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Find Your Strongest Life

Find Your Strongest Life

On 10/5 Darlene Oakley wrote: Find Your Strongest Life: What the Happiest and Most Successful Women Do Differently by Marcus BuckinghamMy rating: 3 of 5 starsVery rarely am I caught off guard by a book. Before I received a message from Thomas Nelson, as one of their book review bloggers, that this book would be made available to ... Mixed Emotions

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3 Stars

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Fearless

Fearless

On 9/8 Darlene Oakley wrote: Fearless: Imagine Your Life Without Fear by Max LucadoMy rating: 5 of 5 starsThis is the first "adult" book I've had the privilege of reading from Max Lucado. I bought his children's stories for our children. As I have read this book, I was astonished and blessed to see Lucado's gift of writing. He is ... Review of Fearless by Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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Rachel's Tears

Rachel's Tears

On 8/22 Darlene Oakley wrote: What an amazing young woman. I felt privileged to share in her young life and in her family's grief at her brutal murder - along with the murder of 12 other people on April 20, 1999 - and in their ongoing attempts to heal and to spread her message of faith and hope. Her story - as she had hoped when ... Inspiring

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5 Stars

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The Great Eight

The Great Eight

On 3/7 Darlene Oakley wrote: I am (was) an avid figure skating fan. I have watched figure skating since just after the Battle of the Brians back in 1988. As a Canadian, I have followed the careers of Elizabeth Manley, Brian Orser, Kurt Browning, Sale and Pelletier, Bourne and Kratz and Elvis Stoiko. But, I also thoroughly enjoyed ... What an Inspiration!

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5 Stars

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The Chronological Study Bible

The Chronological Study Bible

On 2/9 Darlene Oakley wrote: The Chronological Study Bible provides and intriguing and well researched alternative to the traditional Bible. This book is designed and written to add understanding about the context under which the Bible was written. The Bible contains many books that tell the same history (eg: 1 & 2 Chronicles and ... Excellent Study Resource

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5 Stars

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