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All reviews by Sarah Woollin

Sarah lives with her husband, David, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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More Love – Elizabeth Prentiss
Claire Williams

More Love is a short biography of Elizabeth Prentiss, though Williams uses her imagination to embellish the story by inserting conversations into the narrative. It is one of the Trailblazers books for children (8-14 years of age) but adults can…

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It Takes a Church to Raise a Parent: Creating a culture where parenting for faith can flourish
Rachel Turner

This book aims to show how the church can equip parents so they can ‘parent for faith’. I agree wholeheartedly with its focus on helping one another within a church context. When we become Christians, we are part of God’s…

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Big Bible Answers – The Bottomless Dinner Basket
S Helms & S Kahler

The authors of The bottomless dinner basket seek to teach sound doctrine to children aged eight and above using Erroll Hulse’s Catechism for boys and girls. There are three units that are each split into subsections. At the beginning of…

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The Armstrong Girl – A child for sale
Cathy Le Feuvre

This book covers a court case that took place in Victorian England in 1885. Eliza Armstrong was a vulnerable girl, who was used as a publicity case to reveal how easy it was for girls from difficult backgrounds to end…

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Voices from the Past: Puritan Devotional Readings
Richard Rushing (editor)

Richard Rushing has compiled this book of daily devotional readings from his favourite Puritan authors because of the great help he has gained from their works.

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The Magnificent Magnificat
Timothy Cross

A lyrical and exuberant hymn of praise to God. In response to God's amazing dealings with Mary, she was compelled to utter His praise. The Magnificat, recorded in the Bible, the written word of God, is a divinely inspired aid…

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I Was Once A Buddhist Nun
Esther Baker

'I once was a Buddhist nun' is not something that I have ever heard anybody say. I had heard of Buddhist monks and knew a little about Buddhism, but until I read this book I did not realise what being…

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