictional novel. And Carrie Stuart Parks has provided a great ... Book Review – When Death Draws Near by Carrie Stuart Parks

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5 Stars

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The Pug List

The Pug List

On 7/26 Jeff Randleman wrote: We have a pug. Her name is Molly Mollypop. She is almost nine years old, and she is a clown. When we got Molly, we had no idea just how crazy our life would become. She is nuts, and has completely changed our lives. So when I saw The Pug List, by Alison Hodgson, I decided that it might be an interesting ... Book Review – The Pug List by Alison Hodgson

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4 Stars

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Code 13

Code 13

On 5/13 Jeff Randleman wrote: Don Brown has risen to the top of my list of favorite authors. His genre is military suspense, with a little bit of legal fiction mixed in. He is sort of a mix between Tom Clancy and John Grisham, two of my all time favorites. Brown definitely delivers with his new book, Code 13. This is the second ... Book Review – Code 13 by Don Brown

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Four Views on Hell

Four Views on Hell

On 4/19 Jeff Randleman wrote: As a minister, predictably, some of my favorite books to read are theological or doctrinal in nature. And, most of the time, I particularly enjoy those that seem to be controversial in nature, reading them to help define and clarify what I believe, in support of what the biblical texts state themselves. And ... Book Review – Four Views On Hell

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4 Stars

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The Newsmakers

The Newsmakers

On 2/9 Jeff Randleman wrote: I have been a fan of Lis Wiehl for a while, and have enjoyed many of her books over the past few years. So when I saw her new book, The Newsmakers, I was excited to pick up a copy and read it. Overall, The Newsmakers was a pretty good story. But it was not up to the same level as other novels by Wiehl. ... Book Review – The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl

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3 Stars

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Last Act

Last Act

On 1/22 Jeff Randleman wrote: I have mentioned before that I love to read biographical material, and I especially love it when those biographies are about great leaders. When I received Last Act: The Final Years And Emerging Legacy Of Ronald Reagan, I was pretty excited to dig into it.b Craig Shirley has written extensively about ... Book Review – Last Act by Craig Shirley

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3 Stars

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A House Divided

A House Divided

On 11/3 Jeff Randleman wrote: I have long been a fan of legal fiction. Novels from authors such as John Grisham and Randy Singer are among my favorites. Another favorite legal fiction writer is Robert Whitlow. One of my first experiences with Whitlow’s work was his novel, The List. After reading that, I was hooked. Since then, ... Book Review – A House Divided by Robert Whitlow

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5 Stars

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Seven Women

Seven Women

On 9/23 Jeff Randleman wrote: Biographies are some of my favorite books to read these days. Often, I enjoy reading full length biographies. But sometimes, a simple snippet is enough to whet my appetite. Such is the case with Eric Metaxas‘ new book, 7 Women. Based on the same premise as his earlier book, 7 Men, in this book, Metaxas ... Book Review – 7 Women by Eric Metaxas

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5 Stars

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The Last Con

The Last Con

On 8/15 Jeff Randleman wrote: Not too long ago, I read a new author for the first time, Zachary Bartels. And while the story was very good, I wasn’t completely impressed with his first novel, Playing Saint. However, I am glad I decided to read his next work. The Last Con reads like it is by a completely different author. This ... Book Review – The Last Con by Zachary Bartels

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Lethal Beauty

Lethal Beauty

On 6/16 Jeff Randleman wrote: I am quickly becoming a big fan of Lis Wiehl. I have read a few of Wiehl’s books, mostly featuring the character of Mia Quinn. I have enjoyed each novel that I have read. Lethal Beauty is the latest in the Mia Quinn series. In this story, Wiehl takes on some pretty heavy social topics in the midst ... Book Review – Lethal Beauty by Lis Wiehl

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5 Stars

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Breaker's Reef

Breaker's Reef

On 4/22 Jeff Randleman wrote: A couple of months ago, I had the opportunity to read and review River’s Edge, by Terri Blackstock. This was the third in her Cape Refuge series. Before I read it, I decided to go back and find the first two novels and read them first. I was glad I did. This series is an excellent set of stories. After ... Book Review – Breaker’s Reef by Terri Blackstock

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River's Edge

River's Edge

On 2/28 Jeff Randleman wrote: Occasionally, I really enjoy a good novel. And one of my favorite genres is the suspense or thriller genre. When I read fiction, it usually falls into this category. Recently, I was able to pick up a copy of the third book in Terri Blackstock’s Cape Refuge series. Since I hadn't read the first two ... Book Review – River’s Edge by Terri Blackstock

