Blur – Steven James

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Blur
by Steven James

Series: Blur Trilogy #1

Genre: Fiction, Suspense, Young Adult

Publication Date: May 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon four-stars

QUICK HIT - Blur is trademark Steven James: a great mystery, an interesting premise, a unique philosophical foundation, and above all, simply a great story that had me totally immersed and enthralled.

Free Book Saturdays!

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Free book Saturdays returns with a few exciting offerings!

 

 

 

 

 

 

True Love Project – Clayton and Sharie King

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True Love Project
by Clayton King

Genre: Christian, Christian Life, Family & Relationships, Non-Fiction, Social Issues, Spiritual Growth

Published by B&H Publishing Group

Publication Date: September 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon four-stars

QUICK HIT – In True Love Project, Clayton and Sharie King revitalize the True Love Waits doctrine for a whole new generation. Clayton’s writing is clear, conversational, and convincing.

Beat God to the Punch – Eric Mason

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Beat God to the Punch
by Eric Mason

Genre: Christian Life, Non-Fiction, Spiritual Growth

Published by B&H Publishing Group

Publication Date: September 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon four-stars

QUICK HIT – With a terse, no-holds-barred style, Mason pulls no punches in this small but powerful treatise on grace and what we should do with it.

Cottonmouth and the Great Gift – C.S. Fritz

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Cottonmouth and the Great Gift
by C.S. Fritz

Series: Cottonmouth #2

Genre: Children's, Christian, Fiction

Published by David C. Cook

Publication Date: September 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon half-star

QUICK HIT – Beautifully illustrated but disjointedly written, Cottonmouth and the Great Gift aims to be mystical, mysterious, and metaphorical, but ultimately falls off the cliff into a random sequence of events that leaves the reader more confused than anything else.

A Breast Cancer Alphabet – Madhulika Sikka

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A Breast Cancer Alphabet
by Madhulika Sikka

Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Non-Fiction, Women's Health

Published by Crown Publishing Group

Publication Date: February 2014

Reviewed by Jessica Higgins

Purchase at Amazon five-stars

QUICK HIT – A top notch guide for anyone dealing with Breast Cancer themselves or someone they know and love.

Next: Pastoral Succession that Works – William Vanderbloemen and Warren Bird

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Next
by Warren Bird, William Vanderbloemen

Genre: Christian Life, Christian Ministry, Non-Fiction

Published by Baker Books

Publication Date: September 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon five-stars

QUICK HIT – One of the hardest questions for any leader is the question of when to give up the reins and how do it well. In Next: Pastoral Succession That Works, you’ll find numerous case studies and excellent strategies for preparing for the inevitable.

Before Amen – Max Lucado

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Before Amen
by Max Lucado

Genre: Christian Life, Inspirational, Non-Fiction, Spiritual Growth

Published by Thomas Nelson

Publication Date: September 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon five-stars

QUICK HIT – In his endearing conversational style, self-confessed recovering prayer wimp Max Lucado leads us into a simple prayer that can have a revolutionary impact.

Interview with Paul LaLonde | Left Behind

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Regardless of your opinion on the new Left Behind movie, you have to admit that people have been talking about it. After watching a screener copy of the film several weeks ago, I sat down with executive producer and screenwriter of the film, Paul LaLonde to talk about faith, film, and how to get Nic Cage in your movie. Other topics of discussion include the comparison and contrast of this film from the 2000 original (also produced by LaLonde), the need for faith-based filmmaking, and his passion for Bible prophecy.

 

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Left Behind

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Left Behind
by Paul LaLonde, Vic Armstrong

Series: Left Behind

Genre: Christian, Film, Thriller

Published by Stoney Lake Entertainment

Publication Date: October 3, 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

three-half-stars

QUICK HIT - A movie difficult to categorize or review, Left Behind is possibly too polarizing to objectively review. For it's budget and source material, director Armstrong and screenwriter/producer LaLonde have created a good film that will keep you watching, even if you know (and sometimes because you know) what happens next.