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25 comments:

pailofpearls said...

It's not religion based, but I like Chocolate for a woman's heart

Charity Cram said...

I love the New Answers Books by Ken Ham. I find them really fascinating! Thank you for the chance to win!

Dan Dykstra said...

One of my favorite inspirational books is written by Beth Moore, Breaking Free.

nirra poret said...

I choose the Bible as my inspiration. Hope that's not too cheesy :)

Natalie said...

My favorite Christian author is C.S. Lewis. I love the Chronicles of Narnia.

Jen B. said...

One of my favorites is The Purpose Driven Life. I always learn something new from a good Christian book.

lissa crane said...

I enjoyed my most recent read "You Can, You Will: 8 Undeniable Qualities of a Winner" by Joel Osteen! It was very uplifting!

sarah gillespie said...

Too blessed to be stressed is a really good one.

Amy Orvin said...

I like Worry Free Living by Joyce Meyer.

Edye Nicole said...

I love Jesus > Religion :)

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Alison King said...

I like the Irresistible Revolution by Shane Claiborne.

Katie Smith said...

I love all the chicken soup for the soul books!

momo said...

I have read almost all of The Chicken Soup For The Soul books, I find a lot of comfort in reading them.

golden storm said...

Day By Day Kids Bible

Connie Lee said...

I don't have a favorite so I picked one from this page that looks like it would be a good read, The Lodge at Bristlecone Pines.

Sara Schwab said...

I don't have a favorite but i love the movie Christmas story

Leela said...

My First Bible.

Vera Godley said...

I review & lots of them on http:// chatwithvera.blogspot. com I just finished "Restoring Christmas" and am now reading "A Primary Decision" and I love reviewing children's Christian books

Krystal W. said...

I really liked Fearless by Max Lucado

Teresa Thompson said...

I love Leota's Garden by Francine Rivers.

Anne C. said...

I love The Chicken Soup book series.

mandala said...

I like "Miracles" by C.S. Lewis and the Chicken Soup for the Soul books.

Desiree Kessler said...

I love the Left Behind series by Tim LaHaye & Jerry B. Jenkins. I've read this series a few times and it's fantastic! Thanks for the giveaway & Merry Christmas! :)

Janice Crespo said...

This is a really hard question for me. I lost my youngest daughter 14 months ago to suicide and to be honest - whatever I read these days doesn't stay with me. Actually my mind doesn't absorb much even yet. The only answer I can come up with is the Bible - that seems to help me the most. I shared our story of the first 6 months without her on HelpStopThePain.com and I am trying to be able to read it myself. It's very hard. To this day, most of all that has happend is a blur and I haven't been able to get past the first section without the tears pouring out of my eyes again.

Jerry Marquardt said...

I like Become a Better You by Joel Osteen. He is always inspirational to me.