What Is Your Favorite Book
My favorite book is "In His Steps". It's about a revival in a church and the Christ changed lives of those who found new Light and awakening there.
---Darlene_1 on 9/14/07|
Either Jeremiah or Paul's letter to the people of Corinth because each has helped me in different ways.
---denna7667 on 9/12/07|
Love to read. Have many favorite books but I dare not say, or put another book above, the Holy Bible. My first choice.
Today is Mine by LeRoy Brownlow is a favorite. Quiet Times for Couples by H Norman Wright. Simple Abundance, a Daybook of Comfort and Joy by Sarah Ban Breathnach.
---Robyn on 8/27/07|
Thanks I'm starting a list.
Hinds Feet on High Places - life changing
More then a Carpenter - I give these out
Atlas Shrugged - taught me about ethics before I knew God
---Andrea on 8/27/07|
I read alot so these are just some of the authors I enjoy. Myles Munroe especially Understanding Your Potential, Tommy Tenney especially God Chasers and T.D. Jakes especially Daddy Loves His Girls. Hope you'll get to read them for yourself.
---Charisa on 8/27/07|
If you have never read one, please try a Karen Kingsbury novel. She has several series which are very good. They deal with family issues and Christians learning to trust God in hard times. They will usually bring many tears before you reach the last page. If you like suspense, Dee Henderson or Terri Blackstock are good Christian suspense authors.
---melissa on 8/27/07|
I have many favorite books. But my top three favorites are Jane Eyre, Rebecca, and The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle.
---Katie on 8/27/07|
Any teachings from Joyce Meyers. (Those of you whom don't like Joyce for whatever reason, keep your opinions to yourself, because this will not turn into an arugement).
---Rebecca_D on 8/26/07|
Right now, "Believing God" by Beth Moore. Also, "The Prayer That Changes Everything" by Stormie O'Martian.
---Trish9863 on 8/26/07|
gee i like a lot of books i am not sure i have a favortie. i just enjoy reading...
---irene7395 on 8/26/07|
The book "Gone With The Wind" definitely impacted my life. I read it cover to cover at age 16 and it lead me to a love of United States history, historical places, historical biographies, etc. To this day I am a history NUT and I can trace it all back to reading GWTW.
---TT on 8/26/07|
andrea, iam sure of the answers. but I enjoy many books.usually.my favorite pastime is watching classic movies,the thin man movies,and movies of the 30s and 40s.but actually my favorite book is the book of romans.and the whole bible.
---tom2 on 8/26/07|
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