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Sacrificial Love Found in A Cowboy’s Touch

Faith does play a small part in the characters’ development, but more importantly, an ex-rodeo star’s actions embody the sacrificial love that God has for his children.

Narnia Goes Back to The Beginning

Walden Media recently revealed its decision to adapt The Magician’s Nephew as the next Chronicles of Narnia movie in the film franchise based on C.S. Lewis' classic children's series.

Faith in the Land of Make-Believe

Faith in the Land of Make-Believe is the brutally honest memoir of an award-winning filmmaker who learned to become totally dependent on God.

Mine is the Night is a Bonny Retelling

Based on the love story of Ruth and Boaz with an 18th century setting and a Scottish brogue, Mine is the Night is a charming tale with spiritual applications woven seamlessly throughout.

Thirty-One Days of Drawing Near to God

Experience lavish love, astounding mercy—and an intimacy more satisfying than you’d ever imagined possible. Read an excerpt from Ruth Myers' latest devotional.

Rick Tramonto Tells All in Scars of a Chef

In Scars of a Chef, the story of top chef Rick Tramonto’s “rags to riches” journey from high school dropout to award-winning chef does not disappoint.

Angel Sister Paints Portrait of Forgiveness, Grace

A big story starring two little girls and a host of intriguing supporting characters, Angel Sister paints an inspirational portrait of forgiveness and grace in the midst of trial and hardship.

Love Wins: A Review of Rob Bell's New Book

Questions are important. But when Rob Bell gets done asking, no matter what answers he puts forward, it seems we’re only left with more questions.

Blood Covenant

A group of climbers is attacked by renegade soldiers. When a medical team rescues them, it's discovered that one of them is carrying an infectious disease. It won't be long before the disease is out of control.

Glamour Addresses Issues More Serious Than Style

The fifth book in Melody Carlson’s teen fiction On the Runway series, Glamour addresses issues more serious than this season’s styles. And they’re situations to which almost any girl can relate.

Amish Fiction: Bonnet Books Rise in Popularity

For fourteen years the Amish fiction subcategory has dominated the Christian fiction market. And today, nearly every Christian publishing house releases Amish fiction titles.

The Chasm

Randy Alcorn weaves a supernatural interplay of wills and motives, lusts and longings, love and sacrifice. It’s a potent mix that leaves every reader wondering: Is there more to all this than I’ve ever dared hope?

Universalism as a Lure? The Emerging Case of Rob Bell

“It is unspeakably sad when those called to be ministers of the Word distort the gospel and deceive the people of God with false doctrine.” Why would Justin Taylor feel the need to issue such a warning about a book by popular pastor Rob Bell?

Billerbeck Returns with A Billion Reasons Why

Kristin Billerbeck returns to the chick lit scene with her first true romance for adults in over four years. And while readers won’t find a literal billion reasons why they’ll love the book, they are sure to find quite a few.

Journey to Riverbend is a Winner of a Western

It’s not often one comes across a novel that appeals to both sexes. In Journey to Riverbend, there’s some romance to keep women happy and enough tough-guy adventure for the manliest of men.

Lee Stanley Lives Out His Faith in The Land of Make-Believe

In his memoir, Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Lee Stanley shares his inspiring quest to create and produce documentaries starring, and helping, juvenile delinquents. Battling the courts and prison officials, he persistently worked the system until the first project was approved and produced.

Randy Alcorn’s The Chasm is Deep Reading

What is the best way to describe Randy Alcorn’s The Chasm? A modern man’s pre-conversion Pilgrim’s Progress, maybe? It is allegorical, fantastical, and emotionally rich. Light reading, it’s not; this is a book that makes you think.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 23, 2011 |
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Nicole Baart Concludes Her Series Beneath the Night Tree

In Beneath the Night Tree, Nicole Baart concludes the story she began with After the Leaves Fall, and continued with Summer Snow. Readers who have been following the journey of Julia DeSmit and her grandmother Nellie will be thrilled to see the conclusion finally unfold.

Imitation of Christ: New Reading of an Old Book

Thomas a’ Kempis’s Imitation of Christ is an old book that deserves renewed attention, and William C. Creasy’s A New Reading provides both scholarly and practical readers a fresh look at one of Christianity’s classics.

  • Dr. Stanley J. Ward |
  • February 18, 2011 |
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Flight of the Outcasts a Familiar Story

Narnia fans, rejoice! There’s a new storyteller in town and the tales are almost familiar. British teen siblings Peter and Julia run away from home and fall into another world. (Sound familiar?) They arrive just in time to see a group of people forcibly loaded onto a ship and carried off against their will. Naturally, it’s up to Peter and Julia to save them.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 16, 2011 |
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