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Kidnapped by the Taliban

Kidnapped by the Taliban

On 1/24 Jeff Randleman wrote: I cannot imagine the horror of being kidnapped by terrorists. The media seems to be full of instances of Americans or other westerners being snagged by the Taliban or other terrorist groups and executed. What these people must go through during those dark hours must be horrendous. Few come away from ... Book Review – Kidnapped By The Taliban by Dilip Joseph

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4 Stars

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Playing Saint

Playing Saint

On 10/24 Jeff Randleman wrote: I have to admit, I wasn’t too interested in reading Playing Saint. Zachary Bartels is a new author, and this is his first book as far as I know. I’m usually skeptical of such books, simply because the author doesn’t have any track record, and first books are often a bit… well, cheesy. I was ... Book Review – Playing Saint by Zachary Bartels

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MindWar

MindWar

On 9/17 Jeff Randleman wrote: Sometimes I just need to read a simple fictional story. Sometimes I just need to allow my mind to relax and get lost in another world, becoming the characters, experiencing the reality that the author weaves as a tapestry in my mind. And that’s exactly what happened with MindWar by Andrew Klavan. Set ... Book Review – MindWar by Andrew Klavan

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4 Stars

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The Confession

The Confession

On 8/18 Jeff Randleman wrote: Over the weekend, I read Robert Whitlow’s newest book, The Confession. Overall, I enjoyed the book. In the genre of legal thrillers, it isn’t the best I’ve read, but it wasn’t bad. The story line begins with Holt Douglas and a friend leaving a party drunk. An accident occurs, leaving the friend ... Book Review – The Confession by Robert Whitlow

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A Deadly Business

A Deadly Business

On 8/8 Jeff Randleman wrote: Legal thrillers are one of my favorite genres of fiction. I love such authors as John Grisham and Randy Singer. Last summer, I was introduced to a new author in this genre, Lis Wiehl. But Wiehl takes a different spin, at least in the two books I’ve read so far. Wiehl has introduced Mia Quinn, a prosecuting ... Book Review – A Deadly Business by Lis Wiehl

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5 Stars

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Critical Condition

Critical Condition

On 7/4 Jeff Randleman wrote: Most of what I read is material that I find useful for my life, from my work in ministry to fatherhood, and every topic in between. Every once in a while, though, I like to grab a good fiction novel and enjoy some lighter reading for a change. Last week, I picked up a new novel by Richard Mabry, called ... Book Review – Critical Condition by Richard Mabry

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3 Stars

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Be the Dad She Needs You to Be

Be the Dad She Needs You to Be

On 6/18 Jeff Randleman wrote: One of the most important relationships a daughter will ever have is the relationship with her father. This relationship is critical, and as a result, many dads fall short in this area. It’s not for a lack of willingness as much as it is a lack of understanding. Many dads simply don’t understand ... Book Review: Be The Dad She Needs You To Be by Dr. Kevin Leman

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How High Will You Climb?

How High Will You Climb?

On 4/23 Jeff Randleman wrote: I’ve always been a fan of John Maxwell’s leadership books. Some of the earliest books I read to develop my leadership skills for ministry were Maxwell’s books Developing The Leader Within You and Developing The Leaders Around You. Right along with those two was a book by Maxwell that had a significant ... Book Review – How High Will You Climb? By John C. Maxwell

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5 Stars

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Bad Dads of the Bible

Bad Dads of the Bible

On 3/21 Jeff Randleman wrote: One of my greatest desires in life is to be the best dad that I can be. With six kids, that can be a heavy responsibility. Knowing that, I try to find as many excellent resources to help me be a better dad. Roland C. Warren, former President of the National Fatherhood Initiative, has added […]You ... Book Review – Bad Dads Of The Bible by Roland C. Warren

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4 Stars

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You'll Get Through This

You'll Get Through This

On 1/17 Jeff Randleman wrote: Sometimes you read a book at exactly the right time that you need it. That was the case for me with Max Lucado’s newest book, You’ll Get Through This. My family has experienced a lot of upheaval over the past few months. We’ve moved across the country. We have family members facing ... Book Review – You’ll Get Through This by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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Billy Graham in Quotes

Billy Graham in Quotes

On 8/22 Jeff Randleman wrote: It's said that, outside of Paul the Apostle, Billy Graham has presented the Gospel to more people than anyone else in history. And his ministry was vast and widespread, holding crusades all over the United States and around the world for decades. Billy Graham has also penned countless books and written ... Book Review - Billy Graham In Quotes

