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Review: Take My Hand Again

Not only are our children growing older, but so are our parents.  And, while the children are becoming more independent, the parents may be becoming more dependent.  That is the way life works in our broken world. It’s not easy, this business of our parents growing older.  It is difficult emotionally, of course.  But there […]

Review: Discovering the 5 Love Languages at School

You have probably heard about Gary Chapman’s 5 Love Languages and how they can transform relationships.  This simple concept suggests that people give and feel love in 5 main ways or ‘languages’: words of affirmation, quality time, acts of service, gifts, touch. Once people understand the concept that some of these ‘languages’ will make an individual person […]

Review: Against the Flow by John Lennox

Rick Warren says he reads everything John Lennox writes.  That is now my goal too, and each Lennox book I’ve read has taught me so much. John Lennox, mathematics professor at Oxford, has spent years demonstrating that believing in God not only makes sense but is actually more compatible with physical reality is than atheism […]

Review: More than Just the Talk by Jonathan McKee

I just finished a book that made me so uncomfortable I didn’t want other people to see me reading it.  Usually feeling that way is a warning that something bad is going on, but in this case I think it was a good thing.   You see, I was learning about how parents can counter the […]

Review: Too Many to Jail by Mark Bradley

  Despite intense opposition and persecution, more and more Iranian Muslims are turning to Christ all the time.  Some say Iran has the fastest growing church in the world.  In fact, one pastor’s wife was told during interrogation, “If we arrested people for religious reasons, there would be no room in the prisons.” Mark Bradley’s […]

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