Reviews by Angela King
On 11/28 Angela King wrote: In true John MacArthur style, The Truth About the Lordship of Christ offers a straightforward lesson on what it means to call Jesus "Lord" and an elaboration on His awesome character. As Christ-followers, Christians are daily being molded and formed to be more like Him. John MacArthur offers a concise ... The Truth about the Lordship of Christ
On 11/2 Angela King wrote: In true Beth Wiseman fashion, "Healing Hearts" delivers a trio of excellent novellas that capture your attention and wisk you away to simpler times. Hope and forgiveness are the main themes that run throughout each story as the main characters are challenged both physically, spiritually and emotionally. ... Book Review: "Healing Hearts"
On 7/1 Angela King wrote: In the tradition of the other "Plain" books she has written, Beth Wiseman delivers an excellent read with the strong message of the importance of faith in Christ, threaded throughout the work. Like other books that focus on the Amish way of life, Wiseman builds solid characters and places them in interesting ... Book Review: "Plain Pursuit"
On 1/11 Angela King wrote: Dr. David Jeremiah delivers a message of hope in his newest book "Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World"--a follow-up to his best-selling book "What in the World is Going On?" Directed toward the Christian community, Dr. Jeremiah offers ways that Christians can live for Christ in a secular world ... Book Review: Living with Confidence in a Choatic World
On 7/16 Angela King wrote: What does discipleship mean and how can we become disciples of Christ in the world around us? These questions are addressed in Richard Stearns' book "The Hole in Our Gospel." As President of World Vision U.S., Stearns has discipled and ministered to people in need throughout the world. He calls us to ... "The Hole in Our Gospel"--a book review
On 7/1 Angela King wrote: "The I Believe Bunny" is the the first book in a series by Tish Rabe that introduces faith-in-action scenarios to young readers. Rabe uses a sing-song rhyming technique that made the story flow wonderfully while maintaining the attention of my young sons. Illustrated by Frank Endersby, the characters ... Tish Rabe's "The I Believe Bunny"
On 6/12 Angela King wrote: Jack Hanna's "The Wackiest, Wildest, Weirdest Animals in the World" highlights 30 amazing animals found throughout the planet. Each animal featured has its own page with an expanded section of information specific to the animal and blurbs that offer interesting, little-known fun facts. This book is filled ... Book Review: "The Wackiest, Wildest, Weirdest Animals in the World" by Jack Hanna
On 6/5 Angela King wrote: Elizabeth Bettina, in her book "It Happened in Italy," tells the story of how the citizens of Italy worked together to protect Italian-born Jews and foreign-born Jews from the atrocities of the Holocaust during World War II. Within the pages of Elizabeth Bettina's "It Happened in Italy," a physical and ... Book Review: "It Happened in Italy" by Elizabeth Bettina
On 5/26 Angela King wrote: I initially gave Sarah Young's "Jesus Calling" a great review, mostly because I had never encountered a devotional that had Jesus speak directly to the reader. At first, this concept was intriguing to me. As a born again Christian, however, I have become increasingly convicted when I pick up this book. ... "Jesus Calling" by Sarah Young
On 5/18 Angela King wrote: Andy Stanley's "The Principle of the Path" is about choosing the correct path to get to where you want to be in all aspects of life. It's about realizing when we are on the wrong path and how to change our direction to reach our goals. Ultimately, the main premise of the book is that our intentions are ... Book Review: "The Principle of the Path" by Andy Stanley