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The Well-Played Life by Len Sweet Reviewed

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Jeannie Light

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4
On March 19, 2014
Last modified:April 19, 2014

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4stars of 5 - This book is for the Christian who's burned out from too many committees, too many calls to service, too many exhortations to discipline. Leonard Sweet's prose is playful, creative, and displays an obvious delight in language. The book's style models the title.

4stars of 5 – This book is for the Christian who’s burned out from too many committees, too many calls to service, too many exhortations to discipline. Leonard Sweet’s prose is playful, creative, and displays an obvious delight in language. The book’s style models the title.

Jeannie Light Louisa, VA

4stars of 5 - This book is for the Christian who's burned out from too many committees, too many calls to service, too many exhortations to discipline. Leonard Sweet's prose is playful, creative, and displays an obvious delight in language. The book's style models the title.