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Stuff to read and listen to

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I have read and listened to some really good stuff lately and I do not want to keep it to myself! So here are some recommendations for things to keep you engaged during these lovely winter months. (I really do like winter maybe I keep better in the cold.) Books Aging with Grace by Susan Hunt and Sharon Betters I look around at ECC and I see women who are so strong in t...

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Book Report

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Book Report I confess I have not been doing as much reading as I thought I would during this extended pandemic. But I have read some things that have encouraged and educated me. I am hoping some of you might also find these books to be helpful. I am in the process of reading None Like Him by Jen Wilkin. This book presents the incommunicable attributes of God and how th...

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How to get the most out of reading your Bible.

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Pastor Rich provides practical suggestions on how to get the most out of reading your Bible....

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Quarantine reading

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Tina Miller shares some of what she's currently reading....

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Stocking-stuffer ideas for families

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Reviews of several gift ideas for children and parents....

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Summer reading from Sunday School

We have enjoyed some great teaching for the past 6 weeks on some significant men of faith. Here are the resources our teachers used to prepare for their classes! They would make great summer reading!...

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On My Reading Shelf

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Here's a look at what I've recently read or am reading right now...

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Thoughts during Lent

Lent is often considered a time of quiet reflection. But it might also be a time God uses to challenge us to consider how we live out the Gospel all year long....

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Sabbatical Reading

Sabbatical has allowed me to be more intentional about reading. I hope these reviews will help spur you on to make time to read as well....

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Recommended Reading

Alas, the summer is coming to an end. Sunday School will be beginning soon (Sun, Aug 20!). And there are still dozens of books that you did not get to read yet...(or is that just my problem?) This past summer, the Christian Discipleship Committee sold (at a significant discount) different books that we recommended for your encouragement, edification, and growth. Now that ...

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Tea and a good book

This is really a book report on two books: Awe, by Paul David Tripp and The Afternoon of Life, by Elyse Fitzpatrick. Winter is a great time to read more. These two books just might change your perspective on life....

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