Will Review For Free Readby Dee Kyalo
Did you know that one can read free books? Yes! These are newer Christian releases that normally sell for up to $10 for free! You only need to sign up to be notified as new books enter the program. Then you can request for them and read them for free in exchange for a review. This Free Reads for Reviews is a wonderful program offered by Revelation Books that will leave you saying, "Will review for free read."
Book Review: The Holiness of God By R.C. Sproulby Chris Gambrell
In my pursuit of reformed theology and the covenant of Grace, I was encouraged to pick up this book by a few online friends. While I admit that I was never really a big fan of R.C. Sproul, I really enjoyed this book. This book is enlightening to what it means for God to be holy.
Inspired Writings of Prophet for Jesus the Christby Gregory Booker
The book contains a variety of inspired settings capturing the season we live as moved by the Spirit of Truth. It especially highlights a prophet's concern and message to his own nation the United States of America. It's primary purpose is to forewarn and yet forearm us as Christians to be alert and in faith looking for His return.
Last Days Madnessby Chris Gambrell
In his book, Last Days Madness: Obsession of the Modern Church, Gary DeMar presents a powerful analysis of today's "end-times" authors.
Perelandraby Chris Gambrell
Perelandra by C.S. Lewis is the second book of Lewis' Space Trilogy. After Ransom's journey to Malacandra, the planet we call Mars, Perelandra is fitting second book.
Out of the Silent Planetby Chris Gambrell
Out of the Silent Planet is C.S. Lewis' brilliant first novel, the first of a science fiction trilogy that has been called Space Trilogy, Cosmic Trilogy, and Ransom Trilogy.
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.