Reviews by Lisa DuVal
On 8/7 Lisa DuVal wrote: See Jackson’s military brilliance—as well as his spiritual life—in a whole new light. Being a history buff- especially about the Civil War I was excited to read this book. It was a little slow starting off but quickly I found myself on the edge of my seat at times. I liked learning about the man ... The Other Side of the River by Robert D. Halpert, MD
On 5/20 Lisa DuVal wrote: Synopsis: Becoming a caregiver for a terminally ill family member is an enormous challenge. This guide is a gift to my late husband, who not only taught me how to live well but how to die well. I hope it will carry on his legacy of always teaching and sharing, even as he faced the end of his life. A ... A Caregiver? Me? by Lynda Bush
On 2/15 Lisa DuVal wrote: A faded picture sets in motion a perilous journey for five young men in 1962, who, with a twist of mystery and revelation not only encounter harrowing adventure in the forbidden Niagara Gorge, but are forced to confront the swirling illusions of the world and God—changing their lives forever. More ... Journeys Across Niagara: The Flute, The Feather, and The Drum by D.L. LeVick
On 1/16 Lisa DuVal wrote: Proverbs is one of my favorite books of the Bible, it contains useful information for a person to apply to their life. However, I have had trouble understanding it at times. That's where Dallas comes in. Proverbs is one of my favorite books of the Bible, it contains useful information for a person to ... A Review of Proverbs Reconstructed by Gus Dallas
On 11/12 Lisa DuVal wrote: 272 pages Published April 2012 Thomas Nelson Publishers Mitch Stokes makes a case for Christianity amidst all the skepticism of religion today. This book aims to prove the rationality of applying Christian beliefs to science and to life in general. This book was an enjoyable read, it was interesting ... A Shot Of Faith To The Head by Mitch Stokes
On 4/10 Lisa DuVal wrote: This book is a non-fiction account of the events during December 1941. It uses articles from newspapers at the time to paint a picture of what was going on in the world before, during, and after Pearl Harbor was attacked. I really really wanted to like this book, in fact when I saw the author being ... December 1941: The Month That Changed America And Saved The World by Craig Shirley
On 1/15 Lisa DuVal wrote: Going Deep asks the question of how can church leaders develop their congregations into disciples of Jesus? And how can those people develop the skills to influence others? It's a fictional account of a pastor in New Hampshire trying to do just that. The challenge for the pastor is to help his congregation ... Becoming "fishers of men"