Reviews by Lorrie Covington

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Bonhoeffer

Bonhoeffer

On 1/28 Lorrie Covington wrote: This book was a fascinating read from beginning to end.  I admit that I knew little to nothing about this pastor until the book became available for review from Thomas Nelson publishing.  Boy, did I get great lesson in history! Metaxas does an amazing job of describing who Bonhoeffer was, where he came from, his ... Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy, by Eric Metaxas

Lorrie's Rating:

5 Stars

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Combating the Commandment of Confusion

Combating the Commandment of Confusion

On 3/10 Lorrie Covington wrote: Bibleman, for those who aren’t familiar with the series, is a Christian “super hero”.  He regularly combats various villians with his trusty sidekicks:  Cypherr and Biblegirl.  As an adult, I find the entire video series beyond silly.  It’s low-budget, terrible acting, and ... Bibleman: Combating the Commandment of Confusion

Lorrie's Rating:

3 Stars

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NKJV Greatest Stories of the Bible

NKJV Greatest Stories of the Bible

On 1/12 Lorrie Covington wrote: How does one really write an objective opinion on the ‘Greatest Stories of the Bible’ anyway? There isn’t any new material to cover, and if you’re even remotely familiar with the Bible, you already know how the stories are going to begin and end. So with that in mind, when I agreed to ... NKJV GREATEST STORIES of the BIBLE, Thomas Nelson Publishing

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3 Stars

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Green

Green

On 10/27 Lorrie Covington wrote: I chose this book to review for the Thomas Nelson Blogger Reviews. I am a huge fan of the Circle Trilogy, so it was with great excitement that I sat down to read ‘Green’. I won’t recap the story for you, as that has been done several times here already. However, I will say that while ... GREEN, By Ted Dekker

Lorrie's Rating:

4 Stars

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Kabul 24

Kabul 24

On 9/21 Lorrie Covington wrote: As a Thomas Nelson blog reviewer, I picked up ‘Kabul 24′, by Henry O. Arnold and Ben Pearson to read and review. ‘Kabul 24′ takes you on an ominous journey of what the “SNI 8″ endured during their 105 days in Taliban captivity, and how their faith in God gave them hope when there was no ... KABUL24, by Henry O. Arnold and Ben Pearson

Lorrie's Rating:

5 Stars

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Fearless

Fearless

On 9/8 Lorrie Covington wrote: I chose to review Fearless, by Max Lucado, as my Thomas Nelson blogger review because honestly, you can never go wrong with a Max Lucado book.  Max Lucado has an uncanny way of unpacking scripture like no one I’ve ever read.  It’s all stuff you KNOW…but when Max unpacks it, it just seems to make ... Fearless, by Max Lucado

Lorrie's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Jesus Book

The Jesus Book

On 8/30 Lorrie Covington wrote: The Jesus Book, by Stephen Elkins is by far one of the best books written for children, on the ‘who’, ‘what’, ‘when’, ‘where’, and ‘whys’ of Jesus.   The fact that it is illustrated by Claudine Gevry, makes is even better – we love her ... The Jesus Book, by Stephen Elkins

Lorrie's Rating:

5 Stars

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Rick and Bubba's Guide to the Almost Nearly Perfect Marriage

Rick and Bubba's Guide to the Almost Nearly Perfect Marriage

On 8/8 Lorrie Covington wrote: I picked up this book from Thomas Nelson’s Blog site.  Since I’m not that familiar with who Rick and Bubba are, I wasn’t really sure what to expect.  My marriage is pretty solid, so I didn’t really need help with that either.  But, I thought it sounded like a fun, light read, and chose it ... Rick & Bubba’s Guide to the Almost Nearly Perfect Marriage

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5 Stars

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The Noticer

The Noticer

On 7/28 Lorrie Covington wrote: Seems like I’ve read this before. I picked this book from the Thomas Nelson blogger reviews. THE NOTICER, is about a man named “Jones” who appears in the lives of people just when they need him the most. His role is to offer a ‘different perspective’ of their current situation, so that they may change ... The Noticer, by Andy Andrews

Lorrie's Rating:

3 Stars

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