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Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are?

On 1/3 Adam Nawroc wrote: Identifying yourself with your job is a great way to remain in that job forever! That being said, I think it does apply to many worshipers of Christ. Our country itself is a bit wacky though - material items are raised up high and it seems like even people themselves are treated as commodities. A Christian ... Review of Who Do You Think You Are? by Mark Driscoll

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4 Stars

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Dreams and Visions

Dreams and Visions

On 11/8 Adam Nawroc wrote: Dreams and Visions highlights the effect Jesus is having in the Middle East. In a place where followers of Christ are heavily persecuted, Jesus is showing up in the dreams of people of Islamic faith. Frequently the individuals exposed to these dreams take it upon themselves to learn more about Jesus. ... Review of Dreams and Visions by Tom Doyle

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3 Stars

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One Big Thing

One Big Thing

On 10/30 Adam Nawroc wrote: One Big Thing urges the reader to think of work they can hyper-specialize in. It’s about finding the thing you’re good at as well as like doing and setting most of everything else aside. To help you think about what this could be in your life the book talks about culture, values, and getting ... Review of One Big Thing by Phil Cooke

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4 Stars

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The Fantasy Fallacy

The Fantasy Fallacy

On 10/24 Adam Nawroc wrote: The Fantasy Fallacy hops on the Fifty Shades of Grey wave to take a deeper look into the imaginative powers of the human mind. Ethridge discusses how easy it is for fantasies to take control of our lives and what we can do to tame the animal inside us all. The author does a good job of taking a centered ... Review of The Fantasy Fallacy by Shannon Ethridge

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4 Stars

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Grace

Grace

On 10/15 Adam Nawroc wrote: Grace talks about how we don’t need to do anything to obtain God’s love because he already loves us. It’s a reassuring message telling the reader that everything is ok and will continue to be. But just because God is already on your side doesn’t mean you can go ahead and cause ... Review: Grace by Max Lucado

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3 Stars

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Red Letter Revolution

Red Letter Revolution

On 10/4 Adam Nawroc wrote: Red Letter Revolution explains the differences between Red Letter Christians and other Christians such as evangelicals. Claiborne and Campolo run the gamut of religious topics, which includes items like abortion and war. Red Letter Christians put more importance in the teachings of Jesus than your stereotypical ... Review: Red Letter Revolution By Shane Claiborne and Tony Campolo

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4 Stars

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Jesus

Jesus

On 9/26 Adam Nawroc wrote: Jesus: A Theography describes the life of Jesus by blending historical and Scriptural perspectives. The book argues that Jesus is the main message of both the New and Old Testament. The authors contend that together the books form a circle. For example, the original Adam led to the fall while the second ... Review of Jesus: A Theography by Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola

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4 Stars

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Rudy

Rudy

On 9/11 Adam Nawroc wrote: Dyslexia, thirteen siblings, and friends' deaths. Rudy's path toward his dreams with obstacles that he constantly knocked down. He believed in himself through the ups and downs, many times believing just for the sake of doing so. Rudy lacked in the talent department but made up for his deficiencies by ... Review of Rudy by Rudy Ruettiger with Mark Dagostino

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4 Stars

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Wisdom Meets Passion

Wisdom Meets Passion

On 9/3 Adam Nawroc wrote: Wisdom Meets Passion is a resounding call to do the things you love. As the old American dream of stability withers away doing anything else will likely lead to a life full of misery. The internet makes it easier to monetize what you love to do and thus lets your passion burn the rest of the way. The ... Wisdom Meets Passion Review

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4 Stars

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The MoneySmart Family System

The MoneySmart Family System

On 8/22 Adam Nawroc wrote: The MoneySmart Family System is about teaching children how to efficiently manage their finances. The system the book describes allows you to give youngsters money lessons without spending too much of your own money. A parent can put in increased time rather than globs of money and watch children develop ... The MoneySmart Family System by Steve Economides and Annette Economides

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4 Stars

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