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How to Be Completely Free from Any Addiction – A Book Review

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How to Be Completely Free from Any Addiction 

by Kevin W. Shorter

Before you skip this article, it is important to note that addictions are of many kinds, including how we manage our emotions, and how we carry out seemingly simple routines – only that the things we do feel out of our control and as though we have no power to do otherwise.

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The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family – A Review

The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family – Dr. Kara E. Powell

In this book, Dr. Powell shares over 100 practical and tested ideas to build lasting faith in kids. She begins by showing the importance of faith in kids, and how it can be built right from the foundation of the family. She shows how this can be done from when they are very little, and how it can continue to be done as they grow up into adulthood. The impact of parents’ actions is portrayed as one that has great meaning and consequence. I enjoyed the stories that she shares from many families.

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King Rules by Alveda King

When I thought of downloading and reviewing this book, I thought I was going to be getting a lot of business insights and tips on how to make wealth and prosper. I thought that by the end of the book, I would have gotten to practice a lot of tips and made some money. My thoughts have remained as only thoughts.

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Rosebud Blooming

Rosebud Blooming

A book does not have to be big to be good, and this book has certainly proved that. By sharing a lot about her life in only 73 pages, Nancy takes us through a candid journey of failures and triumphs, and finding healing in Jesus. She speaks openly about the life of sin that she lived and how she got healing and victory.

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The Extravagant Fool

In this book, Kevin Adams talks about how he lost his business and finances and describes the whirlwind of losses and troubles that his family went through. Very candidly, he describes how he tried to stay afloat by even trying to get online jobs in order to raise money to at least buy groceries.

 

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