Story Grip for Bouncy Littles

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Interesting quotes

I think it’s great to have the questions so you can better understand the content and retain it at the same time.

Absolutely oustanding , I am highly recommending it, my Son is a high school football coach, and we are hoping to get the whole staff to read it, SDG!

Valuable and Timely Book

Biblical and practical. As a pastor, I've used this book already - it gives actionable wisdom that we used to keep two emotional church members from sabotaging a thriving ministry. If you are a Church leader, you need this book.

Solid encouragement for leaders to be sober minded

I especially enjoyed the last half and his engagement with Paul in Gal 2 and Acts. I’d love to be more of the sober-minded leader (or the differentiated leader) that Rigney describes.

On a slightly related, on the printed page, his criticisms of empathy and winsomeness are far more nuanced, balanced, and sensible than the Twitter soundbites seem to suggest.

Good work by the author and publisher

This is a solid job done by both the author and the publisher. Four stars are given because the book is not as lengthy as I thought it would be.

Leadership and Emotional Sabotage: Resisting the Anxiety That Will Wreck Your Family, Destroy Your Church, and Ruin the World

Hello Ninja (w/ slight imperfections)

Very helpful.

I'm very grateful Pastor Joe wrote this book. I'll use it as resource for helping our church grow in decisiveness and moving forward. Thank you all.

It's surprisingly good

A very practical read that surprised me. Most of these kinds of books either lack substance, or they lack practicality. This book manages to have both, in a very slim package.

8 Errors Parents Make and How to Avoid Them

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How to Read a Book: Advice for Christian Readers

Love this calendar and that I can it year after year!

Single and Satisfied: A Grace-Filled Calling for the Unmarried Woman

Soup Night Slapdashery + Dish Towels by Rebekah Merkle (pack of 2)

Soup Night Slapdashery + Dish Towels by Rebekah Merkle (pack of 2)

We need more books like these. Beautifully illustrated, great message about bravery.

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OG Dishtowels by Rebekah Merkle
Katie

Such nice fabric and a lovely design! Makes washing dishes a tiny bit more enjoyable 😄

The Sword of Abram

It looks good and helpful

My wife was pleased with the purchase and said that it looks good and helpful.

Hurrah for the Pumpkin Pie!

This poetry is requested and quoted by toddlers over pie.

Helpful is an understatement

Bro. Jim’s perspective and biblical approach to evangelism is exactly what I needed to get excited about sharing the Gospel, and not nervous to share it. Please get this book, everyone.

Based

This is a songbook full of bangers. Zero Skips. Well done.

A surprisingly biblical vision for the future of Christs Kingdom

After reading this book and coming back to some of its chapters over the last few months, it has shown itself not only to be very relevant for our times, but also casts a bright vision for the future of what Chris is going to accomplish in the world. I personally am exhausted with the Christianity being promoted today that teaches us to sit down and be silent to essentially expect the great commission to fail. Reading this book was very life-giving and for the first time in my Christian life, I feel like there is a point in pursuing gospel expansion. For me personally, a “we lose” down here mentality has been very debilitating. Even though I may not see Christianity win again in my lifetime, I look forward to planting the seeds for the day when Christendom will take the world by storm again. Christ is King!