Reviews by Maan Laxa
On 3/10 Maan Laxa wrote: I love this book! Subtitled "A Christian Parent's Guide to Raising Kids Who Do What They Need to Do Without Being Told," it lives up to its promise of helping parents around the globe raise children who want to do good simply because they need to do good in order to please God. It addresses a problem ... Every Christian Parent Needs to Read this Book
On 1/11 Maan Laxa wrote: I've read many Christian books and this is the first book that drew many questions from me that is not in a good way. What bothers me most about this book is how it tries to mix Christianity and mysticism or new age-ism together and how it doesn't bother to help readers know God's Word and will. It ... I'm sorry but I just can't be at peace with this book.
On 11/3 Maan Laxa wrote: The book is clearly well-researched and it is written by authors who have established their credibility to speak about the Bible. However, I think the entire book lacks depth because it doesn't consciously help a person make the right Christian decisions. After all, the Revelation is a very important ... Informative but not suitable for beginners and new Christians
On 9/5 Maan Laxa wrote: This is a refreshing read if you want something short, light, and pleasantly romantic. What comes as a bonus is the Christmas setting, which we know is coming sooner than we think! Layla O'Reilly, our heroine, is about to attend the wedding of the year: her cousin and ex-fiance's. To say she avoided ... A December Bride: A light, heartwarming read!
On 2/20 Maan Laxa wrote: I needed to understand why that little moment made such a big impact on me. It eclipses the other low moments of my life, such as the times I failed to meet my parents' expectations. They're painful, yes, but somehow, I was able to manage the temporary loss of respect on me (for a while). I mean, I was ... Love and Respect in the Family (by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs)