“3 Days in Moscow” Book Review

History students, Reagan fans and biography buffs of all political stripes will love “3 Days in Moscow” by Brett Baier. It is a smartly composed historical scrapbook brimming with anecdotes about the man who so many have come to admire as one of our truly great...

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“Truman” by David McCullough ~ Book Review

I just finished reading “Truman” by David McCullough. It is a massive work, 1120 pages (a 55 hour listen by audio-book), but it is well worth the time! This biography won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize and it is just one of two books written by McCollough that garnered the...

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A Trip Around the Sun ~ Book Review

Mark Batterson is an outstanding author whose books never fail to challenge and inspire. In “A Trip Around the Sun” he one-ups himself by bringing aboard Richard “Dick” Foth, one of his mentors, to co-author an inspiring chronicle of wisdom, warmth and  great...

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A Tale of Three Kings ~ Book Review

A Tale of Three Kings is one of those books that when you read it, you want to share with your friends. It addresses an issue that we all have faced at one time or another throughout our lives: how to respond to unjust leaders or rebellious, disloyal followers. Like a...

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You Have A Brain ~ Book Review

Throughout his life, renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Benjamin Carson has overcome many obstacles: His father leaving the family; being considered stupid by his classmates in elementary school; raised in inner-city Detroit; and having a violent temper. He didn't let his...

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“Disappointment With God” Book Review

A Powerful Look at the Nature & Character of God “Disappointment With God” by Phillip Yancey offers powerful look into the nature and character of God. Winner of the Gold Medallion Book Award and chosen as Christianity Today’s Book of the Year, it addresses with...

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“Every Good Endeavor” Book Review

Timothy J. Keller’s “Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God's Plan for the World” is a modern day masterpiece that sheds much needed light on God’s design for work and vocation, calling us way from drivenness and work-a-holism on the one hand and idleness...

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Revealing Jesus: A 365 Day Devotional

Darlene Zschech is a well known worship leader and song writer who served as worship pastor with Hillsong Church in Sydney, Australia for 11 years (1996 to 2007) during which time she established herself as a pioneer of the modern worship movement, producing more than...

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To Hell and Back: The Last Train from Hiroshima

Seventy-two years ago tomorrow, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. A few days later, a second bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki,  resulting in the surrender of Japan to the US armed forces. “The Last Train From...

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The Magnolia Story Book Review

If you ever enjoyed an episode of "Fixer Upper" featuring Chip & Joanna Gaines, you're going to love the Magnolia Story. As is so often the case, the book is better than the screen version, because it adds so many layers of understanding to who these two people...

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Truth Encounter of a Different Kind

Author Ron DeMiglio is an international coffee businessman. He has travelled the world and discovered a potpourri of lessons about life, discipleship, and following Jesus. In this book he sets out to share some of these lessons. DeMiglio has written an outstanding...

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Gray Matter

Dr David Levy is an award winning neurosurgeon who prays for his patients. In this book lets us see into his world–a world filled with the technical challenges, unique cases, high points and low points that only a brain surgeon could experience. I really appreciate...

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Chase the Lion

Mark Batterson is hands down one of the best Christian non-fiction writers to come around in a long time. You have to read one of his books, if you haven't already, to see for yourself what I mean. All his books are good, but when I read "Chase the Lion," I turned to...

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7 Habits of Highly Effective People Book Review

Leadership For the Long Haul Many books on leadership skim the surface or seek to inspire with great quotes. Others give practical tips on good management technique. A few go deep and start a whole new discussion on the subject of leadership. This is what “7 Habits of...

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