Book Review: The NKJV, Woman’s Study Bible, Hardcover, Full-Color: Receiving God’s Truth for Balance, Hope, and Transformation

Please note: This book was received as a review copy from Blogging for Books. App opinions are my own. Thank you.

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time its KJV, Thinline Bible, Women’s Study Edition.

In this thin line edition, Lucado provides inspiring devotional materials focused on the amazing gift of Jesus and what that means in our daily lives.

Each daily entry includes Scripture passages, a devotion, and a prayer. Explore such interesting themes as Jesus our Savior and how the Bible changes individual lives, and moreover, has been purchased by millions and give numerous others daily doses of inspirational thoughts for everyday is now available in a gorgeous new package, and large, easy-to-read type.

 This bible offers daily reading features devotional writings from Max’s numerous bestsellers as well as a Scripture verse selected especially for each day’s reading.

This deluxe, large edition of the classic devotional makes a handsome gift to commemorate a special occasion, especially this holiday season. It included a cloth cover, beautifully designed pages with large type, and a ribbon marker.

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Enjoy,

Nicole

Book Review: Everything You Need You Have: How to Be at Home in Your Self, by Gerad Kite

Everything You Need You Have: How to Be at Home in Your Self by [Kite, Gerad]

Hello again, everyone. Today finds us with a new book review and this time it’s Everything You Need You Have: How to Be at Home in Your Self, by Gerad Kite

This book centers on the therapeutic teachings of Gerad Kite, a renowned therapist before becoming an author of several best-selling self-help books.  is a different approach to finding a secret, peaceful, and permanent place inside yourself that you can access at all times, a path to getting out of your head, to surrender to what is. You’ll see that you already have what you need to be happy and well.

This book centers on a different approach to finding a secret, peaceful, and permanent place inside yourself that you can access at all times, a path to getting out of your head, to surrender to what is. You’ll see that you already have what you need to be happy and well.

Kite draws on the principles of ancient Chinese philosophy and his extensive experience helping people from all walks of life as a relaxation and acupuncture expert. His ten steps to peace will show you how to tune into your natural rhythms and view emotions from a different perspective, one of centered on emotional paths.

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Book Review: The French Chef in America: Julia Child’s Second Act, by Alex Prud’homme

The French Chef in America: Julia Child's Second Act by [Prud'homme, Alex]

Hello again, everyone. Today finds us with a new book review and this time it’s The French Chef in America: Julia Child’s Second Actby Alex Prud’homme.

This book centers on the story of Julia Child’s years as TV personality and beloved cookbook author, a well-documented sequel in spirit to My Life in France, by her great-nephew.

While Julia Child is synonymous with French cooking, but her legacy runs much deeper. Now, her great-nephew and My Life in France coauthor vividly recounts the myriad ways in which she profoundly shaped how we eat today. He shows us Child in the aftermath of the publication of Mastering the Art of French Cooking, suddenly finding herself America’s first lady of French food and under considerable pressure to embrace her new mantle.

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Book Review: 32 Yolks: From My Mother’s Table to Working the Line, by Eric Ripert

Hello again, everyone. Today finds us with a new book review and this time its 32 Yolks: From My Mother’s Table to Working the Line, by Eric Ripert. 

This book takes us from Eric Ripert’s childhood in the south of France and the mountains of Andorra into the demanding kitchens of such legendary Parisian chefs as Joël Robuchon and Dominique Bouchet. 32 Yolks is a richly told story of how one of our greatest living chefs found himself—and his home—in the kitchen.

Book Review: Finding God’s Blessings in Brokenness How Pain Reveals His Deepest Love by Charles Stanley

Finding God's Blessings in Brokenness: How Pain Reveals His Deepest Love by [Stanley, Charles]

Hello again, everyone. Today finds us with a new book review and this time it is the newest book by Charles Stanley, Finding God’s Blessings in Brokenness: How Pain Reveals His Deepest Love. 

In Finding God’s Blessings in Brokenness, Dr. Stanley gives readers a true and tested means of getting through the hard times and show you how God’s glory is consistent throughout the good and bad times through his love. This book is an encouraging way to explore God’s purpose through the darkest times of life.

Set amidst beautiful photography and a clear thoughtful design, Dr. Stanley’s words of encouragement will guide you to growth and the joy of the Lord. This book would also make a thoughtful gift for anyone going through loss.

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Enjoy,

Nicole

Please note, this book was received as a review copy; all opinions are my own.

Book Review: Suzanne Woods Fisher

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s Suzanne Woods Fisher’s new book, The Newcomer.

This book set in in 1737, features Anna Konig and her fellow church members debarking off a small wooden ship after ten weeks at sea, eager to start a new life in the vibrant but raw Pennsylvania frontier.  This tale shows true love, Christian virtue, and a true love story set in Colonial America.

 

This edition would make a handsome gift to commemorate a special occasion, especially this Easter holiday season.

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

 

Please note, this book was received from book look bloggers; all opinions are my own. Thank you.

Book Review: No More Faking Fine Ending the Pretending

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time its No More Faking Fine Ending the Pretending, by Esther Fleece. 

No More Faking Fine Ending the Pretending, Fleece provides inspiring devotional materials, statistical fact, counseling suggestions, and storied examples focused on the amazing gift of Jesus, Christian walks of life, and what that means in our daily lives.

Each daily entry includes Scripture passages, a devotion, and a prayer. Explore such interesting themes as Jesus our Savior and how the Bible changes individual lives, and moreover, has been purchased by millions and give numerous others daily doses of inspirational thoughts for every day is now available in a gorgeous new package, and large, easy-to-read type.

Strength Based Marriage offers daily reading features devotional writings from Max’s numerous bestsellers as well as a Scripture verse selected especially for each day’s reading.

This edition would make a handsome gift to commemorate a special occasion, especially this Easter holiday season.

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

 

Please note, this book was received from book look bloggers; all opinions are my own. Thank you.