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All reviews by Lyn Davies

Lyn lives in Thirsk, North Yorkshire.

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Johnny Cornflakes: A Story About Loving the Unloved
Denise George

The heart-warming tale of Johnny Cornflakes is based on a true story, presented in vivid detail by master storyteller Denise George. The narrative offers hope even in difficult places, challenges our attitudes toward others and shows how God can work…

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Christian Heroines: Just Like You
Catherine Mackenzie

These women made sacrifices for their faith. They endured pain and suffering in order to give glory to their Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, and they have given us a legacy. With these twenty-one heroines you can go through history…

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Get Outta My Face! How to Reach Angry, Unmotivated Teens with Biblical Counsel
Rick Horne

Get Outta My Face!, written for Christian parents, teachers, and youth workers, is about reaching angry, unmotivated, disinterested teens with biblical counsel. Such teens, confused and insecure, are selfish: they want what they want, right now. They are corrupted by…

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From Grief to Glory: A Book of Comfort for Grieving Parents
James W. Bruce

The book has a prologue and an epilogue. The main text between consists of three parts entitled 'The angel of death', 'The valley of weeping' and 'The path to glory'. There is also an appendix. The sub-title of this book,…

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The Law of Kindness: Serving with Heart and Hands
Mary Beeke

'And be ye kind to another,' begins Ephesians 4:32. Christians are called to this standard, but how seriously do we take it? In The Law of Kindness, Mary Beeke examines the idea of kindness, shows how it is developed, and…

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Catch the Vision – Roots of the Reformed Recovery: the Men and Movements in the Mid 20th Century
John J. Murray

A fascinating read about notable leaders who were used mightily by God to revive Reformed, Puritan, experiential truth in mid-twentieth century United Kingdom, which, in turn, had far-reaching ramifications for much of the English-speaking world and beyond.

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