Religion Book Reviews

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Most recent Religion Book Reviews

Dinner with a Perfect Stranger David Gregory

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE

The invitation came to him at the office. Perfect in every respect from the Crane stationery it was embossed on to the choice of place—an upscale Italian…

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The Hidden Power of Prayer and Fasting Mahesh Chavda

Reviewed by Bob Pike, CSP, CPAE Speakers Hall of Fam
Chairman/CEO - The Bob Pike Group, Founder/Editor of The CTT Newsletter

Some people talk about it and some people do it. This saying goes…

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Protecting Your Teen From Today's Witchcraft: A Parents Guide to Confronting Wicca and the Occult Steve Russo

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Steve Russo, author of Protecting Your Teen From Today's Witchcraft: A Parents Guide to Confronting Wicca and the Occult, writes a comprehensive manual for anyone, not…

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Discovering Your Divine Assignment: A Step-by-Step Plan for Living Out Your Purpose and Passion Robin Chaddock

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Most of us, at one time or another, question why we are here on earth. What is our purpose? Where are we supposed to be, and what are we supposed to be doing? Robin…

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Ordinary Joy: Finding Fresh Promise in Routine Moments Joe Campeau

Reviewed by Connie Anderson

Look closer. If you want to see beauty, learn to view ordinary things in a new way, Campeau says. The author is currently a senior pastor of the fast-growing…

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Awaiting the Child: An Advent Journal Isabel Anders

Reviewed by Barbara Broom

Isabel Anders in her preface describes Advent as the season that unlocks the mysteries of our being-here with each other--through these short days and long…

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God's Heart for You Marie Chapian

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

I enjoy devotional books, if they have a purpose and are good. They allow me to do what I love, which is read, but they also allow me to think, pray, learn and grow…

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Just a Sister Away Renita Weems

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Just a Sister Away by Renita J. Weems was first written some eighteen years ago. Weems revised it and added four new chapters on Mary Magdalene, Queen of Sheba,…

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No More Christian Nice Guy Paul Coughlin

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame

No More Christian Nice Guy by Paul Coughlin is not for the faint of heart. Many may pass the book by because of its title. To do so would…

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Connecting With Your Kids Timothy Smith

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

Timothy Smith is a speaker, family coach, author and president of Life Skills for American Families
In Connecting with Your Kids, Smith offers sound, logical and… more

Jesus is Enough: Love, Hope, and Comfort in the Storms of Life Claudia May

Reviewed by Sharon Broom

Into every life, trials and tribulation visit at various times and people can falter in their faith. It is then that the negative influence of anger, fear, stress,…

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Living in His Presence: The Immanuel Factor Dave Earley

Reviewed by Andrea Sisco

People of the Bible like Joseph, David, Esther, Moses and the apostles, as well as others, shared the blessing and transforming power of God's presence. Dave Earley,…

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Seven Spiritual Gifts of Waiting Holly Whitcomb

Reviewed by Erica Marston

Holly W. Whitcomb's Seven Spiritual Gifts of Waiting is truly a gift unto itself. Whether you're simply waiting for the bus, or waiting for the diagnosis of a loved…

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Chazown: A Different Way to See Your Life (March 2006) Craig Groeschel

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame

Are you as happy as you want to be? If you were lying on your death bed and knew that time was running out--and also knew that your…

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Being A Girl Who Serves Shannon Primicerio

Reviewed by Marty Medley

"And as all servants do, each of us desperately longs to hear the coveted phrase, 'Well done, good and faithful servant. Enter into the joy of your Lord.' (Matthew…

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