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A Mile Wide Trading A Shallow Religion For A Deeper Faith
By Brandon Hatmaker
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 1/18 Melissa Fuller wrote: Junie B. Jones First Ever Musical Edition by Barbara ParksI've been reading books about Junie B. Jones for years... I read them when I was a teacher and continued with my own kids. Sometimes, people don't care for them because the main character, Junie B. Jones, can be quite sassy or even ... What I'm Reading Wednesday
On 1/17 Lisa Bartelt wrote: I've been reading Jen Hatmaker's books for a few years now, and I love her perspective on living the Christian life. So, when her husband, Brandon, released a book about finding deeper faith, I was eager to read it. A Mile Wide: Trading a Shallow Religion for a Deeper Faith is a must-read, first for ... Finding depth in faith
On 12/27 Matthew Lloyd wrote: I admit, I was hesitant to review this book. I started reading it before all of the hoopla about the author and his wife started. I had finished over half when the news broke and much of the Christian market cried foul. Honestly, I cannot blame the Christian media for being concerned, but it does not ... Book Review: A Mile Wide
On 12/18 S Club Mama wrote: I had a very hard time deciding whether to review this book or not because of the controversy surrounding Brandon Hatmaker and his wife, Jen. I decided to take a look at this book, reading it as I would any other book - with an open mind and a critic's eye (does that sound weird? I like to take a very ... A Mile Wide by Brandon Hatmaker (book review)
On 12/13 Denise wrote: A Mile Wide is the latest offering from popular author Jen Hatmaker's (For The Love, Seven, Interrupted) husband, Brandon Hatmaker. I've read Jen's books Interrupted and For The Love and really enjoyed them, so I was interested in reading a book written by her husband since I've never read anything written ... A Mile Wide
On 12/3 Alison wrote: Having read some of Jen Hatmaker’s books, I was eager to read her husband’s side of their story. Brandon calls the reader beyond church attendance and activities to a wider, deeper, redemptive way of living. I appreciated that he didn’t crouch in mystery what he was talking about. He’s upfront ... A Mile Wide
On 11/30 olive+yew wrote: If going to church and Bible study hasn't inspired you, but has instead left you dry, this is the book for you. Hatmaker discusses how missions, community/social groups and other "non-traditional" ways of worship can actually boost your faith and bring you closer to God. Although I dearly love our new ... Books on Tap: What just happened?
On 11/15 Melissa McMurchy wrote: I love me some Hatmakers so when I heard that Brandon was writing a book I jumped at the chance to get to read it. I absolutely loved this book and how Brandon took every day Bible topics that might take years to understand and condensed them down to a chapter and made them understandable and relatable ... A Mile Wide Review
On 11/14 Benda @ Coffee Tea Books and Me wrote: It took me awhile to read this book for I agreed to review it before hearing about the Hatmaker's stand on subjects such as same sex marriage. I wanted to read carefully and give an honest review. Not based on rumors.The subtitle of this book is Trading a Shallow Religion for a Deeper Faith. ... A Mile Wide by Brandon Hatmaker, a review
On 11/14 Kim Wells wrote: “Our love of one another is the greatest measure of our faith.” (p189) Brandon Hatmaker’s new book, A Mile Wide, is more than a call to a deeper faith – it’s an invitation into kingdom living. It’s an invitation to live a life modeled after Jesus – filled with love, grace and mercy. The ... Such a powerful book!