Monthly Archives: March 2012

In His Steps by Charles M. Sheldon

I have just experienced one of the most incredible books ever written. What is so awesome is that it was actually written in 1896, as a series of  articles in the “Chicago Advance,” a religious weekly publication. The copy that … Continue reading

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The Last Plea Bargain by Randy Singer

Within the 421 pages of “The Last Plea Bargain (published by Tyndale)  you will gain a real education of the justice system, and how “plea bargaining” affects it.  We’ve heard it all our lives, how the courts of America are … Continue reading

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Hope Valley War by Brock Thoene

Ever notice at wine tastings, they always offer little cubes of cheese or bread to nibble on between the different varieties you are sampling? These are what are known as palate cleansers, and they help to make your taste buds … Continue reading

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As Sure As The Dawn by Francine Rivers

In this, the third and last book of “The Mark of the Lion,” series, we meet up again with Artretes, whom you will remember from the first book, “A Voice in the Wind.”  In this final tale, I was amazed … Continue reading

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An Echo In The Darkness by Francine Rivers

This is the second book of the “Mark of the Lion” series, and it is the continuation of the lives of the Valerian family, and of Hadassah. It picks up right where “Voice in the Wind” left off, with Hadassah … Continue reading

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