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    Put your Christian & Religious recommendations here in this thread!

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    Reedeming Love - Francine Rivers
    The Blue Bottle Club by Penelope Stokes
    Traveling Light by Max Lucado
    Lisa Grace's Angels in the Shadows
    Lies Women believe by Nancy Leigh DeMoss
    "The Red Tent" by Anita Diamant
    Beverly Lewis's The Postcard and the books that followed it - The Crossroad
    "A Stray Drop of Blood" by Roseanna M White
    "The Shack" by William P. Young
    "The Penny" by Joyce Meyer
    A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving

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    I somehow love to read Amish books. I do not consider myself religious, but I love the slow pace of these books. The commitment and the lifestyle. I absoluetly want to go and see this world with my own eyes someday. I am just so intrigued by this.

    I love the books by Barbara Cameron, like the Quilts of Lancaster County Series.
    I also very much enjoy the Jabob's Daughter series by Samantha Jillian Bayarr.

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    I didn't see the Left Behind Series listed. It's a big series of 16 best-selling novels by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins
    that deal with the end times. It is a fictional account based on scripture involving great characters and lots of action.
    I've read them all, so has my husband and 18 year old son. we have all enjoyed them even though none of us are particularly religious or devout.

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    As Sure as the Dawn by Francine Rivers was excellent! I just looked it up and it is the 3rd of a series, however, I didn't know that when I read it and it made no difference. It is set in gladiator/Roman times and I really couldn't put it down.

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    I am right there with you! I love that series by Francine Rivers. I got so emotionally attached to the characters. I think I am going to re-read them.

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