Book Review: Through A Man’s Eyes

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Through a Man’s Eyes: Helping Women Understand The Visual Nature Of Men, authors: Shaunti Feldhahn & Craig Gross, published by: WaterBrook Multnomah, is a book that strives to help its readers discover more about the visual nature of men.

This publication is presented as an attempt to help women better understand the men within their lives, helping to open up the avenues into understanding the God-given visual nature of men.

Trying to understand the visual nature of men seems to be an insurmountable task but, Shaunti and Craig bring forth this understanding in a simple understandable manner, one that any woman will be able to understand, one that will help her see the man in her life through different more powerful understanding.

This is a wonderful publication, and it is recommended for any woman seeking to understand her mate in a more detailed manner.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

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Published in: on October 15, 2015 at 11:38 pm  Leave a Comment  

Book Review: Blessed, Blessed, Blessed

9781496405708Blessed, Blessed, Blessed: The Untold Story Of Our Family’s Fight To Love Hard, Stay Strong and Keep The Faith When Life Can’t Be Fixed, written by: Missy Robertson w/Beth Clark, is a book that strives to help its readers gain strength for their journey through life.

This book opens up a completely new understanding of Jase, Missy, and their little part of the Robertson clan. Upon these pages, readers will find the real life struggles and the joys of their faith that Missy and her family walked through during what were some difficult days for their marriage, their family, and their faith.

As the pages of this publication are turned, the Robertsons become more than a successful business and television family. They become real, more real than anyone ever could have imagined. As readers walk alongside of their family struggles, their hurts, their faith, they will no doubt grow in a multitude of ways, from the way they see their own families to how important they feel about their faith.

Also included are wonderful family pictures, pictures that pull the entire story behind the book into a more personal positon. These pictures reflect images of the beginning of Missy and Jase’s relationship, (which show a beardless Jase), to images of their growing family.

This book is HIGHLY recommended as a personal purchase and as a gift.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on October 15, 2015 at 11:37 pm  Leave a Comment  

Bible Review: The NiRV Giant Print Bible

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The NIrV Giant Print Holy Bible, published by Zondervan, is a Bible designed to aid those who need a more generous viewing text in order to grasp a powerful, life changing, understanding of the Word of God.

This Bible is perfect for the eyes of those who have traveled many viewing miles, for the eyes of those who have been scarred by illness, for eyes of those who have been adjusted by physical impairments, or simply for someone who enjoys a larger text type for easier viewing.

This Bible comes printed in the New International Reader’s Version, a massive 14-point, simple type-face, in a single column setting, thus allowing for a more comfortable, God-focused time of study.

While this Bible does not have a lot of the bells and whistles found in the average Study Bible, it does contain all that is essentially needed to have an easier reading/study experience for its intended audience, thus it is a recommended purchase for personal use or a gift for that special someone.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

Published in: on October 15, 2015 at 11:35 pm  Leave a Comment