Monthly Archives: September 2017

Do You Wish You Could Read Faster? Four Reasons to Slow Down By David Mathis

Cut out all the time between plays, and you can watch all the action of a nine-inning baseball game in about 18 minutes. Do the same with the average football game, and your total viewing time is only 11 minutes. … Continue reading

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Grammar For Beginners: All About Adjectives By Amanda Patterson

Over the next few months, I will be writing a Grammar For Beginners series. I am starting with parts of speech. What Are Parts Of Speech? Language is made up of different words with different functions. These words are are … Continue reading

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Off The Wall: We Decide Who & What Gets Our Attention– Mike Rowe

September 24, 2017 Hey Mike – I know you avoid politics, (thanks!) and I remember your rant on the Colt’s leaving Baltimore. (As a former Brown’s fan, I feel your pain.) But I gotta ask – what’s happening to professional … Continue reading

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Review of The Legacy of Luther

  In their book, The Legacy of Luther, Editors R.C. Sproul and Stephen Nichols examine the life and work of the conflicted German monk who sparked the Reformation. In this new volume published 500 years after the pivotal event in … Continue reading

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Review of A Rendezvous in Haiti

  In Steven Becker’s A Rendezvous in Haiti, Lt. Robert Macalister is in the country shortly after World War One to quell an uprising. When the rebel leader kidnaps the General’s daughter, Macalister’s love interest, the Lieutenant must go to … Continue reading

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Review of 7

In s book, 7, language expert Cloe Lejune is translating an ancient language when she realizes she must warn the Pope that the world is facing cataclysmic destruction. Meanwhile, a message is delivered to seven random people whose only link … Continue reading

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Review of Murderous Mayhem at Honeychurch Hall

In Hannah Dennison’Review of Murderous Mayhem at Honeychurch Halls Murderous Mayhem at Honeychurch Hall, Iris Stanford’s novel manuscript has gone missing from the local post office. In response, she commissions her daughter, Kat, to recover it along with her mother’s … Continue reading

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