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Why Men Hate Going to Church

Why Men Hate Going to Church

On 12/14 Maureen Lefebvre wrote: My head is reeling from the information contained in “WhyMen Hate Going to Church”. How could I be so wrong when I thought I was so right? So many things that I thought made church “right”, it seems, turn men off from going. They appeal to me as a woman, but men are from a different planet in ... Why Men Hate Going to Church by David Murrow

Maureen's Rating:

5 Stars

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George Washington Carver

George Washington Carver

On 10/21 Maureen Lefebvre wrote: A small man with a big heart. George Washington Carver was an small, unassuming man who had big dreams, big thoughts and the drive to bring them to fruition. Yes, he had a lot to do with multiple uses for the peanut. But he was so much more than the "peanut man". His life is a testimony to hard work, ... An Inspiration to all

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5 Stars

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Mystically Wired

Mystically Wired

On 8/25 Maureen Lefebvre wrote: Talking to God - a person that we can't see - is not a habit that our culture actively cultivates. Ken Wilson, in the book "Mystically Wired", submits that human beings are meant to be pray-ers. He claims that indeed, we are wired for it, but our society doesn't lend itself to the quiet and contemplation ... Mystically Wired

Maureen's Rating:

4 Stars

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The Map

The Map

On 5/12 Maureen Lefebvre wrote: Men – what could you do with a map of your spiritual life? Do you think that it might make the Christian life easier to follow? You bet! “The Map” by David Murrow is just that. Using the interesting format of a thriller novel, plus insights he has derived from scripture, Murrow develops the theory ... For the men in my life

Maureen's Rating:

3 Stars

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The King and Dr. Nick

The King and Dr. Nick

On 2/18 Maureen Lefebvre wrote: Stories are plentiful when it comes to "The King of Rock and Roll", Elvis Presley. Some are written for money, some for the love of the man himself and some to set the record straight. "The King and Dr. Nick" is a first-hand account of Dr. George Nichopoulos's 10 year relationship with Presley as his ... The music never fades

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3 Stars

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The Power of Respect

The Power of Respect

On 1/2 Maureen Lefebvre wrote: The criteria for calling a book “good” is that it touches you in some way or causes you to think – even to become a better person. “The Power of Respect” by Deborah Norville was such a book. Norville’s definition of respect - “Acknowledging the value and uniqueness of others and being ... The Power of Respect

Maureen's Rating:

4 Stars

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