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Secrets of Dynamic Communication

Secrets of Dynamic Communication

On 12/10 Buehlerish wrote: If you’ve ever seen or heard Ken Davis speak, mentioning his name has already brought a smile to your face–he’s a funny guy, and a great communicator. What better person, I suppose, to write a book called Secrets of Dynamic Communication: Prepare with Focus, Deliver with Clarity, Speak with Power. ... How great communicators can SCORRE

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4 Stars

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Fight

Fight

On 9/12 Buehlerish wrote: I find this book to be quite shallow in life-changing content. It's as if Groeschel was under contract to right another book, and this is the best he could come up with. Fact of the matter is, the book reads like a really long drawn out sermon. Groeschel is hosting a simulcast on October 26th focusing ... Perfect for potty-page-turning

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3 Stars

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Heaven Is For Real DVD-Based Conversation Kit

Heaven Is For Real DVD-Based Conversation Kit

On 7/10 Buehlerish wrote: Heaven has to be one of the very few things that people believe exists (far reached from their actual (non-)belief in someone having actually created heaven, let alone earth). It's a nice idea. It's a pleasant thought, and somehow makes some the bad times in life that much more endurable--the thought ... A great introduction to heaven for new and young believers

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3 Stars

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The Gospel According to Jesus

The Gospel According to Jesus

On 11/8 Buehlerish wrote: When I got my hands on Chris Seay’s The Gospel According to Jesus, I anticipated reading another book where an author attempts to write something “new” about God and the Gospel when in reality they end up simply preaching sermons I’ve heard many times on Sundays–nothing new under the sun. The ... Thought Provoking/Changing

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4 Stars

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You Were Made to Make a Difference

You Were Made to Make a Difference

On 8/5 Buehlerish wrote: Purpose in life--don't we all want to know that we have it? Those who aren't sure of their purpose, may simply float through life. Those who feel they have it, wake up in the morning with a spring in their step, certain that they're living for something. In the teen version of You Were Made to Make a ... Great read for 8 to 12 year olds

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4 Stars

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Max On Life

Max On Life

On 4/18 Buehlerish wrote: Plain and simple, Max on Life is a reference book. It should sit on a preacher’s shelf right next to his lexicon and biblical commentaries. It is NOT a book I recommend to the typical Lucado book reader. I can see myself using this for structuring a sermon, using some of Lucado’s quick answers as ... Review: “Max on Life” by Max Lucado

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2 Stars

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The Boy Who Changed the World

The Boy Who Changed the World

On 9/8 Buehlerish wrote: The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews is a wonderful story of how the small things we do and the choices we make day-by-day can have an impact for years to come and on people whom we will likely never meet. The illustrations are beautiful for kids of any age. However, I found the stories themselves ... First try at a kid's book

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2 Stars

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The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect

On 9/8 Buehlerish wrote: Let me preclude this review with a disclaimer that I detest “gift” books such as the The Butterfly Effect. They are useless like the little wooden knickknacks my grandmother loves to decorate her house with from ceiling to shag carpet, or the teddy bears who sit on her chairs and couches, taking up any possible ... Review: “The Butterfly Effect” by Andy Andrews

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2 Stars

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Mind Your Own Mortgage

Mind Your Own Mortgage

On 8/9 Buehlerish wrote: I’ve now been married for 9 months. Considering how long I intend to be married, I suppose this isn’t a long time. Nonetheless, since we are still renting, I have had the future prospects of mortgages on my mind since tying the knot. (A man’s gotta provide a roof for his family!) So the opportunity ... Book Review: “Mind Your Own Mortgage” by Robert J. Bernabe

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5 Stars

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The Voice New Testament

The Voice New Testament

On 4/24 Buehlerish wrote: The Bible is a unique collection of books… obviously. Language as a whole is incredibly complex, commenced with the tower of Babel itself. So when it comes to translating a language that is 2000 years old (for the New Testament), it’s a great challenge to try and translate, not only words, but idioms, intonations, and ... Review: “The Voice: New Testament”

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3 Stars

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Where is God?

Where is God?

On 3/23 Buehlerish wrote: I think I began reading Where is God? with the wrong expectations. I am a sucker for anyone who attempts to tackle the hard questions that people ask, that Christians and the Bible don’t always have all the answers for. So to read a book tackling the question of where is God?, I’m all in, ... Book Review: “Where is God?” by Dr. John Townsend

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3 Stars

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