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Irenaeus (Christian Biographies for Young Readers) Book Cover Irenaeus (Christian Biographies for Young Readers)
Simonetta Carr
Reformation Heritage Books
October 15, 2017
Hardcover
64 Pages

Irenaeus is remembered for his work in helping the church to preserve the faith handed on by the apostles and to defend it when it was attacked. In this simply written and beautifully illustrated book, Simonetta Carr shows young readers the difficulties the early church faced and how Irenaeus taught Christians to discern truth from error by listening to the Bible. To Christians, the lessons Irenaeus taught are as important today as they were in his time.

The Cross Focused Reviewers share their thoughts on Irenaeus by Simonetta Carr (Reformation Heritage Books, 2017).

“Carr’s book hits a homerun by enabling young readers to consume a well-rounded overview of Irenaeus without bogging them down to the point where these young minds will become bored and disinterested with the material. Carr once again writes with her audience well in mind and does so rather amazingly.

I highly recommend this book, especially for families who homeschool or for homeschool associations who may offer group classes for their members. This book would make an excellent addition to a homeschool bible and/or world history curriculum.

So Simonetta Carr…with this latest release you have me on the edge of my seat anxiously waiting for what you have next for us in this awesome series.”
Reviewer: Michael Boling
Rating: 5 Stars

“While Irenaeus of Lyon’s life may not be as memorable or his personality as over the top as someone like Luther about whom biography’s abound it is good to see some lesser known biographies come out like this of Irenaeus. This book would be a good middle grade read but also I would encourage adults to read it as well. This series of biographies published by Reformation Heritage Books and written by Simonetta Carr would be excellent introductions to many godly women and men through history especially for adults who have a limited amount of free reading time and want to understand their own families history better since all believers have been adopted and are brothers and sisters in Christ. If you would like to start learning more about some in the early church this would be a good place to start.”
Reviewer: Kenneth Clayton
Rating: 4 Stars

“Teaching Church history can be a complicated endeavor especially with children, yet in Simonetta Carr’s new book, Irenaeus, she continues her pursuit to give children a glimpse of followers of Christ who influenced their modern worldview… Having read her other works in this phenomenal series, Irenaeus, might be the best of an already genre defining biographical series.”
Reviewer: Dan Doll
Rating: 5 Stars

“Filled with beautiful illustrations and photos of historically relevant documents, this short chapter book is perfect for children ages 8 and up (and even adults too!)… If you desire to learn about church history, I highly recommend Irenaeus of Lyon.”
Reviewer: Lauren DuPrez
Rating: 5 Stars

“Simonetta’s books are truly delightful to simply handle and explore – and the stories enclosed are a gift for young and old alike.”
Reviewer: Lesley Eischen
Rating: 4 Stars

“Young and old alike will profit from and enjoy reading this book, whether you know absolutely nothing about Irenaeus and this is your first introduction, or whether this is the fifth book you’ve read on the man and it simply serves as a reminder in a beautifully illustrated way for you to teach your children or others about him.”
Reviewer: Zack Ford
Rating: 5 Stars

“I think it’s perfectly fine for kids to read and hear works of fiction, but I think it’s also good to let them learn about real Christians who lived in the past. Real people who lived and died fighting the good fight of faith. What better way to put one’s imagination to work than contemplating real events, real Christian people and the teachings of God’s Word? This book is one of a series of books that are a good way to have young people (and older people) practice doing that.”
Reviewer: Sarah Lambert
Rating: 5 Stars

“…a good book for young kids on the topic of Christian history/biography.”
Reviewer: Angela Parsley
Rating: 5 Stars

“Christian children reading this book will receive a solid foundation to study patristics. Also, the physical appearance of the book is beautiful, such that it would make a good decoration.”
Reviewer: James Pate
Rating: 5 Stars

“…highly recommended. In fact, this book has encouraged me to take a look at the other biographies for young readers that she has written. They might make good gifts for the grandkids!”
Reviewer: James Spinti
Rating: 4 Stars

Irenaeus of Lyon is beautifully written and illustrated. Simonetta weaves facts and doctrine so that the book reads easily, holding one’s attention until the last page.”
Reviewer: Joanne Viola
Rating: 5 Stars

Where to Buy:
Irenaeus is available at any good Christian bookstore. If you don’t have a Christian bookstore near you, you may want to consider purchasing a copy from one of the online book retailers listed below:

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Irenaeus by Simonetta CarrThank you for your interest in reviewing Irenaeus. This blog tour is now full. You can see our current list of available review books here: LINK.

Irenaeus is remembered for his work in helping the church to preserve the faith handed on by the apostles and to defend it when it was attacked. In this simply written and beautifully illustrated book, Simonetta Carr shows young readers the difficulties the early church faced and how Irenaeus taught Christians to discern truth from error by listening to the Bible. To Christians, the lessons Irenaeus taught are as important today as they were in his time.

Author and Illustrator:

Simonetta Carr was born in Italy and has lived and worked in different cultures. A former elementary school teacher, she home-schooled her eight children for many years. She has written for newspapers and magazines around the world and has translated the works of several Christian authors into Italian. Presently, she lives in San Diego with her husband, Thomas, and family. She is a member and Sunday school teacher at Christ United Reformed Church, Santee, California.

Matt Abraxas has traveled from California to France, studying different approaches to art. He enjoys creating and teaching art and currently exhibits his work at the SmithKlein Gallery in Boulder, Colorado. Matt lives with his wife, Rebecca, and two sons, Zorba and Rainer, in Lafayette, Colorado.

Endorsements:

“Writing church history in a way that appeals to children is not at all easy, but Simonetta Carr has done it time and again with these gorgeous books on various figures from the glorious company of believers who have gone before us. And this new one on Irenaeus is no exception. We know his thought well because of his literary works, but much of his life is in the shadows. Simonetta handles this adroitly, however, and the result is an excellent presentation for children of a key figure in the history of God’s people. Well done, Simonetta!”

Michael A. G. Haykin, professor of church history and biblical spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

“I love Simonetta Carr’s books. I know of no other volumes on Christian history that are so wonderfully accessible and beautifully illustrated. Now Simonetta brings to us the story of the second-century pastor and defender of orthodoxy Irenaeus of Lyon. The author skillfully weaves together historical facts and biblical meditations to produce a compelling account. I lament that my children are now too old to place on my lap so that I might read to them this excellent book about a most excellent man.”

Todd Pruitt, pastor, Covenant Presbyterian Church, Harrisonburg, Virginia, and cohost of Mortification of Spin

Book Information:

  • Publisher:  Reformation heritage Books
  • ISBN:  9781601784957
  • Page Count:  64 Pages

Blog Tour Details:

  • Tour Dates: October 30 – November 5, 2017
  • Available Formats: Hardcover (Continental US Only)
  • We ask that reviewers post to their personal website/blog and Amazon.com.

Thank you for your interest in reviewing Irenaeus. This blog tour is now full. You can see our current list of available review books here: LINK.

Reformation Women: Sixteenth-Century Figures Who Shaped Christianity's Rebirth Book Cover Reformation Women: Sixteenth-Century Figures Who Shaped Christianity's Rebirth
Rebecca VanDoodewaard
Reformation Heritage Books
April 25, 2017
136

Women are an essential element in church history. Just as Deborah, Esther, and the New Testament Marys helped shape Bible history, so the women of the Reformed church have helped to make its history great. In Reformation Women, Rebecca Vandoodewaard introduces readers to twelve sixteenth-century women who are not as well known today as contemporaries like Katie Luther and Lady Jane Grey. Providing an example to Christians today of strong service to Christ and His church, these influential, godly women were devoted to Reformation truth, in many cases provided support for their husbands, practiced hospitality, and stewarded their intellectual abilities. Their strength and bravery will inspire you, and your understanding of church history will become richer as you learn how God used them to further the Reformation through their work and influence.

The Cross Focused Reviewers share their thoughts on Reformation Women: Sixteenth-Century Figures Who Shaped Christianity’s Rebirth by Rebecca VanDoodewaard (Reformation Heritage Books, 2017).

“I would wholeheartedly recommend this book for anyone with an interest in the history of the Protestant Reformation –especially those who desire to learn more about the very important role that women played in its success. This book is perfect for a part of a homeschooling history curriculum and would be a timely addition given the important anniversary which is just around the corner.”
Reviewer: Aaron Cerda
Rating: 5 Stars

“…overall the book was very enjoyable and I would encourage others to pick it up especially women, those with daughters, and pastors who most likely have more women than men in their congregation.”
Reviewer: Kenneth Clayton
Rating: 4 Stars

“After taking a “Women in Church History” course in college, I have loved learning about the powerful women who have helped Christianity to spread throughout the ages. Sometimes it was them going into a scary country on their own. Other times it was a wife supporting her leader of a husband. Reformation Women is a welcomed addition to my collection of books on Women in Church history. What a powerful reminder of what God can do with a heart surrendered to Him.”
Reviewer: Cindy Cook
Rating: 5 Stars

“Not only is Reformation Women a wonderful read for you, it’s entirely appropriate for your middle and high school students. I highly recommend it.”
Reviewer: Danika Cooley
Rating: 5 Stars

“I found Reformation Women to be a personally encouraging, and intellectually satisfying book. More than that, I think it is a necessary book. The ongoing and diverse conversations regarding what makes a “biblical woman” need the historic grounding that this sort of book provides. I hope Rebecca, or another author, also offers us similar biographies of women from other times and places in church history.”
Reviewer: Coralie Cowan
Rating: 5 Stars

“I highly recommend this book as a way, not to just learn about the history of these faithful women, but to apply their faithfulness to our own lives.”
Reviewer: Debbie Crawford
Rating: 5 Stars

“Wives, mothers, godly followers of Christ, these women of the Reformation saw fit to live out their faith amidst a culture that was increasingly hostile to the new reforms of Protestants. You will not be disappointed as you read about these faithful followers of Christ.”
Reviewer: Spencer Cummins
Rating: 5 Stars

“I highly recommend, Reformation women, to any Pastor looking for historical illustrations as well as to every father to tell read these accounts to their daughters to aid in their spiritual growth, as well as to all women to give them a role model to inspire to . This is a book you do not want to miss out on.”
Reviewer: Dan Doll
Rating: 5 Stars

“While there are many books being published on the Protestant Reformation this one stands out in bringing to attention women whose accomplishments and service though great are largely forgotten in church history. If you’re looking to get a better understanding of the contribution women made to the Protestant Reformation this should be one of the first books you pick up.”
Reviewer: Steve Dresen
Rating: 5 Stars

Reformation Women provides brief but informative accounts from the lives of twelve women. Additionally, the appendices supply timelines and family trees for simplicity of understanding.”
Reviewer: Lesley Eischen
Rating: 5 Stars

“I give this book an A+. I highly recommend it for anyone that enjoys biographies, church history, or women’s studies. It would also make an excellent addition to any homeschooling studying the Reformation.”
Reviewer: Morgan Farr
Rating: 5 Stars

“I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone. This book is not just for women. This book is not just for lovers of history. This book is not just for Reformation gurus. Though the book will certainly appeal to those groups, the truths learned and modeled in this book extend much further — into each and every one of our lives as Christ followers. I found myself encouraged, humbled, convicted, and instructed through the godly lives and examples of these unknown women of the Reformation. I believe that the same will be true for you.”
Reviewer: Zack Ford
Rating: 5 Stars

“VanDoodewaard’s study helps to fill the gap which exists at a popular level regarding the role of women in the Reformation. Her study is helpful and engaging and I found each chapter to be better than the last (the chapters on the Frenchwomen Jeanne d’ Albret & Luise de Coligny were particularly riveting). Hopefully this book will help to provide the church today (and perhaps especially the daughters of the church) with models of feminine faithfulness.”
Reviewer: Ben Franks
Rating: 5 Stars

“Throughout this book, I found myself longing for more details and jotting down questions for further study. Mrs. VanDoodewaard successfully whetted my appetite for further study, indeed. I would love to know more about how these women balanced their many responsibilities, educated their children, managed their homes, etc., and because her sources are well-documented in footnotes, I know just where to turn for additional information!”
Reviewer: Elizabeth Hankins
Rating: 5 Stars

“I thoroughly enjoyed this book and plan to encourage my girls to read it. This makes me want to read more of this period of church history, and I hope it has the same effect on others. I highly recommend this book.”
Reviewer: Robert Hayton
Rating: 5 Stars

“Just as Foxe’s “Book of Martyrs” is important in the lives of believers, so are the stories of these women who stood up to the tyranny of the Roman Catholic Church and gave their lives to serve God. VanDoodewaard’s collection of stories will inspire and challenge you in your Christian walk.”
Reviewer: Jill Jones
Rating: 5 Stars

“I appreciated this book because it was well-written, easy to follow, and very interesting. The introduction and conclusion are very helpful in that they give reasons why it’s important to learn about women of the Reformation and lists several things we can learn from them. I’ll be recommending this book when people ask if I have any ideas for a women’s book club at church. But this book isn’t just for women! It’s for anyone who wants to learn about Reformation history and be edified and encouraged in the faith at the same time.”
Reviewer: Shane Lems
Rating: 5 Stars

“If you are interested in learning more about the Reformation, I would encourage you to read Reformation Women. While we women may drawn to the stories of our sisters, this isn’t just for us. This book gives a bigger picture of how God used both men and women during this turning point in church history.”
Reviewer: Persis Lorenti
Rating: 4 Stars

“Many of the books that discuss the Reformation focus on men’s involvement in the Reformation, so it is excellent that VanDoodewaard has written a book to show how women made waves in the Reformation.”
Reviewer: Haley Marshall
Rating: 5 Stars

“What was perhaps most impactful was how these women did not let circumstances get in the way of always encouraging the church and pushing forward.”
Reviewer: Michelle Newman
Rating: 5 Stars

“I look forward to having my wife and daughter read it so that they can get to know some of these women from church history who can encourage us in our faith today.”
Reviewer: Joey Parker
Rating: 5 Stars

“Some biographies are dry and hard to digest but this book was not like that. It will keep you desiring to read all about each life included. It will spur your faith and encourage it. It is worth the time.”
Reviewer: Angela Parsley
Rating: 4 Stars

“The conclusion of the book was especially strong, as it eloquently discussed lessons that we can learn from the women’s lives. The most powerful lessons included the importance of deriving one’s identity and mission from one’s faith rather than one’s role, how people have different gifts and should diligently use them where they are, and how people should have a cause beyond themselves.”
Reviewer: James Pate
Rating: 4 Stars

“These women are simply some of the most amazing women who have ever been a part of the church. We need to know these women.”
Reviewer: Jon Roberts
Rating: 5 Stars

“Thank you Rebecca, for taking the time to write this gem. It is something that will stay in my bookshelf for the years to come.”
Reviewer: Krista Rodriguez
Rating: 5 Stars

“The stories of such women are, as the author says, “an essential element in church history” (ix). While all made unique contributions, the women are an example of faithfulness to the Lord, His Word, and His church. Reformation Women by Rebecca VanDooewaard will introduce you to women of the Word who fought for the truth of the Word and can give us the courage to fight for that same truth today!”
Reviewer: Theron St. John
Rating: 4 Stars

“This book would make a nice read for any adult and would be a nice addition to any homeschool family library. ”
Reviewer: Deon Vannostrand
Rating: 5 Stars

“I read this book with my wife and we both enjoyed learning about these unique women and their contribution to the Protestant Reformation. They truly were amazing women, and they serve as proof that extraordinary faithfulness to God is a better legacy than a recognizable name. I’m thankful that Rebecca VanDoodewaard could reintroduce these women to modern audiences. They are truly exceptional, and both my wife and I were encouraged by their faith. I highly recommend this book.”
Reviewer: Andrew Wencl
Rating: 5 Stars

“What I find especially helpful about a book such as this is the reminder that Christianity has never been the domain of men alone. Faithful women, married and serving alongside their husbands or single and serving wherever they can, have been part and parcel of the faith from the very beginning. We do a great disservice to the cause of Christ by forgetting such facts. This volume should be an inspiration and encouragement to men AND women of the faith.”
Reviewer: Joe Westbrook
Rating: 5 Stars

“…there is much to gain from reading Reformation Women, both for historical enrichment and spiritual encouragement.”
Reviewer: John Wiley
Rating: 4 Stars

“I appreciate how the author never elevates nor demeans women who worked alongside their husbands and children on the home front. Though often in obscurity, yet their works, as a light set on a hill, could not be hidden, and we are blessed and encouraged to follow in their footsteps with honor and dignity even if we never leave the sphere of our homes. Yet, those who are active in the workforce or in positions of leadership will also gain many insights into how to portray the love of Christ where they serve with those qualities unique to believing women. I would especially encourage high school aged women to read this book as they are seeking to discern God’s plan for their lives, and it would make an excellent graduation gift.”
Reviewer: Marcia Wilwerding
Rating: 5 Stars

Where to Buy:
Reformation Women is available at any good Christian bookstore. If you don’t have a Christian bookstore near you, you may want to consider purchasing a copy from one of the online book retailers listed below:

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Reformation Women: Sixteenth-Century Figures Who Shaped Christianity's Rebirth by Rebecca VanDoodeward

Thank you for your interest in reviewing Reformation Women. This blog tour is now full. You can see our current list of available review books here: LINK.

