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Parent Without Regrets – Moms Raising Sons to be Men

Parent Without Regrets – The Discipline of Discipline by Rhonda Stoppe Excerpted from Moms Raising Sons to be Men, ©Harvest House Publishers “Don’t touch that! I’m not buying candy for you. I’m not kidding, don’t make me count… One… Two… Don’t make me get to three. You seriously don’t want me to get to three!” cried the mother of the two-year-old in the checkout line, her voice rising an octave higher with each threat. Does this scenario…

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6 tips for finding a book publisher

Writing a book is a difficult but rewarding endeavor, one that a growing number of people are finding the bravery to do. Within the More Than A Review community, we love helping each other find great, clean books. But we also help authors hone their craft, including encouraging first-time authors to publish that novel they’ve had in their head. One of the most important steps in the book publication process is finding a book publisher.…

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Marlo Schalesky, author of Waiting for Wonder, shares how to wait well

Join author Marlo Schalesky on a unique, contemplative journey to reveal the wonder that is often missed when we find ourselves struggling to wait well in her new book, In Waiting for Wonder: Learning to Live on God’s Timeline (Abingdon Press). Walking through the life of the biblical character Sarah, one who knows what it means to wait, you will discover a glimpse of God’s character that will give you strength to keep hoping and…

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Top Ten Reads of 2016 by Rebecca Maney (MTAR Reviewer)

I was thrilled when Rebecca asked to share her top favorite books of 2016.  This is a big deal since she has read more than 200 books this year.  If you are looking for something to read, definitely check out her recommendations below.  Several she shared her reviews with us and I have included the links to her reviews. Happy New Year!  Donna Top Ten Reads of 2016 – Blog Post from Rebecca Maney, Reviewer…

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Benton Hall, Author of Tales From the Bike Path

Benton Hall:  Serving 43 years with Cru’s High School division, this fifth generation Ft. Worthian, Benton Hall spins encouraging tales of God’s presence in the everyday from a life of service, surrender and golf. Stumbling through years of higher education in Texas, attending Episcopal church camp on the Brazos and fathering a family of three exceptionally bright, talented, and trying kids prepared him for high school ministry. Benton and wife Susie reside on the peopled…

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