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Proving to be Another Good Book from Beverly Lewis

Mandy and Josiah. Best friends. Inseparable. Other than Mandy’s twin, Arie Mae, Josiah had been the closest friend she had growing up and the boy that she hoped she would some day marry. When Mandy catches her twin with him, … Continue reading

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Beautifuly and Masterfully Written Work of Fiction

From the very first page to the very last sentence, Egypt’s Sister by Angela Hunt is nothing short of a fast paced page turner. If you enjoy historical fiction novels that are loosely based on actual events and people with … Continue reading

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A Fiction Novel that will Minister to You

“But the point is that we have to be willing to obey (God) and follow Him, even at a great cost to ourselves and to the things we love.” (Waves of Mercy, Lynn Austin, pg. 163) Growing up as a … Continue reading

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From Amish to Englisch

I thoroughly enjoyed Fraying at the Edge: The Amish of Summer Grove, Book 2 by Cindy Woodsmall! What would you do if you were a modern person, fully relying on technology and all the “essentials”, found out that you were … Continue reading

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How long would you keep a secret

To what length would you go to keep a secret, or better yet, to try tell that secret that has been staying with you for decades when the moment was right, much less to an audience that you’re not even … Continue reading

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The Atonement by Beverly Lewis Review

At some point in our lives, we feel we that we mess up real bad- to the point we think where others, much less God, can see past and love us beyond our past mistakes; maybe even to the point … Continue reading

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