Women are an essential element in church history. Just as Deborah, Esther, and the New Testament Marys helped shape Bible history, so the women of the Reformed church have helped to make its history great. In Reformation Women, Rebecca Vandoodewaard introduces readers to twelve sixteenth-century women who are not as well known today as contemporaries like Katie Luther and Lady Jane Grey. Providing an example to Christians today of strong service to Christ and His church, these influential, godly women were devoted to Reformation truth, in many cases provided support for their husbands, practiced hospitality, and stewarded their intellectual abilities. Their strength and bravery will inspire you, and your understanding of church history will become richer as you learn how God used them to further the Reformation through their work and influence.

Table of Contents:

  1. Anna Reinhard
  2. Anna Adlischweiler
  3. Katharina Schutz
  4. Margarethe Blaurer
  5. Marguerite de Navarre
  6. Jeanne d’Albret
  7. Charlotte Arbaleste
  8. Charlotte de Bourbon
  9. Louise de Coligny
  10. Catherine Willoughby
  11. Renee of Ferrara
  12. Olympia Morata

Praise for Reformation Women:

“The modern resurgence of Reformed theology, publishing, and ministry is not just for those with beards. Nor has it ever been, for a healthy Calvinism has always seen women making incredible contributions. With crisp prose showing how biblical femininity resulted in a strength among a dozen Reformed women that was both “tough and ladylike,” Rebecca VanDoodewaard has done all the church—both men and women—a tremendous service in providing this work. She brings the lesser-known ladies from Good’s original Famous Women of the Reformed Church alive for a new generation.”
—Barry York, professor of pastoral theology and dean of faculty, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary

“When this book arrived on my doorstep, I was anxious to read it. Few accessible works exist on the heroines of the Reformation, so I read these biographies with the desire to learn. But I walked away with more than learning; I was challenged and inspired. I have new heroes of the faith, and so will every Christian who reads this wonderful collection. Thank you, Rebecca Vandoodewaard, for introducing many of us to these saintly women and sharing their testimonies— testimonies that can’t help but encourage every saint to live more for Christ.”
—Jason Helopoulos, associate pastor, University Reformed Church, Lansing, Michigan

Reformation Women is a book of rare quality and interest as Rebecca VanDoodewaard opens up a whole new dimension in the ongoing story of Christ’s church. We learn of the enormous contribution made by twelve women to the progress of the Reformation in the sixteenth century. Here we have women from diverse backgrounds—some of whose names we can hardly pronounce—whom God raised up and used in a remarkable way. You will be humbled and inspired by these pages and long to serve God better in whatever sphere you have been placed.”
—Faith Cook, author of Lady Jane Grey: Nine Day Queen of England and several other Christian biographies and historical books

About the Author: Rebecca VanDoodewaard is a wife, mother, and author of several books.

Book Information:

  • Publisher:  Reformation Heritage Books
  • ISBN: 9781601785329
  • Page Count:  152 Pages

Blog Tour Details:

  • Tour Dates:  July 10-16, 2017
  • Available Formats: Paperback (Continental US Only), .mobi or .epub ebook
  • We ask that reviewers post to their personal website/blog and Amazon.com.

Thank you for your interest in reviewing Reformation Women. This blog tour is now full. You can see our current list of available review books here: LINK.

Finding Forgiveness: Discovering the Healing Power of the Gospel Book Cover Finding Forgiveness: Discovering the Healing Power of the Gospel
Stanley D. Gale
Reformation Heritage Books
November 25, 2016
120

Product Description

If you are a Christian, you have personally experienced the joy of sins forgiven and reconciliation with God. Forgiveness, writes Stanley Gale, “is a divine accomplishment to be savored and offered to others.” Forgiveness is the most basic of Christian graces, yet the topic raises many questions, including these:

  • Is it biblical to “forgive and forget”?
  • Why do we need to confess our sins if they are already forgiven?
  • How do we actually go about forgiving someone?
  • Does the Bible give a place to forgiving ourselves?
  • What does life look like after forgiveness?

In Finding Forgiveness, you will discover practical answers to these questions and many others. With pastoral warmth, the author will help you see how the awe of the gospel dawns anew for those who apply forgiveness and experience the healing of a burdened spirit or broken relationship.

