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CinderGirl

CinderGirl

On 4/10 Hannah Cox wrote: Growing up Christina rarely heard her own name. Today she’s here to help you claim the inherent worth that is yours. Born into a large working-class family in upstate New York, she endured years of abuse before entering the foster care system as a teenager. She lived in her car for almost a year, working ... CinderGirl

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5 Stars

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Castle on the Rise

Castle on the Rise

On 3/10 Hannah Cox wrote: Spanning more than two centuries Castle On The Rise unites the legacy of three women who must risk mending the broken places within themselves for life, love, and the belief that even in the depths of our pain something beautiful can emerge. Laine Forrester travels overseas to attend her best friend’s ... Castle On The Rise

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3 Stars

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The God of New Beginnings

The God of New Beginnings

On 1/23 Hannah Cox wrote: The Genesis Project is a network of believers who plant churches in broken places. It’s a place of new beginning no matter how broken, devastated, or messy someone’s life may be. They reach out to the drug addicts, felons, strippers, alcoholics, and gang members. Rob Cowles and Matt Roberts have ... The God of New Beginnings

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5 Stars

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The Wondering Years

The Wondering Years

On 12/20 Hannah Cox wrote: The Wondering Years takes you inside the mind of Knox McCoy of The Popcast with Knox and Jamie. Pop culture can be a dirty term for Christians. We are to be in the world and not of it, but part of being in this world is T.V., movies, and music. It is part of this world and we have nothing to be ashamed ... The Wondering Years

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5 Stars

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Defiant Joy

Defiant Joy

On 11/27 Hannah Cox wrote: Joy is a choice, a choice Stasi Eldredge knows well. Life circumstances have taken her from extreme highs to extreme lows. We all do our best to hang on to happiness, but the emotions of day to day life crumble us. So, how do we follow what scripture says and be joyful always? In Defiant Joy, Stasi walks ... Defiant Joy: Book Review

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5 Stars

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Beauty in the Breakdown

Beauty in the Breakdown

On 10/23 Hannah Cox wrote: Julie Roberts is a soulful country music artist who also happens to have Multiple Sclerosis. In Beauty In The Breakdown Julie shares her story from childhood to country music success, including losses along the way and the diagnosis that changed her life.  From paving a way for her mom to get out ... Day 23: Beauty In The Breakdown: Review

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5 Stars

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White as Silence, Red as Song

White as Silence, Red as Song

On 9/23 Hannah Cox wrote: White as Silence, Red as Song by Alessandro D’Avenia Sixteen-year-old Leo spends his time texting, polishing his soccer moves, and hanging out with Niko and Silvia. Everything is going good, until a new teacher comes to town and challenges Leo to give a voice to all of his dreams. Leo is inspired to ... White as Silence, Red as Song: Review

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4 Stars

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A Light So Lovely

A Light So Lovely

On 8/28 Hannah Cox wrote: A Light So Lovely: The Spiritual Legacy of Madeleine L’Engle by Sarah Arthur, is available now!A Wrinkle In Time was and still is one of my favorite books. I remember when it was assigned to me in the 5th grade, I was nervous about it but like many readers who have gone before me, I quickly fell in ... A Light So Lovely: Review

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5 Stars

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What Blooms from Dust

What Blooms from Dust

On 8/7 Hannah Cox wrote: What Blooms From Dustby James Markert Available Now!Jeremiah Goodbye is set to meet his fate in the electric chair, but he is given a second chance at life. With the flip of a coin he heads back home, Nowhere, Oklahoma, to settle a score with his twin brother Josiah. But the world he once knew is nowhere ... What Blooms From Dust: Review

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4 Stars

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Murder at the Flamingo

Murder at the Flamingo

On 7/24 Hannah Cox wrote: Murder At The Flamingo by Rachel McMillan Hamish DeLuca has spent most of his life hiding the anxiety that flares at the most inconvenient times, including his first court case as a new lawyer. He is determined to prove his father’s expectations wrong. Hamish runs away to Boston to live with his cousin, ... Murder At The Flamingo: Review

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3 Stars

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