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July 07, 2011

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Amy

That does sound like a really interesting book. I find church history fascinating. I also suspect this book will do much to refute those in the world who like to tell me that Christian women don't have interesting lives.

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Aimee Byrd

I just read this book and it was like a companion to sneak off with. I love the tapestry theme because we can fit ourselves into the threads of God's story. This book is one of encouragement, since it's apparent how God works in all cultures and threats to the gospel. It's also motivating. I highly recommend it as well.

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