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4 Stars

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Afloat

Afloat

On 7/8 Jeff Randleman wrote: My only experience with any of the works of Erin Healy has been her books coauthored with Ted Dekker, one of my favorite authors. The books that the two of them have collaborated on have been excellent, so it was with a bit of excitement that I decided to read one of her solo efforts. ...You just finished ... Book Review – Afloat by Erin Healy

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4 Stars

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A Matter of Trust

A Matter of Trust

On 6/13 Jeff Randleman wrote: One of my favorite genres is the legal thriller. I’ve read such authors as John Grisham and Randy Singer for years, and have enjoyed their books. However, I’ve never had the opportunity to read anything by Lis Wiehl. It’s just never crossed my path. Recently, I had the chance to read ... Book Review – A Matter Of Trust by Lis Wiehl

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4 Stars

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Seven Men

Seven Men

On 5/9 Jeff Randleman wrote: The role of man has been under attack in contemporary American society. Popular media displays men as deadbeat fathers, unexplainably absent, or dull and simple-minded, at best. We seem to have lost our ability to look up to men as heroes. In fact, we seem to have lost our ability to identify manhood ... Book Review – 7 Men by Eric Metaxas

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5 Stars

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One Perfect Life

One Perfect Life

On 4/3 Jeff Randleman wrote: There are certain resources that you have to keep close at hand. There are certain resources that you simply use a lot. One Perfect Life is one of those resources. One Perfect Life is a harmony of the four gospels. Where most harmonies use a column format, showing the events and occurrences of each of ... Book Review – One Perfect Life by John MacArthur

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5 Stars

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Next Door Savior

Next Door Savior

On 3/7 Jeff Randleman wrote: Some of the first books I ever read to build my spiritual life were books by Max Lucado. For a long time, he was one of my favorite authors. His more recent works have been slightly disappointing, and have left me feeling like there could have been more. However, Next Door Savior is not like ...You ... Book Review – Next Door Savior by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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Fire of the Raging Dragon

Fire of the Raging Dragon

On 1/11 Jeff Randleman wrote: Several months ago, I took advantage of a free book for my Kindle by Don Brown. I was unfamiliar with any of his books, but found this particular one to be a pretty exciting story. So I grabbed another one, both from The Navy Justice series. When I saw that Booksneeze was offering a new ...You just ... Book Review – Fire Of The Raging Dragon by Don Brown

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Jackson

Jackson

On 11/14 Jeff Randleman wrote: I am a history buff. I love reading history, biographies, and historical novels, especially those covering early American times, from colonial to the westward expansion. I also love reading the history of the locality where I call home. In this case, the Gulf Coast of Florida. Over the past few days, ... Book Review – Jackson: The Iron-Willed Commander by Paul Vickery

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5 Stars

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Empty Promises

Empty Promises

On 7/11 Jeff Randleman wrote: A few months ago, I picked up a copy of Timothy Keller’s book, Counterfeit Gods, and read it. Revealing the hidden and accepted idols in our lives, I was overwhelmed, and it impacted me deeply. Last week, I started Pete Wilson’s new book, Empty Promises. Dealing with the same subject of idolatry, ... Book Review – Empty Promises by Pete Wilson

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4 Stars

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The Founders' Key

The Founders' Key

On 5/14 Jeff Randleman wrote: I quite typically enjoy reading books that are historical in nature, especially concerning our nation. I love reading about our founding, the strength of will that it took to accomplish, and I believe that we have drifted away from many of those principles in more recent history. So I was excited to ... Book Review – The Founders’ Key by Larry P. Arnn

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3 Stars

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The Coming Revolution

The Coming Revolution

On 2/4 Jeff Randleman wrote: I’ve never really had much of an interest in politics. But with the gradual process of turning away from the faith of the Founding Fathers in America, my resolve has been challenged. And after reading The Coming Revolution, I feel more challenged than ever to get involved. Dr. Lee feels that we are ... Book Review: The Coming Revolution by Dr. Richard G. Lee

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4 Stars

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Sherman

Sherman

On 1/6 Jeff Randleman wrote: Thomas Nelson Publishing Company has released a series called The Generals, biographies of the great generals of American history. Several months ago, I read and reviewed Lee: A Life of Virtue. I loved it. So when I had the chance to read and review another book in this series, I jumped at it. This ... Book Review: Sherman: The Ruthless Victor by Agostino Von Hassell and Ed Breslin

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4 Stars

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Be the People

Be the People

On 10/31 Jeff Randleman wrote: Be The People is a book that every person in America needs to read. Subtitled A Call To Reclaim America’s Faith And Promise, this book establishes a rallying point for Americans to reclaim the foundations our forefathers built this nation upon. Dr. Carol M. Swain has issued a challenge for us: to ... Book Review: Be The People by Carol M. Swain

