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Passion

Passion

On 6/3 Cory McCaig wrote: In the book Passion: The Bright Light of Glory author Louie Giglio shares the heart and the drive of the Passion Conferences. The book is actually a compilation of many messages given by various speakers such as John Piper, Francis Chan, Beth Moore, Judah Smith, and Christine Caine. All of these messages ... "Passion" by Louie Giglio

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4 Stars

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Open

Open

On 4/18 Cory McCaig wrote: In his book Open, Craig Gross provides a field manual of sorts into the world of accountability. Compelling arguments are given as to what accountability really looks like and to way every individual needs it. Gross also gives suggestions based on his own experiences as to how to set up accountability ... Book Review: Open by Craig Gross

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5 Stars

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gods at war

gods at war

On 5/31 Cory McCaig wrote: Mr. Idleman brings to light a subject that we all as Christians have struggled with from time to time. In his book Gods At War he discusses the subject of idols in our modern culture. He helps to identify that idols aren’t always statues of the Old Testament times but rather anything that takes our ... Book Review: Gods At War by Kyle Idleman

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5 Stars

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Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are?

On 2/28 Cory McCaig wrote: In the book Who Do You Thing You Are? Mark Driscoll explores the identity of every Christian. By unfolding Paul’s famous phrase “in Christ” Driscoll explains how each believer has to overcome the temptation to follow after false identities for the true identity found in the Lord. The reader is ... Book Review: Who Do You Think You Are? by Mark Driscoll

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5 Stars

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Empty Promises

Empty Promises

On 5/31 Cory McCaig wrote: In the book Empty Promises by Pete Wilson the problem of the deceptive power of idolatry is put into a modern day reality. Wilson unpacks how Christians today fall for the empty misconception that achievement, approval, power, money, religion, beauty, or even chasing one’s dreams will bring us the ... Book Review: Empty Promises by Pete Wilson

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4 Stars

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Nearing Home

Nearing Home

On 1/13 Cory McCaig wrote: In the book Nearing Home, Billy Graham gives some great insights for Christians to consider before and after they find themselves in the twilight years of their lives. He deals with such things a retirement, personal wishes on hospitalization arrangements, funeral preferences, leaving a legacy, how ... Book Review: Nearing Home by Billy Graham

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5 Stars

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Jolt!

Jolt!

On 7/8 Cory McCaig wrote: In the book JOLT! by Phil Cooke one is reminded of the ever changing world we live in. From the introduction of social networking to the ever turning tide of the entertainment business our culture is changing more rapidly than ever before. Cooke seeks to give the reader 25 areas to “jolt” their ... Book Review: JOLT! by Phil Cooke

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3 Stars

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Pujols

Pujols

On 3/1 Cory McCaig wrote: Being an avid St. Louis Cardinal’s fan, I just couldn’t wait to sink my teeth into Pujols: More Than The Game by Scott Lamb and Tim Ellsworth. In this short biography, Lamb and Ellsworth trace the life and baseball career of the great Albert Pujols. However, this biography is unique because it ... Book Review: Pujols by Scott Lamb & Tim Ellsworth

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4 Stars

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The Jesus Inquest

The Jesus Inquest

On 2/1 Cory McCaig wrote: The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster is an open case study for the evidence in support and against the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In it Foster strives to dig deeper into the issues and questions that linger over this important doctrine in Christianity. After he had come up short in finding adequate ... Book Review: The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster

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5 Stars

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Living Life in the Zone

Living Life in the Zone

On 12/21 Cory McCaig wrote: Living Life in the Zone by Kyle Rote Jr. and Joe Pettigrew is a forty-day spiritual devotional guide for men. It is infused with sports terminology and stories from such sports figures as Larry Bird, Joe Namath, and Orel Hershiser, to spark the interest of the sports loving fan, but at the same start ... Book Review: Living Live In The Zone By Kyle Rote Jr. & Dr. Joe Pettigrew

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4 Stars

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The Jesus You Can't Ignore

The Jesus You Can't Ignore

On 9/22 Cory McCaig wrote: The Jesus You Can’t Ignore by John MacArthur is an attempt to portray a fuller depiction of Jesus Christ. In the book MacArthur unpacks the bold confrontations between Jesus and the Pharisees. From these confrontations, MacArthur points out that a Christian’s understanding of how Jesus stood for ... Book Review: The Jesus You Can’t Ignore by John MacArthur

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5 Stars

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Change Your Church for Good, Revised

Change Your Church for Good, Revised

On 6/26 Cory McCaig wrote: Change Your Church For Good is a pastors’ (Brad Powell) perspective on creating transition in a church that is either stagnant or dying, to a church that is alive and thriving. Powell doesn’t pull any punches either.  He deals with topics such as resistance, hard work, and short-term loss.  But Powell also gives great insight ... Book Review: Change Your Church For Good by Brad Powell

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4 Stars

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Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

Everyone Communicates, Few Connect

On 5/1 Cory McCaig wrote: In the book Everyone Communicates Few Connect, we are given an insightful journey into the art of communicating that grasps people’s attention or “connects.”  John C. Maxwell explores true communication barriers and provides a hands-on approach to really connecting with others.  Maxwell introduces ... Book Review: Everyone Communicates Few Connect by John C. Maxwell

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4 Stars

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The Voice of Psalms

The Voice of Psalms

On 3/2 Cory McCaig wrote: The Voice of the Psalms is produced by the Ecclesia Bible Society and published by Thomas Nelson.  It is a rendering of the entire book of Psalms presented in The Voice translation and has a layout like a devotional book. It provides “reflections” which are small devotional commentaries given for each selected psalms. These reflections ... Book Review: The Voice of Psalms

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3 Stars

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