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  • Haley Bingham

    Redeeming Love, another good book from Francine Rivers!

  • Tiffany Isham

    Redeeming Love- by Francine Rivers. Definitely a book worth reading. A heart twisting story based off of Hosea written in an enjoyable and understandable way. God is always waiting for us to come back to him.

  • Blue Rose

    "Redeeming Love" by Francine Rivers - This is a FABULOUS, amazing book! Must read!

  • Emmalee Coppedge

    christian books worth reading. (Redeeming Love is my FAVORITE book ever!)

  • Hope Community Church

    "Redeeming Love" is an amazing fictional book by Francine Rivers based on the book of Hosea, which serves as a reminder of God's unconditional love for His people.

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One of my favorite books ever.

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The Hiding Place- by Corrie ten Boom... A Holocaust survivor. LIfe-changing read!

  • Diana Perkovich

    This book changed me when I wrnt through horrible suffering- thank you Corrie!

  • VickyTinch

    Great book great story!! :) i read it like 4 times

  • Laura Nevin

    Reading this one again. Love it!

  • Gina Clabo

    A friend let me borrow this book and it was so awesome and she was a beautiful women I know I will see her in Heaven......

  • Christi

    A beloved priest recommend this book in refrence to forgiveness

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I've heard people challenging the notion that this book is Science Fiction. If it's not, then it deserves it's own genre. It was so good and so different in so many ways.

*Can't wait to stop in at my favorite bookshop today for Holiday shopping:)! 'Hello,Hello Books' in Rockland,Maine

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23 Books You Didn’t Read In High School But Actually Should. I've read quite a few but a good list of reads.

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My absolute favorite book!!

An interesting perspective on heaven through the eyes of a little boy and is a must for your summer reading list!

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Fabulous Read By Francine Rivers - “The city was silently bloating in the hot sun, rotting like the thousands of bodies that lay where they had fallen in street battles.” With this opening sentence, A Voice in the Wind transports readers back to Jerusalem during the first Jewish-Roman War, some seventy years after the death of Christ.

I love this book it is so sad and amazing!