Reviews by Kelli Regan
On 1/17 Kelli Regan wrote: This is the first gift book I’ve reviewed and it was a lovely change of pace from some of the denser non-fiction entries of late. Jesus Lives by Sarah Young is a follow up to her popular Jesus Calling devotional. In Jesus Lives author Sarah Young provides 180 topical devotionals exemplifying Jesus' ... Book Review: Jesus Lives by Sarah Young
On 11/16 Kelli Regan wrote: You might say you have faith. But how would you respond if God called you to the mission field…to a country hostile to Christians…like Afghanistan? What if you said yes, and after years of humanitarian work the Taliban destroys it all in minutes…and takes you and your co-workers hostage…and imprisons ... Book Review: Kabul24
On 9/8 Kelli Regan wrote: You may have heard of Max Lucado. He’s some written books. In fact, he’s such a prolific writer it’s hard to imagine a person exists who hasn’t read something he’s written. I certainly have, but in recent years have turned away from him in favor of other authors. I might have stayed ... Imagine a Life without Fear
On 8/10 Kelli Regan wrote: Crisis in Christianity: 21st Century presents a broad look at the popular, but heretical preaching occurring throughout the Christian world. Through well-researched chapters, Hank Hanegraaff digs deep into the teachings of popular preachers whose messages draw crowds, sell books and fill the airwaves...but ... Book Review: Crisis in Christianity: 21st Century
On 2/5 Kelli Regan wrote: A while back Thomas Nelson Publishing made an offer I jumped at: receive a free book in exchange for writing a review on your blog. My skeptical side said, Surely there must be a catch. But there wasn't/isn't (at least none I've discovered). The first book I received, Billy, arrived days after I signed ... Book Review: The Word of Promise Next Generation - New Testament
On 12/2 Kelli Regan wrote: Many say Billy Graham is a modern day apostle. I'm too young to have experienced him in his prime, but he certainly seems like the real deal. However, my cynical side wonders if it’s just a matter of time before his past sins come to light and he’s undone by his own doings.The latter is the launching ... Book Review: "Billy, The Untold Story"