Category: Book Review

How to Use Microsoft Teams

How to Use Microsoft Teams

Millions of people access Microsoft Teams every day to get work done. That number continues to grow thanks to the countless communication tools for working with associates inside and outside your organization you can find in Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams For Dummies will give you must-have insight on chatting, file sharing, organizing teams, using video communication, and more. You’ll also […]

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Jesus Calling: Enjoying Peace in His Presence

Jesus Calling: Enjoying Peace in His Presence

Start your year right with a daily devotional series from missionary Sarah Young. Sarah kept a prayer journal, recording her thoughts and prayers. Then she decided to start listening for what Jesus might be saying to her in her daily journey. The journey she started encouraged her heart, along with thousands of others the world over. Her meditations became the […]

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Forgiving What You Can't Forget: Discover How to Move On, Make Peace with Painful Memories, and Create a Life That's Beautiful Again

Forgiving What You Can’t Forget: Discover How to Move On, Make Peace with Painful Memories, and Create a Life That’s Beautiful Again

If you’ve ever been hurt in your life one way or another, this book will help you work through it so you can be a whole person again empowered to continue serving God and your community. Product Description Is your mind stuck in overdrive because you repeatedly play back others’ offenses? Follow TerKeurst to life-giving freedom! Sharing a step-by-step plan […]

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Father Augustus Tolton died in 1897 in Chicago

Father Augustus Tolton: The Slave Who Became the First African-American Priest

A former US slave who became the first African-American to become a Catholic priest, is now one step closer toward sainthood. Chronology of Events Pope Francis made Father Augustus Tolton “Venerable” within the church, alongside seven others, in a Vatican announcement on Wednesday. Born on a plantation, he escaped slavery with his family in childhood. However, racial discrimination in the […]

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Reading of Voltaire's L'Orphelin de la Chine (a tragedy about Ghengis Khan and his sons, published in 1755), in the salon of Madame Geoffrin (Malmaison, 1812)

Rethinking the Enlightenment: Faith in the Age of Reason

We are victims of our century, wrote one of the Carmelites of Compiègne before going to the guillotine in 1794, “and we must sacrifice ourselves that it be reconciled to God.” Attacks on Catholic churches, anti-Christian elites, and suffocating political correctness—the eighteenth century witnessed cultural conflict every bit as intense as our own today. Yet Christians managed to thrive back […]

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An Anthology of Intriguing Animals

An Anthology of Intriguing Animals

This animal encyclopedia with a twist showcases more than 100 animals in close-up detail. Arranged from biggest to smallest, the wildlife of the world is revealed with stunning photography and gorgeous illustrations. The storybook descriptions will delight children and let them discover amazing animal facts, such as why the slow-motion sloth is so sluggish and how the plodding pangolin protects […]

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The Blessing of Humility: “A life of Humility is not an Option for a Believer to Choose or Reject. It is a Command of God”

The Blessing of Humility: “A life of Humility is not an Option for a Believer to Choose or Reject. It is a Command of God”

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God” (Matt. 5:9). We all admire humility when we see it. But how do we practice it? How does humility―the foundational virtue of the normal Christian life―become a normal part of our everyday lives? Book details Author: Jerry Bridges Item Weight: 4.8 ounces Paperback: 144 pages ISBN-10: 1631466232 ISBN-13: […]

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Ebenezer Scrooge dies suddenly just days before Christmas. Tiny Tim, now a young man who lost his sweetheart love, Becky, battles anger and lost faith with the new loss of his best friend. Scrooge’s ghost returns to to teach Tim a much needed lesson about faith...and the real meaning of Christmas!

Tiny Tim and The Ghost of Ebenezer Scrooge: The sequel to A Christmas Carol

I love reading the classics, and there is no exception to that around the holiday season. The Christmas Carol is read at least once every Christmas. Author: Norman Whaler is from Grosse Pointe, MI, USA. He writes children’s books with positive messages and is a member of SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators), IAN, and IBPA. Get A […]

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The Best Law Capital Can Buy

The Best Law Capital Can Buy

In this revealing book, Katharina Pistor argues that the law selectively “codes” certain assets, endowing them with the capacity to protect and produce private wealth. With the right legal coding, any object, claim, or idea can be turned into capital―and lawyers are the keepers of the code. Pistor describes how they pick and choose among different legal systems and legal […]

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Reprogramming the World Cyberspace and the Geography of Global Order

Reprogramming the World Cyberspace and the Geography of Global Order

Book details The author: P.J. Bloun Paperback: 216 pages Publisher: E-International Relations (November 12, 2019) Language: English ISBN-10: 1910814520 ISBN-13: 978-1910814529 Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View and purchase on Amazon US) We live in a world of “fake news”, data breaches, election hacking, and cyberwarfare in which 280 characters can change everything. […]

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