Gratitude and Ann Voskamp

With the holidays rolling around again, especially Thanksgiving, the topic of gratitude is a hot topic. My Facebook feed is already flooded by posts and book recommendations on gratitude. One book in particular took the market by storm three years ago and its author has continued to hold a steady and devout following ever since. That book is “One Thousand Gifts” by Ann Voskamp. I published a review of it here before my blog went public and I thought it would be an appropriate time to repost it.

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Denominations or Associations? (a summary)

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This is only a summary, read my review and analysis here.

Purchase on Amazon here.

“What is the Biblical paradigm for inter-church fellowship?” “Does independence and autonomy exclude Baptist churches from association of any kind?” “Is casual fellowship or informal association between churches sufficient to fulfill the Biblical requirements for churches one to another?” Five Reformed Baptist pastors, one of them a widely recognized scholar of the 17th century, tackle these questions and more in “Denominations or Associations?” examining both Biblical and historical example, comparing their combined portrait with our own status quo.

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Not Just for Pastors

Denominations or Associations? (A review)
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ for Topic Importance and Relevance
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ for Strength of Arguments
⭐️⭐️ for Layperson Accessibility

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You can read my summary here and purchase the book on Amazon here.

“What is the Biblical paradigm for inter-church fellowship?” “Does independence and autonomy exclude Baptist churches from association of any kind?” “Is casual fellowship or informal association between churches sufficient to fulfill the Biblical requirements for churches one to another?” Five Reformed Baptist pastors, one of them a widely recognized scholar of the 17th century, tackle these questions and more in “Denominations or Associations?” examining both Biblical and historical example, comparing their combined portrait with our own status quo.

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