Book Review: Imperviousby Abby Kelly
The best reference I can give for this book is Hunger Games meets the Gospel. Letto never throws religion in the reader's face, but the subplot is unmistakable.
Against the Gates of Hellby Abby Kelly
Overall, Against the Gates of Hell, has a lot of potential. The plot is good. If one is willing to read less discriminatorily, simply for the entertainment value, it would be an enjoyable book. However, the things I mentioned here diluted that pleasure for me.
Book Review: Passion Pursuitby Abby Kelly
Passion Pursuit does differ in a couple very effective ways. First, authors Linda Dillow and Julie Slattery, focus exclusively on the sexual aspect of marriage. They do not deviate into communication issues, parenting or even spend much time on the headship-submission debacle. (The time they do spend on that topic reveals that it's not really a debacle at all.)
Peace-Inducingby Abby Kelly
So, I tried searching the online concordance for, "pursue". This time, I got about a dozen hits, but not one of them says to pursue God.
A REVIEW ON 'DISCIPLES ARE MADE NOT BORN'by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari
The theme of the book throws a new light in the importance of disciple making to have a world vision. This vision was the vision of our Lord Jesus Himself. He saw the whole world through his 12 disciples that he had trained in a most special way by imparting of His own life.
Disciple making "is the mandate of the Master (Mt 28:19-20). We may ignore it, but we cannot evade it," Says, Hendricks Howard G. in his forward to the book. He further states, "Our risen Christ left this legacy, the Magna Charta of the Church"
A REVIEW ON REV. ENDLE'S "THE KACHARIS"by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari
This book," The Kacharis" by Rev. Sidney Endle, is not a biblical book. It's a monograph about a race among which the author had lived his life, dedicated his whole self and preached the Gospel. It's a kind of a missionary book preparing the land for sowing the seeds of the Gospel in the Far East from England, the land of tigers and evil spirits. This author finds reason to review the book for the world to see it.