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5 Stars

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The Little Red Book of Wisdom

The Little Red Book of Wisdom

On 7/20 Jeff Randleman wrote: I finished reading Mark DeMoss’ book The Little Red Book Of Wisdom this afternoon. I have to be honest; I really didn’t expect to enjoy this book. My initial impression was that it would be too much like all the Life’s Little Instruction Books: cheesy and trite. But upon digging into this book, ... Book Review: The Little Red Book Of Wisdom by Mark DeMoss

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5 Stars

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The Seraph Seal

The Seraph Seal

On 6/20 Jeff Randleman wrote: The Seraph Seal is a new fiction work by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner. Set in the near future, The Seraph Seal is apocalyptic fiction, and extremely intriguing. The year is 2048. A prophecy from 2012 concerning four important figures is coming true. As the sun gasps its dying breaths, the world as ... Book Review: The Seraph Seal by Leonard Sweet & Lori Wagner

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5 Stars

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Couples Who Pray

Couples Who Pray

On 5/14 Jeff Randleman wrote: While not a deeply thought provoking book, it did highlight some great points and was very encouraging. Authors Rushnell and DuArt have developed a 40 Day Prayer Challenge. The basic idea is that married couples spend at least five minutes a day praying together for 40 days, and see if that doesn’t ... Book Review: Couples Who Pray by Squire Rushnell & Louise DuArt

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3 Stars

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Max On Life

Max On Life

On 4/18 Jeff Randleman wrote: Max Lucado’s new book is different thank anything I’ve ever read by him. Usually, Lucado’s books are developed around a central theme, and that topic is discussed throughout the book. Not so with this one. The concept of this Max On Life is a lot like the FAQ section for life’s manual. Lucado ... Book Review: Max On LIfe by Max Lucado

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2 Stars

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The Final Summit

The Final Summit

On 4/11 Jeff Randleman wrote: Andy Andrews has quickly become one of my favorite authors. I was first introduced to his books a couple of years ago when I read The Noticer. Another of his stories that I loved was The Heart Mender. And I think he’s done it again. The Final Summit is Andrews‘ newest book. I sat down with it ... Book Review: The Final Summit by Andy Andrews

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5 Stars

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Tithing

Tithing

On 2/22 Jeff Randleman wrote: Tithing is the second book I’ve read from Thomas Nelson’s Ancient Practices Series, and I could not be more disappointed in it. The first book that I read from this series, Sabbath, was enlightening. Tithing, however, was very disappointing. First of all, Tithing isn’t about tithing. Author Douglas ... Book Review: Tithing by Douglas LeBlanc

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2 Stars

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Sabbath

Sabbath

On 1/14 Jeff Randleman wrote: Have you ever had one of those weeks where God uses a dozen different avenues to grab your attention in one particular area? This week has been that way for me. I’ve been reading Sabbath, by Dan Allender. It’s part of The Ancient Practices Series from Thomas Nelson. In this book, Allender takes ... Sabbath by Dan B. Allender

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The American Patriot's Almanac

The American Patriot's Almanac

On 11/17 Jeff Randleman wrote: One of my favorite subjects is history, especially American history. I love learning about the people who were a part of the foundations of our nation, and the people who have made a difference throughout our nation’s history. The American Patriot’s Almanac just made getting my history fix a whole lot easier. Composed of short, ... The American Patriots’ Almanac – by William J Bennett & John T.E. Cribb

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5 Stars

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The Way Home (DVD)

The Way Home (DVD)

On 9/27 Jeff Randleman wrote: I usually reserve my reviews for books I read. But recently I received the movie The Way Home from Thomas Nelson Publishers’ BookSneeze Program. Here’s a link to it on Amazon.com. This was a great drama. It’s not just based on a true story, it an accurate re-telling of the actuial events of the story ... Movie Review – The Way Home

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Lee (The Generals)

Lee (The Generals)

On 9/11 Jeff Randleman wrote: I have always enjoyed history. Unlike Chris Farley in Tommy Boy, I’ve never confused John Hancock and Herbie Hancock. History has always been a strong subject and I’ve developed a keen interest in it over the years, especially in American history. One particular genre that I love to read are the biographies of great Americans. ... Book Review – Lee: A Life Of Virtue by John Perry