The Cross Focused Reviewers share their thoughts on Finding Forgiveness: Discovering the Healing Power of the Gospel by Stanley D. Gale (Reformation Heritage Books, 2016)

“This book stands out in how the author is able to draw out the principals of forgiveness clearly and concisely while also addressing important misconceptions that have crept into the church. This book would help anyone seeking to understand what biblical forgiveness is.”
Reviewer: Steve Dresen
Rating: 5 Stars

Finding Forgiveness is a Christ centered, Gospel saturated, enduring call …the enduring call to love God and love others as He has loved us.”
Reviewer: Lesley Eischen
Rating: 5 Stars

“This book is one of those that packs a punch of gospel truth despite it not being a big one. Gale writes with clarity and as one who has experienced the forgiveness of God, which all in Christ have done so. I am delighted to recommend Finding Forgiveness.”
Reviewer: Chris Land
Rating: 5 Stars

“For readers interested in studying the complicated subject of forgiveness, this book provides valuable insight, with the scriptures to back up the author’s writing.”
Reviewer: Becky Miller
Rating: 3 Stars

“I applaud Gale for the wrestling with issues that he does do in this book, as well as the helpful insights that he presents…”
Reviewer: James Pate
Rating: 4 Stars

“…a journey of awakening not only waking us up to the fact that it is imperative to forgive but shows us how to get on the right path to forgiveness.”
Reviewer: Jalynn Patterson
Rating: 5 Stars

“I would recommend this book for anyone looking to understand biblical forgiveness.”
Reviewer: Anne Pendleton
Rating: 4 Stars

“Are you having difficulty with forgiveness? This book is a timely, helpful, uplifting and encouraging read.”
Reviewer: William Perkins
Rating: 5 Stars

“…a book which not only teaches you what forgiveness is but also challenges you to actually live it out.”
Reviewer: Theron St. John
Rating: 4 Stars

“…skillfully handles an important subject in a very understandable manner.”
Reviewer: Michael Taylor
Rating: 4 Stars

“I recommend this book to anyone who wants to better understand how the Gospel allows us to find forgiveness.”
Reviewer: Gregory Wilson
Rating: 5 Stars

Finding Forgiveness helps the believer understand his/her own forgiveness rooted in the gospel and understand how and why we forgive others.”
Reviewer: Aaron Cerda
Rating: 5 Stars

“I would recommend this book to anyone who may have a hard time forgiving themselves or others, and wants to be obedient to God in the process.”
Reviewer: Tom Meiers
Rating: 4 Stars

“I would recommend this to those that want to study and go in depth about forgiveness.”
Reviewer: Deb Stanhope
Rating: 4 Stars

“…a wonderful primer on forgiveness, how to understand it, and how to have it be a part of our Christians character. I recommended it to everyone who will read – there is too much confusion on the subject of forgiveness.”
Reviewer: Peter Butler, Jr.
Rating: 5 Stars

“A great book for anyone. Whether you think you’ve “conquered” forgiveness or not, I bet you’ll be surprised to learn some things you might still need to overcome.”
Reviewer: Sundi Jo Graham
Rating: 4 Stars

Finding Forgiveness would be an exceptional discipleship tool or even for a special emphasis Sunday School study resource.”
Reviewer: Jennifer Mcllwain
Rating: 5 Stars

“I found Gale’s writing to be clear, concise and overall a very helpful book on the topic of forgiveness. This is certainly a book that would be a great resource for pastors and others who give counsel to have readily available to give to people who are struggling with understanding biblical forgiveness.”
Reviewer: Joey Parker
Rating: 5 Stars

“…a good read. I have many highlights that have provoked some future sermons.”
Reviewer: Bledar Valca
Rating: 4 Stars

“I found this book to be first theological in nature, as it relates to God’s character and the manner in which He addresses people. But because God is love & love is an action, this book becomes practical in nature.”
Reviewer: Louis Zinc
Rating: 5 Stars

“Gale brings a writers eye and a Pastor’s heart to the subject and I’m confident that many will find his reflections on the subject of forgiveness to be of help.”
Reviewer: Ben Franks
Rating: 4 Stars

Where to Buy:
Finding Forgiveness is available at any good Christian bookstore. If you don’t have a Christian bookstore near you, you may want to consider purchasing a copy from one of the online book retailers listed below:

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