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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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Never Read a Bible Verse

If there was one bit of wisdom that would serve you well the rest of your life, this is the single most important skill I've ever learned as a Christian...

Abuse, Trafficking Tackled in Deadly Ties

Deadly Ties tackles two heavy subjects. The first few chapters introduce readers to characters who have suffered emotional and physical abuse. Even more difficult to swallow is the all-too-real depiction of human trafficking.

Bake Until Golden is a Sweet End to a Tasty Series

The final entry in the "Potluck Catering Club" series reads like… well, like the final entry in a series. If you've been following the adventures of the cooking companions this should wrap it up with a neat little bow on top. If this is your introduction to the series, it's a bit like coming in at the middle of the movie.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 09, 2011 |
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One Thousand Gifts

Drawing heartbreaking beauty out of the simplest of details, Ann Voskamp invites you into her grace-bathed life of farming, parenting, and writing and deeper still into your own life. In One Thousand Gifts, you will discover a way of seeing that opens your eyes to ordinary amazing grace.

Reagan at 100: "The Crisis We Face is Spiritual"

My father's faith was inseparable from his political beliefs. He hated Communism not only because it oppressed people economically and politically, but also oppressed them spiritually.

Young Hollywood Meets Cute in Stars Collide

Stars Collide is an idealistic story of life in Hollywood for a small group of believers. Almost everything wraps up in a neat, tidy bow of happily-ever-after, but that is Janice Thompson's trademark. Some readers are going to love it, but others will want more than lighthearted and cute.

The Tale of the Third Follower: Excerpt from Lazarus Awakening

"I need to talk," Lisa whispered in my ear one day after women's Bible study. A committed Christian with a deep passion for the Lord, my friend had tears pooling in her dark eyes as we found a quiet corner where we could talk.

Haiti Earthquake Survivor Tells of God's Rescue in Unshaken

Yes, Unshaken: Rising from the Ruins of Haiti's Hotel Montana tells a fascinating, true survival story. But Dan Woolley shared his experience so readers will discover or be reminded that God can not only rescue physically, but he also wants to renew you spiritually.

The Rite: A Window into the World of a Real-Life Exorcist

When journalist Matt Baglio heard about an exorcism course being offered at a Vatican-affiliated University in Rome, little did he know that his experience—and that of a visiting American priest's—would become his very first book, The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exorcist.

Happy 400th Birthday, KJV!

The King James Version of the Holy Bible wasn't even the first English translation. What then, makes it so special and unique?

Compassion Is the Key, Says Former Planned Parenthood Leader

Just a few years ago, Abby Johnson guided women to their cars before and after abortions. These days she is guiding them toward life.

11 Tips for Studying the Bible at the Dinner Table

Some months ago we started a new tradition at the Driscoll dining table that has been a blessing...

  • Pastor Mark Driscoll |
  • January 18, 2011 |
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Gutteridge's Possession is No Lightweight Whodunit

For the most part Possession will appeal to those who like action-filled suspense novels. But Rene Gutteridge ensures that this is no lightweight whodunit. The culprit, in fact, is revealed rather early, but the conclusion is never assured.

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