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5 Stars

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Outlive Your Life

Outlive Your Life

On 9/10 Jeff Randleman wrote: I received a copy of Max Lucado’s new book, Outlive Your Life: You Were Made to Make A Difference, yesterday afternoon. And last night, I sat down and read it. In this book, Lucado approaches the topic of “You were made to make a difference.” He does this by taking a look at several of ... Book Review – Outlive Your Life by Max Lucado

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3 Stars

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The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect

On 9/7 Jeff Randleman wrote: Andy Andrews tells the powerful stories of two men in his new book The Butterfly Effect: How Your Life Matters. The first is the story of Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, fighting at the Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil War. Andrews details how, because of Chamberlain’s actions in this battle, the United States is a unified ... Book Review – The Butterfly Effect by Andy Andrews

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5 Stars

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The Boy Who Changed the World

The Boy Who Changed the World

On 9/7 Jeff Randleman wrote: Andy Andrews tells a powerful story of changing lives in his children’s book The Boy Who Changed The World. He takes the story of Norman Borlaug and tells it in a fashion that will captivate children of all ages. I know this is true, because it captivated all four of my kids. They were spellbound. ... Book Review – The Boy Who Changed The World by Andy Andrews

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The Portable Patriot

The Portable Patriot

On 8/13 Jeff Randleman wrote: I’ve always enjoyed history; particularly American history. One of my goals has always been to read more of the documents written by and referred to by our Founding Fathers. I’ve had access to several resources over the years that allowed me the opportunity to peruse many of these early American documents. But those resources have ... Book Review – The Portable Patriot – Edited by Joel Miller & Kristen Parrish

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5 Stars

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The Heart Mender

The Heart Mender

On 5/20 Jeff Randleman wrote: I’ve enjoyed every book by Andy Andrews that I’ve had the opportunity to read. And The Heart Mender is no different. Andrews has a unique manner of storytelling, unlike any other author I’ve found. Couple that with his impeccable research and historical accuracy, and you have a compelling tale that is impossible to put down. ... Book Review – The Heart Mender by Andy Andrews

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5 Stars

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The Selfless Gene

The Selfless Gene

On 4/29 Jeff Randleman wrote: I did NOT like this book. And I suspected that I was going to strongly dislike it quite early in my reading. The Selfless Gene is poorly researched and incredibly inflammatory towards people who take God’s Word literally. Marrying science and the Word is poor scholarship at best, literary treason at its worst. Foster starts ... Book Review – The Selfless Gene by Charles Foster

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1 Stars

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How to Reach Your Full Potential for God

How to Reach Your Full Potential for God

On 3/5 Jeff Randleman wrote: Fluff. That’s what I think after reading Charles Stanley’s new book How To Reach Your Full Potential For God. I really didn’t like the book. Oh, sure. There were some valid points made. In fact, Stanley lays out seven essentials necessary in order to reach your full potential: a clean heart; a clear ... Book Reveiw – How To Reach Your Full Potential For God by Charles Stanley

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1 Stars

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Five Cities That Ruled The World

Five Cities That Ruled The World

On 1/4 Jeff Randleman wrote: 5 Cities That Ruled The World is a brief, yet very interesting read. The concept of the book is simple: Mankind has lived in cities almost since Creation. Over the last few millennia, a few of those cities have risen to the top and have had major influence on the world. ... Book Review – 5 Cities That Ruled The World by Douglas Wilson

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5 Stars

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The Principle of the Path (Hardcover)

The Principle of the Path (Hardcover)

On 10/21 Jeff Randleman wrote: ndy Stanley’s new book is a smash hit. Full of practical advice, The Principle Of The Path really doesn’t tell you anything that you don’t already know. But then, most of the time, the best advice usually confirms that which you already know at some level anyway. And Andy Stanley couches his advise in ... Book Review – The Principle Of The Path by Andy Stanley

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5 Stars

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Fearless

Fearless

On 9/9 Jeff Randleman wrote: blockquote>“Heaven’s message for you is clear: when everything else changes, God’s presence never does.” And with that statement, Max Lucado summarizes the premise of his entire book, Fearless. Fearless is a challenge. It’s the gauntlet thrown down, daring you to let go of your fears, ... Book Review – Fearless by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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Put Your Dream To The Test (Hardcover)

Put Your Dream To The Test (Hardcover)

On 5/5 Jeff Randleman wrote: hat is your dream? What are you so passionate about that you would do whatever it takes to see that dream realized? Are you willing to do anything to make that dream a reality? In Put Your Dream To The Test, John Maxwell identifies ten questions you need to ask yourself, and ... Book Review - Put Your Dream To The Test by John C. Maxwell

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4 Stars

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