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Sat, Oct. 15th, 2005, 02:13 pm
hbpen: Surviving a Mismatch in Marriage

In reading this book, it occurs to me how blessed I am. My husband is agnostic, but he goes to church w/my son & me nearly every week. He does his best to encourage us in our spirituality. And because this book has helped me realize how good I have it in my mismatched marriage, it's helped me to appreciate all that my husband does do, rather than getting nit-picky about the stuff he doesn't do.

:)

Sun, Mar. 20th, 2005, 09:13 pm
officerkrup: preferences...

I just finished Strobel's Case for Christ, but I've already read Case for Faith. I enjoyed the material in a Case for Christ much more and perhaps its the nature of my personality. I was wondering if anybody else felt this way and perhaps you wouldn't mind sharing other books you've really enjoyed. Maybe we'll find a pattern... thanks.

P.S.- anybody read Case for a Creator yet? I haven't

Fri, Feb. 25th, 2005, 02:01 am
h1s_songb1rd: Hiya!

Hi, my name is Lana. I love Lee Strobel. I haven't read any of his books, but I've seen him on his TV show Faith Under Fire. I have two of his books here I want to read and so I thought it'd be a great thing to be a part of this community as I do so. This is an awesome idea for a community. :)

Thu, Feb. 24th, 2005, 12:05 pm
bluesafyrefla: Howdy!

Hi all!

My name is Kimberly and I loooove Lee Strobel's books! I have read "The Case for Faith" and am almost done with "The Case for Christ". Next on my list of course is "The Case for a Creator" which I got as a Christmas gift. I'm really happy to see that this community was formed. Pleasure to be here!

Wed, Feb. 23rd, 2005, 10:08 pm
hbpen: (no subject)

I'm not really much of a reader. (School ruined my love of reading long, long ago.) So it's great to find an author who is enjoyable enough for me to actually *read*.

I've read "The Case for Christ" & "The Case for Faith."

I'm currently reading "Surviving a Spiritual Mismatch in Marriage" & "The Case for a Creator."

I find his books thought-provoking & enjoyable. I look forward to talking about bits of his books here. :)