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"This is the first "post Mitford series" book by Jan Karon, but it's still about Father Tim -- I'm glad she couldn't let him go. It's a great book that goes back and tells more about his childhood, with a beautiful surprise near the end."
"Absolutely the best Christian apologetics book ever. It shows what Christians believe, what Christianity is really all about in an intelligent, logical way without being too esoteric or full of theology-speak. It's also very well done, making no giant leaps that a non-believer would see right through, and Keller isn't afraid to take on the toughest questions."
"Robin Gunn's "Sisterchicks" series is another on my list of favorite book series. While the books are light and fun, they are by no means "lightweight." Each one has an uplifting message of hope and of the importance of those "sisterchicks" in our lives who keep us going when we're sometimes ready to give up."
"Phil and I read these books when we were kids, and completely fell in love with Middle Earth and all the amazing characters living there. Definitely one (well, technically three) of our favorite books."
"Tolkien. Middle Earth. Filmed in New Zealand. Can't go wrong here -- totally my favorite films ever (and Phil's, too!). Gotta have the Director's Cut to see the bits that didn't make it to the Big Screen. And every juicy minute of the "behind the scenes" stuff is worth it."
"Awesome children's book, introduced to me by Phil's parents when they moved to Texas. It was written in the 1930s and takes place in England's Lake District where four children from one family meet up with two sisters from another for a summer of camping and sailing adventure. I can't help but think how sweet as it would've been to be able to grow up like this!"