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What's Your Mark

What's Your Mark

On 6/26 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: What's Your Mark uniquely blends motivational stories, and the Gospel of Mark to inspire the reader.  Through this unique combination of photography, new stories, and ancient sacred texts, the reader will become inspired to find their unique opportunity.  It will become clear that each person ... What's Your Mark?

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4 Stars

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The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant

The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant

On 5/15 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant is a parable that will help people in the marketplace see their how their role can be a powerful ministry.  It is generally easy for people to identify the way the life of a minister impacts God's plans and God's kingdom. However, it is often difficult for ... The Legend of the Monk And the Merchant by Terry Felber

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4 Stars

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Redemption

Redemption

On 1/13 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: Redemption is Bryan Clay's first-person tale of redemption - in two, interwoven ways. Most importantly, is Clay's description of the people and processes in his lift that lead him to a personal relationship with Christ. Secondly, its his tale of transforming from a confused, angry kid to a world-class ... Redemption by Bryan Clay

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4 Stars

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The River

The River

On 10/9 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: The River by Michael NealeMostly, I read non-fiction books on leadership and Christian topics, but I shifted gears a bit to read a novel, The River by Michael Neale.The River is a well written tale of an unexpected encounter between two travelers. One traveler is returning home after countless meetings, ... The River by Michael Neale

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5 Stars

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On This Day in Christian History

On This Day in Christian History

On 9/1 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: I enjoy having a little structure to my daily reading, so I thought this would be a great book for my habit.The book (typical of “On This Day...” books) is structured by date - a perfect fit for a daily reading plan.  Each day’s reading includes a short ‘article’ about a significant event, ... On This Day in Christian History by Robert J. Morgan

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3 Stars

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Outlive Your Life

Outlive Your Life

On 9/10 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: WARNING: Reading this book may change you.Sometimes you read a book that explains what you should do or think, sometimes you read a story and it touches your heart, but it's a rare book that weaves these together in such a way as to have this sort of impact.Using the book of Acts as a foundation, ... Outlive Your Life by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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The Right to Lead

The Right to Lead

On 8/30 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: I'm sure many leaders have read leadership books.  I know I have.  In fact, we read, notate, study - we work at understanding the concepts, figuring them out, determining how they apply, and what we can do.This book will give you something of a break - not from learning and improving, but ... The Right to Lead by John Maxwell

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5 Stars

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Obstacles Welcome

Obstacles Welcome

On 5/30 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: I'm something of a geek(or so I'm told by family and friends), so getting insight into the leadership principles of Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO of AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets, was very appealing.The core principle is that the obstacles and challenges in our lives are the things that ... Obstacles Welcome by Ralph de la Vega

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3 Stars

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The Search for God and Guinness

The Search for God and Guinness

On 10/22 Mitchell Blackburn wrote: I was immediately captured by the simple, but striking, cover.  A pint of Guinness, back-lit by a heavenly glow.It was no coincidence. This book indeed reveals the heavenly glow of the Guinness family.In the prologue, I was drawn in by Mansfield's account of an encounter where he concisely shared ... The Search for God and Guinness by Stephen Mansfield

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4 Stars

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