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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.

Think Theologically: A Review of Alister McGrath's The Passionate Intellect

McGrath's latest book provides an excellent introduction for believers who want to know more about how theology both impacts Christian living and provides responses to contemporary objections against Christianity.

Unshaken: Worshipping in the Ruins of Haiti's Earthquake

Dan Woolley woke up after Haiti's massive earthquake to find himself trapped under six stories of rubble. More than two days later, he was still trapped and close to death. That's when God spoke to him.

  • Dan Woolley with Jennifer Schuchmann |
  • January 11, 2011 |
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Red Ink Conveys a Realistic Image of the Persecuted Church

Red Ink is a treatise on the persecuted church, the reality of human trafficking and the power of prayer. It is the third book in the Extreme Devotion series, described as "missional fiction" since each book follows a character standing up for his or her faith in a country opposed or closed to the gospel.

iF@ith: Connecting with God in the 21st Century

Bloggers, tweeters, texters, emailers, and all of you who are accustomed to moving quickly, thinking quickly, and acting quickly while also tweeting and messaging multiple times in a day: Dan Darling's message is for you. Read an excerpt from iF@ith.

Ignorance of C.S. Lewis…And More

There has been much talk about spiritual illiteracy, usually in relation to its startling absence among people of faith. Less discussed are the repercussions of spiritual illiteracy in the secular world, and particularly the cultural elite in positions of influence.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • December 30, 2010 |
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Tate Paints Realistically in Faithful

In Faithful, Kim Cash Tate communicates the subtleties of married sexuality with taste and insight. Kudos to Thomas Nelson Publishers for allowing her to paint realistic, yet not graphic, personal situations between couples.

The Truth of the Matter Continues Race for Survival

Andrew Klavan continues the adventures of young Charlie West, the all-American teen who wants to attend the Air Force Academy, just fell in love, and knows a little karate. But the idyllic high school life Charlie knew has disappeared, and he's running a dangerous race for survival.

The Shelter of God's Promises

In The Shelter of God's Promises, Sheila Walsh searches Scripture for what God has promised us, what God's promises mean, and how encounters with Christ are the eternal fulfillment of His unrelenting commitment to us.

Lakin Hooks Readers with Someone to Blame

In her debut novel, Someone to Blame, C.S. Lakin sets her scenes with exquisite timing. She knows just how much to reveal in any given snapshot in order to heighten the tension and advance the story just enough to keep the reader hooked.

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