Reviews by Steven Smith
On 9/14 Steven Smith wrote: We are common folk.We sit in the bleachers, eat at diners, change diapers, and wear our favorite team's ball cap. Fan's don't wave when we pass. Servants don't scurry when we come home. Chauffer's don't drive our cars; butlers don't open our doors or draw our baths. Doormen don't greet us, and security ... Outlive Your Live Review
On 4/30 Steven Smith wrote: A Map, written in code, and hidden in the gospel of Matthew, reveals a truth so explosive it could rock the foundations of Christianity or lead to its rebirth. A cleric appears out of the rain-spattered darkness, bearing a mysterious message: a long-lost map with the power to transform men is on the ... The Map - The Way of All Great Men
On 2/24 Steven Smith wrote: If you're a church going guy, if you like sports, and if you want to grow closer to the Lord, You need to get this book! Some days it is not always easy! This book is really a discipleship manual that focuses on helping you live a victorious Christian life! The book itself is designed to be a 40 day ... Living Life In The Zone: A 40 Day Spiritual Game Plan for Men ~ Book Review
On 1/16 Steven Smith wrote: So often the world says, “You’re average. You are merely one in six billion. You need to be content and settle for whatever comes your way.”Or have any of these thoughts crossed your mind recently?When I look at my life and the way the world is today, I don’t see much to be excited about. When ... How To Reach Your Full Potential for God ~ Book Review
On 12/17 Steven Smith wrote: billboards. magazines. television. pictures. media. newspapers. internet. posters. movies...perfect Too often, women get caught up in a material world. We're taught through billboards, magazines, and other such things to love material things that "enhance" the way we look. The perfect makeup, the ... Redefining Beautiful ~ Book Review
On 9/24 Steven Smith wrote: Ever wonder why you and your wife constantly seem to go round and round on a merry go round when it comes to dealing with simple conflict? Why can’t things just go smoother? Why can’t we understand one another’s needs? How can we make our marriage work? Then you must read Love and Respect ... Love and Respect...Easy Enough?