8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “Unbreakable” by Andrew Wilson

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Fresh from my monthly staycation this is my first post. Really glad to have a 3 day break and had a digital planning and a bit of writing on the side.

Anyways, enjoy these quotes from the book, Unbreakable by Andrew Wilson published by 10 Publishing. If you like these quotes, please get the book by clicking here.

“Writing a history of Jesus without any miracles would be like writing a history of Churchill without any wars.”

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Book Review: “Bumps, Babies and the Gospel” by Sarah Dargue

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I’m glad to know of a book that doesn’t just dive to the nitty-gritty of parenting but promise to prepare your heart on this chapter of a married couple. It might let you peek on some scary stuff of parenthood but gives you assurance and comfort that your not alone. The Scriptures may not have in mind the topic of preparing for parenting, but it has loads of principles soon to be parents can look up to. Bumps, Babies and the Gospel from 10 Publishing got you covered.

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8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “Parenting Essentials” by Andreas & Margaret Köstenberger

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This post is  my last parenting book to read and oh my, I really learn great stuff from those two books. Haven’t read something like these for awhile and really glad I did.

Anyways, enjoy these quotes from the book, Parenting Essentials  by Andreas and Margaret Köstenberger published by Christian Focus Publication. If you like these quotes, please get the book by clicking here.

“As a Christian, keep in mind that your children are bearing the image of God and reflect His glory to the extent that they honor Him with their lives. Your mission as parents, to a significant extent, is therefore to help your children realize that at the very heart of their life’s purpose is to glorify God as the unique individuals He has created them to be.” 

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8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “Before You Open Your Bible” by Matt Smethurst

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I’ll be sharing quotes from a book that made a ninja move over my reading list. It’s short but a great read and it didn’t get in the way between reading two parenting books.

Here’s some quotes from a 2019 book , Before You Open Your Bible  by Matt Smethurst published by 10 Publishing. If you like these quotes, please get the book by clicking here.

“Have you ever wondered why the Bible is so long? One reason is because God is so patient. It’s the long story of his longsuffering. And why has he been so patient? Because he loves us, yes. But even more specifically, because he’s been carefully executing a plan—a plan to share his endless joy with his rescued people, a multitude no one can count (Rev. 7:9.)”

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8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “Bumps, Babies and the Gospel” by Sarah Dargue

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Hello guys! How are you all doing? Just finished a book on parenting. I have another one to dive in and enjoy. The review of the first book is on it’s way.

Anyways, here’s some quotes from the book I’ve just finished, Bumps, Babies and the Gospel by Sarah Dargue published by 10 Publishing. If you like these quotes, please get the book by clicking here.

“Parenting is full to the brim with momentary forks in the road, where we can either choose to trust in ourselves or to trust in God.”
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Book Review “Unstuck” by Tim Lane

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Believers are given a new life in Christ. This kind of life was purchased by Christ at the cross. We are now his. He is now ours. However, Christians are not exempted from sinning. The old self is still there with habits, relationships, etc. Nevertheless God gave us the Bible to guide us and He Himself is working in us. Tim Lane, author and counselor gather these biblical truths to help Christians find lasting change in Unstuck. The book consist of nine steps that will lead believers out of those sticky situations and find freedom in Christ.

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Book Review: “Amaze Them With God” by Kevin DeYoung

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So who remember the book Don’t Call It a Comeback by Kevin DeYoung? Well I do remember it but not something that made an impact to me or to others. I dont think it made waves or became a bestseller. Nor some of my Reformed friends ever mentioned or recommended it. I think it never rings a bell with you too. It was published in 2011 and the young, the restless and the Reformed is at its peak. So Reformed books and blogs (like mine) where in abundance and a book like Kevin DeYoung’s Don’t Call It a Comeback might get lost and end up in a pre loved bookshops.
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8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “Unleash the Word” by Karen Soole

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Last Sunday we had a simultaneous worship service. Members who can attend physically at church was able to listen (audio only) to the livestream of our pastor as well as those who can’t, they watched his sermon at home. So we started 9:30 AM not the usual 8:30. Thanks to a sister who was able to go out with her son and travel to the city. She set up the equipment so we can have our worship service. Thank God it went smoothly.

Anyways, here’s some quotes from the book, Unleash the Word by Karen Soole published by 10 Publishing. If you like these quotes, please get the book by clicking here.

“Our Bible studies can be a place where we help one another to dwell richly in the Word and begin to teach and admonish one another.”

“The dynamic nature of group Bible study is its strength; God’s Word is being taught in a relational way.”

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