Reviews by gypsygotsoul
On 10/8 gypsygotsoul wrote: This book has been on my MUST- read list for quite awhile, and most of my married friends have said that it was such a great resource that is gospel-centered. Imagine my delight when I was offered a free copy of this book to review. YES, I’ll take it. Sacred Marriage: What if God designed marriage ... Love this book!
On 7/21 gypsygotsoul wrote: lisa Morgan writes a poignant and truthful story of her family and herself as they moved towards and grew amidst trials, challenges and different areas of brokenness. She narrates in a very honest and reflective way on the different lessons God has taught herself and her family throughout the years, ... Great potential, lots of ideas
On 7/21 gypsygotsoul wrote: The book, The Christian Parenting Handbook, by Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller contains 50 heart-based strategies that parents can use to interact and build Christ-focused relationships with their children, whatever age and stage they are in. While I am not a parent and have no children, I felt ... Book Review: The Christian Parenting Handbook by Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN
On 4/28 gypsygotsoul wrote: Gods at War is the second book written by Kyle Idleman, who previously wrote the bestselling book, “Not a Fan”. He is currently the teaching pastor at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky. His purpose to writing the book is to help each Christian realize that there is a battle in each ... Your heart IS a battlefield!
On 3/12 gypsygotsoul wrote: John MacArthur premises his new book with a different idea that one is used to: a redefinition of the word hero. Now, as children we have grown accustomed to daring sword fights, magic potions and giants of men. MacArthur uses the bible to define what a hero truly is, a man who is imperfect and marred ... Great Book
On 7/11 gypsygotsoul wrote: The book, “The truth about forgiveness”, is a book in the Truth about series that was penned by John Macarthur who includes a great quote in the back of the book: ““The greatest measuring rod of love in the life of a Christian may be forgiveness, because God showed His love to us in terms of ... Book Review: The Truth about Forgiveness
On 5/24 gypsygotsoul wrote: The book titled, “The truth about grace” is one of the three books in a series called “The truth about..” penned by John Macarthur. It is an attempt to discuss the concept of grace, a concept that is so simple yet so complex at the same time. It defines the Christian faith and makes it different ... Book Review: The truth about Grace
On 4/23 gypsygotsoul wrote: I could not put this book down!! I read it in a day and I think it is a very brief yet wonderfully written book on the meaning of the lordship of Christ in our lives. It has Christ in the center and is very clear on discussing how the Scripture must remain our foundation for truth. He discusses the topic ... Book Review: The Lordship of christ
On 4/4 gypsygotsoul wrote: This beautifully book, written by Robert Morgan, prefaces by saying that all creation were created by God to sing praises and to glorify Him. The writer then brings us to a travel through history to look back on some well known hymns, some forgotten and some short stories from the hymn writers that are ... then sings my soul
On 1/10 gypsygotsoul wrote: Leonard Sweet’s book titled, “I am a follower: the way, truth, and life of following Jesus” stems from Christ’s call to his disciples to ‘follow me’. This call was meant to change the lives of each of the individuals called in such a way that becomes infectious. He explores the degradation ... First followers and spirit-led servanthood
On 12/10 gypsygotsoul wrote: At first I admit that I was a little hesitant in picking up this book. However, Billy Graham reeled me in with his reflections on purpose, legacies, discipline and planning. He asks, “Why is aging a young person’s issue?” and the book talks about the importance of learning from others. It is full ... Nearing Home
On 11/27 gypsygotsoul wrote: In this book written by G. Macdonald, he writes about a New England church and the concept of growing people to become more effective members of the church. He introduces a lot of words such as intentionality and discipline and provides a sort of testimony and handbook in narrative form.The story starts ... Going Deep
On 11/10 gypsygotsoul wrote: Herd writes a personal account on his experience with Christianity that spans his childhood until his current life. He tries to engage the 18-30 year old Christian who has lost faith in the church and writes it in a way that communicates grace, understanding and compassion. He discusses the emotions ... More Lost than Found: Finding a Way back to faith