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Nelson's Biblical Cyclopedic Index

Nelson's Biblical Cyclopedic Index

On 2/25 ckspicer wrote: Ladies:I'm excited to tell you about a new Biblical resource that I have found ever convenient and helpful. Also, you will be glad to know that this is not a huge book, like many Biblical resources tend to be. The book I am referring to is entitled, Nelson's Biblical Cyclopedic Index. You might be ... New, great resource

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4 Stars

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Good Morning, Lord

Good Morning, Lord

On 10/7 ckspicer wrote: Thomas Nelson Publishers sent this book to me for review. I was pleasantly surprised when greeted by this wonderful book to guide morning devotions with God. Sheila Walsh has produced a very practical format that has enabled me to begin my day with God uppermost in my mind and heart. Sheila accomplishes ... Love this book!

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4 Stars

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Permission to Speak Freely

Permission to Speak Freely

On 9/8 ckspicer wrote: Book Review: Permission to Speak Freely Recently, I have been captured by a new Thomas Nelson book written by Anne Jackson. It's title is PERMISSION TO SPEAK FREELY. The hook of the book is "What is one thing you feel you can't say in the church?" This question that Anne posed on a blog is what prompted ... Book Review: Permission to Speak Freely

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4 Stars

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Jungle Warfare

Jungle Warfare

On 8/11 ckspicer wrote: JUNGLE WARFARE: A BASIC FIELD MANUAL FROM CHRISTIANS IN SALES is targeted toward people employed in sales, which grew out of ideas the author found from reading his grandfather's field manual from his days in the military. He found many parallels between working in sales and jungle warfare that are ... Great Concept

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3 Stars

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The Right to Lead

The Right to Lead

On 7/16 ckspicer wrote: In his book, THE RIGHT TO LEAD, John Maxwell uses real-life examples of true leaders down through the ages who have exhitibited strong leadership ability. Several people he uses to illustrate the leadership principles include the gladiator, Maximus, Harriet Tubman, George Washington, John Wooden, Eric ... A Leadership "Keeper"

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5 Stars

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66 Love Letters

66 Love Letters

On 5/23 ckspicer wrote: This month I want to share a review of the book, 66 LOVE LETTERS by Larry Crabb. Larry starts with the premise that God's Word is a "love letter" to His children. From this perspective, he condenses the message of each book of the Bible as if it is message from God to us. He begins each book of Scripture ... Inspiring book

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4 Stars

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How to Reach Your Full Potential for God

How to Reach Your Full Potential for God

On 1/30 ckspicer wrote: Dr. Stanley uses this opportunity to compile helpful principles that regulate a "productive life" that God can use. The criteria he proposes include: 1. A Clean Heart 2. A Clear Mind 3. Using Your Gifts 4. A Healthy Body 5. Right Relationships 6. A Balanced Schedule 7. Taking God-Approved Risks This ... Book Review: How to Reach Your Full Potential for God

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1 Stars

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Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain

Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain

On 12/27 ckspicer wrote: Today, I am writing a review in hopes that you will read a new book entitled, FINDING PURPOSE BEYOND OUR PAIN. The authors are Dr. Paul Meier and Dr. David Henderson. Both authors are Christian medical doctors specializing in psychiatry. This book covers seven "inevitables" of life......injustice, rejection, ... Review: Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain

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4 Stars

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What Difference Do It Make?

What Difference Do It Make?

On 10/15 ckspicer wrote: This book is a meaningful sequel to Same Kind of Different As Me. Once again, it is interestingly written with both authors writing alternate chapters and telling their story from two different perspectives. This keeps the writing very interesting. Also, this book is full of vignettes of people who were ... Wonderful sequel

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4 Stars

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