Book Review: “Questions Women Asked: Historical Issues, Timeless Answers”(Simonetta Carr)

Previously, I reviewed a book that has bit sized profiles of dead saints which I enjoyed. Then came this new book from Simonetta Carr that gave me more believers to know and see how God has used for His greater glory.

In Questions Women Asked, Carr combine questions and women in church history very well. As we go on the quest on finding the answers, we go as well deep on the story of these women believers. Having this book as a historical cruse and encouragement, you’ll have a book that is worth your time and money.

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Book Review: “Our Good Crisis” by Jonathan K. Dodson

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We look at The Beatitudes as golde rule for Christians to live by. We have read on books about it or listen to it as a sermon. Sometimes we put those words of Jesus on the pedestal either look at and admire how lovely those words are. Some put it on the pedestal and let it’s stay there. We manage to let the most important sermon get lost because of we tend to find it mere pretty words or irrelevant in our times.

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