Category: Book Reviews

What Native artists can learn from “Real Artists Don’t Starve”

Broken down into three parts, Real Artist Don’t Starve takes you on a journey of transformation. What does the life a successful (“Thriving”) artist look like? Are you born with special gifts, talents, advantages? If not, can you still make

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Book Review: Behold the Man by Bodie and Brock Thoene

Governor Pontius Pilate, his wife, and a celebrated Roman centurion are entangled in a journey none of them dreamed of making. But they are set on a journey to encounter a Man who will change them forever. This novel explores

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Book Review: 52 Little Life Lessons from A Christmas Carol by Bob Welch

An old story with countless renditions gets a fresh visit in this charming and insightful book. 52 Little Life Lessons From A Christmas Carol by Bob Welch starts with a list of characters and an author’s note to reacquaint the

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Book Review: Abolishing Abortion by Rev. Frank Pavone

“I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” Elie Weisel, Holocaust survivor “If I

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Book Review: Back Then by Beverly Jean Hardy Allen

This book is a collection of stories, historical tidbits, genealogy, photos, and author notes woven together to tell one family’s story from pre-removal to modern times. This isn’t simply a book on one family’s history with dry facts and records.

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