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I was surprised that this book turned out to be less of a “how to know if God is calling you to move overseas” manual and more of a collection of vignettes about the author’s time didn’t living in Southeast Asia. I really loved hearing her perspective on that culture and I was touched by […]

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The Autobiography of Malcolm X

An unforgettable book. If you’ve never read it, or have not read it for many years, you should pick it up. You can’t say that you really know American history if you haven’t read this book. Always straightforward and intelligent, Malcolm X tells his life and constantly gives the social context for what he has […]

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Mrs. Darcy and the Blue-Eyed Stranger

This is a beautiful collection of short stories by Lee Smith, who lives up the road in Hillsborough. Every story speaks to some human truth and offers lessons to learn. Her authentic southern writing is also downright funny at times. She manages to successfully combine humor and emotionally difficult situations and lessons. Don’t miss this […]

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Real Sex

An honest and refreshing explanation of why the whole idea of chastity is so important to those who follow Jesus. Winner draws on personal experience, sound research, and biblical examples of why chastity is important to God, why it should be important to Christians, and how to practically go about pursuing a chaste lifestyle, both […]

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Walk to Beautiful

I will preface this by saying I have been a huge fan of Jimmy Wayne since the first few notes of “Stay Gone.” However, I consider myself a pretty honest person and I would not lie in a review for anyone. I pre-ordered this book as soon as it was possible in April and have […]

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