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Fruitfulness on the Frontline
Fruitfulness on the Frontline
by Mark Greene
Edition: Paperback
Price: 8.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Refreshingly honest about the challenges and joys of being honest about your faith in Christ, 7 May 2014
Great real-life stories that encourage and inspire.
Easy to read and hard to put down.
Also refreshingly honest that sharing one's faith is not straightforward or easy, as well as the importance of going beyond words to expressing fruitfulness in godly character, good work, grace, moulding character, being a mouth piece for truth and justice and a messenger of the richness of the Gospel.
If you are serious Bible believing disciple of Christ and you want to make your faith relevant in our complex world, this would be a great encouragement to you.


100 Rules For Entrepreneurs: Real-life business lessons (Harriman Business Essentials)
100 Rules For Entrepreneurs: Real-life business lessons (Harriman Business Essentials)
Price: 2.58

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very helpful practical advice straight from the coal face!, 27 May 2013
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A succinct and to the point easy read that very helpfully describes the challenges and pitfalls of running your own entrepreneurial business. Well worth getting and reflecting on.


The Resiliency Advantage: Master Change, Thrive Under Pressure, and Bounce Back from Setbacks
The Resiliency Advantage: Master Change, Thrive Under Pressure, and Bounce Back from Setbacks
Price: 8.37

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent practical book, 8 May 2013
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I really appreciated Al Siebert's comprehensive and practical insight into this vitally important subject of resilience, it is clearly presented with many practically helpful tools to develop this important skill.


Counterfeit Gods: When the Empty Promises of Love, Money, and Power Let You Down
Counterfeit Gods: When the Empty Promises of Love, Money, and Power Let You Down
by Timothy Keller
Edition: Hardcover

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Age old wisdom for the 21st century, 5 Feb 2010
Keller's book is a powerful and compelling expose of the emptiness and superficiality of our age and its obsession with money, love and power. Drawing on lessons and wisdom from the lives of, among others, the Old Testament characters of Abraham, Jacob and Jonah and interspersing them with real life stories from today, I found this an enormously helpful book in understanding how my heart is so easily drawn away from the living God and where to go to find real lasting fulfilment and joy. As Keller so succinctly puts it in his introduction, "The living God who revealed Himself at both Mount Sinai and on the Cross is the only Lord who, if you find Him, can truly fulfil you, and if you fail Him, can truly forgive you". This very much is a book for our time that deserves to be widely read by those of whatever faith or religious or sceptical persuasion.


The Prince Of Egypt/Joseph, King Of Dreams [DVD]
The Prince Of Egypt/Joseph, King Of Dreams [DVD]
Dvd ~ Brenda Chapman

15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Biblical epics for people of any age or background, 22 July 2008
These two productions from Dreamworks should become classics to show to children and adults for years to come. My own kids have watched them almost a hundred times. There is much to learn about God's faithfulness through trials and difficulties that will be an inspiration to those of any background or religious persuasion.


Love You Forever (Red fox)
Love You Forever (Red fox)
by Robert Munsch
Edition: Paperback
Price: 5.51

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An explanation of intergenerational love and faithfulness, 2 April 2001
A deeply profound explantion of how a parent loves their child, humourously told in a lovely popetic style. It challenges me deeply every time I read it to my young children to think about them and my own parents.


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