Reviews by Marnita Arner
On 8/26 Marnita Arner wrote: After the horrific events of 9/11, American’s rallied together in full support of an all out war on terror. Now, as we are approaching the anniversary of that dreadful day, it appears America has lost it’s resolve, and political correctness has taken over. The Fight of Our Lives by William J. Bennett ... THe Fight of our Lives
On 6/7 Marnita Arner wrote: Jesus, My Father, the CIA and Me by Ian Morgan Cron is a poignant book about the author and his prosperous family as their life's journey takes them through a time of poverty and then back to prosperity. Cron's father worked for the CIA and at times disappears without any explanation. Never having a ... Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me
On 4/27 Marnita Arner wrote: The Elemental Journal: Composing Artful Expressions from Items Cast Aside by author Tammy Kushnir is certainly a fine lesson in re-purposing. Full of outstanding photography; this book offers step-by-step visual and written instructions on how to give new life to something old. There are 30 projects ... Elemental Journal
On 4/18 Marnita Arner wrote: Every one of Max Lucado's books I've read has encouraged me and strengthen my faith like no other book. "Max on Life" is no different. We all have questions; some we're afraid to ask. Max has taken over 150 questions he's received over the past twenty-five years of his ministry into what is surely going ... Max On Life
On 3/14 Marnita Arner wrote: God’s Wisdom for Mothers by Jack Countryman is perfect whether you are a Grandmother, Mother-to-be, or a new Mom. It features information about biblical mothers and includes many devotionals on subjects such as “God’s Wisdom”, and “The Crown of an Excellent Mother.” Packed full ... Great Book!
On 2/27 Marnita Arner wrote: The Promises She Keeps by Erin Healy is a story of two women that couldn't be more different, but have one thing in common; they are both in search of something more for there life's, even if it is immoral. One, diagnosed with a terminal illness, believes that fame will keep her memory alive after she ... The Promises She Keeps
On 1/5 Marnita Arner wrote: The Nelson's Biblical Cyclopedic Index (BCI) by Thomas Nelson Publisher is a great tool to help the reader pull together a bible study or ready-made outline for personal use in your daily bible readings. Also a good resource to help gain better understanding of everyday issues that believers face. This ... Nelson's Biblical Cyclopedic
On 10/21 Marnita Arner wrote: Based on a true story, The Least Among You is a movie about Richard Kelly who is a young black UCLA graduate who lands a job at a major corporation in 1965. Because he was in the wrong place, with the wrong people, he is arrested and thrown in jail. Even though he was innocent, Kelly is sentenced to ... The Least Among You - DVD
On 9/10 Marnita Arner wrote: Out Live Your Life by Max Lucado is a book about taking action and is my favorite Lucado book thus far. This book makes it very clear that we are each given an opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life; someone that may be hungry, hurting, or lonely; even right in our own neighborhoods, churches, ... Out Live Your Life
On 6/17 Marnita Arner wrote: A Guy's Guide to Life by Jason Boyett is a wonderful resource for teenage boys. The minute the book arrived in our mailbox, my son began reading it. This book deals with peer pressure, family, friends, and gives the reader a better understanding of what girls are thinking. It is loaded with great tips ... A Guy's Guide To Life
On 4/7 Marnita Arner wrote: Lis Wiehl’s book, “Hand of Fate” is just as good as her first crime thriller, “Face of Betrayal”. “Hand of Fate”, just like Wiehl’s previous book, centers on 3 close friends. A crime reporter, a Federal Prosecutor, and an FBI agent as they jointly work together to solve the death of radio ... Hand of Fate
On 2/18 Marnita Arner wrote: I knew before I finsished reading the first chapter that I was going to love this book by Fox News Reporter Lis Wiehl. The experience this author has as a legal correspondent and a former Federal Prosecutor makes for a suspenseful, fast paced read from beginning to end. The disappearance of a seventeen-year ... Face of Betrayal by Lis Wiehl
On 12/25 Marnita Arner wrote: Rediscovering God in America by Speaker Newt Gingrich takes you on a guided tour through Washington D.C. This book will open your eyes to the evidence of God's vital role in America's founding and His influence on our governing principles. Throughout the book you will enjoy reading quotes from our past ... Rediscover God in Washington, DC
On 12/8 Marnita Arner wrote: If you are searching for a one of a kind Christmas gift this year; look no further than the new NKJV Greatest Stories of the Bible. This book by Thomas Nelson Publishers is a treasure of more than two hundred fifty of the most valuable lessons and triumphant stories in scripture. This book will provide ... NKJV Greatest Stories of the Bible is awesome!
On 9/8 Marnita Arner wrote: Each Max Lucado book you read is a reminder of what a gifted author he is. His books are so relevant and easy to read, and this book is no different. Fearless is the best Max Lucado book I've ever read, and I must say, its publication is very timely. Max describes that a lot of the fears we face are ... Max Lucado's Best
On 8/26 Marnita Arner wrote: Overworked? Overcommitted? Overtired? Underappreciated? Let Go by Shelia Walsh was an eye-opener for me. "Let Go" sounds impossible at times, but Shelia shows us through God's word how to deal with those "impossible situations" we face as women. She so deeply shares a personal experience that she, her ... Great Book
On 8/5 Marnita Arner wrote: Author Richard Stearns, in his book, The Hole In Our Gospel shares with us in a very personal way how God used him to help the less fortunate and points out how Christians sometimes ignore God's calling to serve others. Stearns was living what he thought was the American dream; high paying job, fancy ... Great Book!