Reviews by Rachel
On 8/4 Rachel wrote: Johann Sebastian Bachfrom the Series: Christian EncountersBy Rick MarschallThomas NelsonAs a Christian who happens to be a musician, it is always interesting to learn more about the Christian lives of composers and artists. However, as the author, Rick Marschall says, "It is not necessary to be a learned ... Book Review::Johann Sebastian Bach,
On 4/20 Rachel wrote: The Part Time Vegan lives up to its subtitle: "put the fun in flexitarian." Grifoni makes vegan cooking easy, fun and accessible. She shares a good dose of sarcasm along the way, making the directions for each recipe entertaining to follow. The recipes don't include lists of difficult to pronounce ingredients, ... Book Review: The Part-Time Vegan
On 3/8 Rachel wrote: What's He Really Thinkingby Paula Rinehartcopyright 2009Thomas Nelson Book PublishersThe subtitle of this book says it all: How to be relational genius with the man in your life. While that may be a bit of an exaggeration, this book will set you on your way. This is not a book just for married women, ... Book Review: What's He Really Thinking?
On 1/5 Rachel wrote: Chris Seay is a pastor and a church planter who presents a book that teaches the gospel message in a contemporary manner. He posits that Christians today are missing something, that we are off the mark of the truth of the gospel. He presents survey data.... A good reminder of gospel truths
On 8/27 Rachel wrote: same kind of different as meBy Ron Hall and Denver MooreWith Lynn VincentCopyright 2006Thomas Nelson PublishersSame Kind of Different as Me tells the story of two men: an older, black, homeless man and a wealthy, white art dealer. Denver Moore is a vagabond who made his was to Fort Worth, Texas several ... Review: Same Kind of Different as Me
On 5/7 Rachel wrote: Captivating: Unveiling the Mystery of a Woman's Soul (Revised and Expanded"By John and Stasi EldredgeThomas NelsonCaptivating, co-authored by husband-wife team, John and Stasi Eldrege, explains in very simple terms the core of a woman's soul. The premise of the book is based on the presupposition that, ... Captivating
On 3/25 Rachel wrote: Beautiful Things Happen When A Woman Trusts Godby Sheila WalshThomas Nelson, 2009Sheila Walsh's Beautiful Things Happen When A Woman Trusts God is a wonderfully organized book that will be an encouragement to women, regardless of geography or generation. It is a book that mixes Walsh's biographical story ...