Girl, Wash Your Face (Book Review)

By Elizabeth Prata 1. HOW (CHRISTIAN-ISH) PEOPLE GET FAMOUS It's no longer just movies or television that launches the latest It Girl celebrity. It's social media. A person who starts a blog, web page, Instagram, Twitter or myriad other social media platforms, if they hit the right note, the right moment, and persevere with quantity …

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Book review: Don’t like devotionals? Then I have THE one for you, The Valley of Vision

Christians often speak of "Devotions" or of doing a "devotional."CARM.org defines devotions this way:Devotions are times when you focus on the person of God in prayer and/or the Bible and set your heart and mind on his divine truth. Devotions are quiet times of reflection, confession, examination, and worship. Our devotions must be Christ centered …

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Book Review: "Things Pondered," Beth Moore’s story of adopting a boy and giving him back

Beth Moore published a book in 2004 called, Things Pondered: From the Heart of a Lesser Woman. It is a book of vignettes and poetry, recollections and descriptions of the various events in Beth Moore's life from young womanhood as a bride through early days of her marriage, becoming a mother, and her adopted son. …

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Book Review: In His Steps by Charles Sheldon

I've been talking lately about how hard it is to remain pure, because even with a strict filter on my computer for myself, avoiding most television, refusing to attend movies, etc, there are still images and concepts that enter in and pollute. Christian books today may be pure, or they may not be pure, many …

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