Reviews by Shannon Cox
On 2/10 Shannon Cox wrote: As Valentine's Day approaches, many people think about what can they do to improve their love life. The husband and wife team of Squire Rusnell and Louise DuArt take the approach that praying just five minutes a day for forty days can dramatically improve your relationship with your spouse. Their tagline ... Couples Who Pray
On 1/6 Shannon Cox wrote: No one is more iconic to the modern day Christian faith than the Rev. Billy Graham. For almost a half century, this man has preached the word of God to millions of people. This year his daily devotional, Unto These Hills, has been republished for another generation to enjoy. Twenty five years after ... Unto These Hills
On 10/12 Shannon Cox wrote: A couple of months ago, Thomas Nelson Publishers sent me the book Captivating (Revised and Expanded): Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman's Soul by John & Stasi Eldredge to review. I had given my mom the first version of this book as a birthday present a while back, but I had never gotten around to ... Captivating
On 4/12 Shannon Cox wrote: As a young believer, many Christians struggle with what should their life look now that Christ is Lord over my life. Thomas Nelson Publishers sent me this new devotional & journal called How Should a Christian Live? It is part of a four part devotional series that walks a student through the entire ... How Should a Christian Live?
On 3/24 Shannon Cox wrote: It seems like more than ever these days, there is so much pain and suffering. From natural disasters to deaths, many people, including Christians, are beginning to question where is God in all this? Dr. John Townsend attempts to answer this question and more in his new book Where is God?. Thomas Nelson ... Where is God?
On 12/31 Shannon Cox wrote: With the 6th and final season of LOST quickly approaching, there is a lot of anticipation as to how the writers will end the show. My husband and I have been big fans of the show since the very beginning, so I jumped at the chance to review The Gospel According to Lost by Chris Seay for Thomas Nelson ... The Gospel According to Lost