Reviews by Geoffrey Vallance
On 4/9 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: Who do you think you are by Mark Driscoll is a thoughtful commentary on the book of Ephesians and the overlying theme of our identity in Christ. The book has 16 chapters that start with "I am _____" with the blank part filled out with various themes throughout Ephesians (Reconciled, forgiven etc.). ... Who do you think you are review.
On 12/12 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: Building Family Ties with Faith, Love, and Laughter is a book focusing on how to connect better with your kids and why we do that. Dave Stone's approach is casual and approachable and I found myself giving a lot of thought so suggestions and solutions that he suggests. I've read some reviews that say ... Building Family Ties with Faith, Love and Laughter Book Review
On 7/8 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: For this book review, I am reviewing Real Marriage by Mark & Grace Driscoll. Before the book was released I did see some 'hype' about this book and people raving about it. It piqued my interest as I'm always looking for a good marriage enrichment book. I ordered it from book sneeze and I was excited ... Real Marriage
On 11/1 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: When I saw this book available for review on Booksneeze I jumped at the chance of getting it. I have been interested to read it and just see what it was like for a while. I started reading it and was into the story so much that I actually read the whole thing in one reading! (It took me about 3 hrs from ... Heaven is for Real...
On 10/31 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: The latest book that I've 'read' (I say 'read' because i haven't read all of it...yet!) is the Love & Respect Experience. If you haven't read the Original "Love & Respect" and you are married or looking to become married in the near future then you should stop reading this now and go out and buy THAT ... The Love & Respect Experience
On 9/24 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: When I saw that this book was up for grabs on Book Sneeze I knew I had to grab it. I did. Bonhoffer is the true account of Deidrich Bonhoffer whom was a German pastor/apostolic figure living in wartime Germany in WWII. He was one whom challenged the status quo when others wouldn’t. Ultimately, it cost ... Bonhoffer by Eric Maxtas
On 8/3 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: So in this installment of reading and reviewing books by BookSneeze.com I am reviewing another e-book. This one is “quotes by Billy Graham”. This book is exactly how I expected it to be – a bunch of topics and quotes from Billy Graham (most specifically his books). It was enjoyable to see so many ... Billy Graham in Quotes
On 6/12 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: I am not usually one who reads novels. I didnt read much of this one. Book Sneeze was offering this on top of another book i was reviewing at the time and so took advantage of it. In saying this it also looked intruiging.What i didnt know at first about this was that it is part of a series. Not that ... The Final summit
On 6/12 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: Max Lucado seems to be a very nice chap. He seems like an approachable person whom is laid back. This basically describes Max’s approach in writing - laid back and an easy read. In this book “Max on Life”, Max takes a look at common life questions that people have asked Max throughout the years ... Max on Life
On 6/12 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: As one who wants to get better in writing and crafting how I write, story engineering caught my eye. Story Engineering overall i believe will be a good book for you to read. While not everything in the book i agreed with this will help you on your quest to craft a story with great tips and points on ... Story Engineering
On 4/23 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: When I saw this book couples who pray i was excited! "Couples who pray" i thought, "wow, now i will be able to pray with my wife more!". Part of what I think excites us about praying together is just that it creates intimacy between my wife and I. Another major part is, obviously, us jointly growing ... Couples Who Pray
On 4/6 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: When I first saw this book I had just started to read some literature from John Maxwell and have loved the books that he has written. I was excited to read this book as I have found that sometimes church relationships (mine included) have sometimes become shallow - sometimes reduced to "hi how are you", ... Everyone Communicates, Few Connect
On 3/1 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: I have enjoyed reviewing for booksneeze.com and this DVD, Antonio Meets His Match excited me as my son is getting more and more into the Hermie Series. The basic premise of the story is 'loving your neighbor'. Antonio the ant (who seems to resemble the ants off of that movie by dreamworks' "Ants") finds ... Hermie and Friends #1
On 1/6 Geoffrey Vallance wrote: I was excited to receive my first brb book - The Tallest of Smalls by Max Lucado. Having never read the book fearless which this parable is taken from I was able to read this with only an incling as to what the book was about because of the title. The pictures are bright with a unique style to them. ... The Tallest of Smalls by Max Lucado