“The Basic Bible Atlas, A Fascinating Guide to the Land of the Bible,” by John A. Beck

This book a must-have reference for those who study the Bible both personally and/or professionally.

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“Raising the Challenging Child, Minimize Meltdowns, Reduce Conflict, and Increase Cooperation,” by Karen Doyle Buckwalker, Debbie Reed, and Wendy Lyons Sunshine.

I chose to read “Raising the Challenging Child,” because I am raising a challenging child. I know what it feels like to experience the stares and the opinions of my parenting and my child. It can feel hurtful and hopeless, sometimes. I can find myself wishing for someone else’s “normal.” I’ve read countless parenting books, but this one is by far the most helpful. “Raising the Challenging Child” meets parents where they are at, in their practical lives, and gives them attainable tools and easy to read explanations from professional people.

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“Saints, Becoming More Than Christians,” by Addison Bevere.

“We were made for glory,” Addison Bevere wrote in“Saints, Becoming more than ‘Christians.’” Bevere has written a thought-provoking message, and convicting call to action.

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“Still. 7 Ways to Find Calm in the Chaos,” by Jenny L. Donnelly.

“Still. 7 Ways to Find Calm in the Chaos,” gives readers practical tools to use in their everyday lives. We are all prone to worry, and many of us suffer or know someone who suffers from anxiety.

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“Living Beyond Pain,” a Book Review.

“Living Beyond Pain, A Holistic Approach to Manage Pain and Get Your Life Back” by Linda S. Mintle, PhD and James W. Kribs, DO, is an incredibly powerful resource.

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