Inspirational Fiction Book Reviews

⇓Article MarketingBook MarketingCopywritingPublic SpeakingTeleseminarsWritingWriting ArticlesHot TagsAffiliateAffiliate ProgramsArticle MarketingBlogBloggingBusinessCookingCooking RecipesHome businessHostingInternetInternet marketingList BuildingMailing listMake MoneyMarketingOnlineOnline BusinessOnline MarketingRecipesSalesSearch Engine optimizationSmall BusinessSoftwareStorageWebWebsiteWebsite DesigningWebsite developmentWork At HomeWritingadsenseadvertisingaffiliate marketingcomputerebaygoogle adsensehealthinsurancemake money onlinemoneynetwork marketingreal estateself improvementseosuccessweb designweb designingweb hostingwebsite designInspirational Fiction Book Reviews ArticlesA published author and teacher once told our writing class that fiction is held to a higher standard than truth; that all sorts of things can happen in reality, but that fiction must be believable. Fiction can reveal certain truths far better than non-fiction can at times, too. Especially if the truth in question is invisible, fiction can speak to the reader’s heart in ways that a simple declaration of the truth cannot. A tale like Hello God, This is Anna may bring a person closer to an inspirational truth than a Biblical tract can. Therefore, we have a long English-language tradition of inspirational fiction. In our database of articles, we have book reviews of inspirational fiction to help you choose the books that strengthen and encourage faith and hope. Read these reviews to decide which books to buy for yourself, someone you mentor or your church’s library. Post a review on your inspirational website. Blessings…Displaying 1-7 of 7 result(s).Cross Estate Highlights Life Affected By 9-11 TragedyPosted by Glenda Bixler. Published on Aug 30, 2009 It was a story about a family, much like many you’ve read. A young man is in love and is also deciding what career choice to make. At least that’s what I thought when I started to read A Cross Estate by William Thomas Kinsella. A Review Of The Vision By Debi PearlPosted by Joy Mary. Published on Jul 09, 2009 The Vision, though a novel, is bound to stir controversy. Muslim extremists are plotting to stop the printing and distribution of the illustrated story book to the Muslim community. The hero, Asher, determines to carry on the work of his mentor in getting the Gospel to Arab Muslims via the Arabic translation of the book. Read this article for the full review. Motivational And Inspirational BooksPosted by Hyacinth Fraser. Published on Jun 09, 2009 There have been a number of books throughout my life that have really helped to guide me. These books for me, have been inspirational and motivational. I hope and trust you find these massively beneficial to you. Most Christian Novels Shy Away From Sex, Not This OnePosted by Nike Chillemi. Published on Jun 01, 2009 Matricide has colored heroine Sarah Graham’s life and she’s balking at the prospect of being forced to leave her sophisticated urban life and go to a poor rural Christian community. Yet, that’s exactly what she’ll have to do to inherit the money left to her by the deceased father she despises. "love Finds You In Humble, Texas" By Anita HigmanPosted by C Bryant. Published on Mar 07, 2009 Trudie Abernathy finds herself in love with the same man her sister loves. Will she back away in her usual humble way? What Is The Meaning Of Your Life?Posted by Shaya Kass and PhD. Published on Feb 23, 2009 I recently read Victor Frankl’s "Man’s Search for Meaning". Frankl’s writes about the importance of finding the meaning in your life. When you find the meaning in your life, your life gets easier and everything "flows" Book Review – Left BehindPosted by Nola Redd. Published on Jan 04, 2009 Rayford Steele is piloting an international flight when his stewardess alerts him that 25% of the people on his plane have vanished, leaving behind clothes, jewelry, and all other physical evidence. Steele, inattentive husband to a devout Christian woman, knows immediately that his passengers, like true Christians around the world, have been caught up into Heaven. So begins Jerry Jenkins/Tim LaHaye novel (and the series) Left Behind. Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.