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O'Connor's Latest Award: An Implicit Plea to Christian Writers - Part 2

When the National Book Foundation chose Flannery O'Connor's "Selected Stories," they chose a writer whose "grotesque characters" were a reproach to a sinful society. They chose a writer and a Christian who vividly, and sometimes violently depicted man's true state, and who then pointed to his need for redemption.

Blood Ransom

Deep in the heart of Africa, two American lives are about to change forever. Natalie Sinclair and Dr. Chad Talcott want to make a difference in underdeveloped African villages … but they didn’t count on risking their lives in the process. Read more in an excerpt from Lisa Harris' Blood Ransom.

O'Connor's Latest Award: An Implicit Plea to Christian Writers - Part 1

Flannery O'Connor comprehended the consequences of mankind's Fall and saw the distance between what-is and what ought to be. She wrote fiction so that we could see it, too. And it can only come from Christian writers—if they're willing to step into a sometimes hostile world … that's in search of redemption.

Nicholas Sparks: The Spark Behind The Last Song

His stories of love and loss have connected with millions, but what inspires him? In a one-on-one interview, author Nicholas Sparks talks about faith, hope and love and how that figures into his latest novel-turned-movie, The Last Song.

  • Christa A. Banister |
  • March 31, 2010 |
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Words Speak Louder in Rene Gutteridge's Listen

On the surface, Marlo seems an ideal town in which to live. But a mystery is brewing, causing tensions to rise and pitting neighbor against neighbor, friend against friend. An unknown someone is quoting whole conversations between townspeople, posting them on a Web site for anyone to read.

Coins for the Kingdom: The Mystery of the Cross

From the beginning, Christ's followers celebrated the cross as a symbol of their faith. It was honored in church worship, carved into rough tombstones, pressed onto loaves of bread and set out as a sign of sanctuary. The cross represented what Christians believed, who they hoped for and how they approached life. Here, author Judith Couchman explores early images of the cross, what they meant to the early church, and what they tell about the meaning of the Savior’s sacrifice.

Counterfeit Gospels

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • March 17, 2010 |
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Lori Gottlieb Echoes Advice from Grandmas Everywhere in Marry Him

Today's American women are staying single longer than their mothers and many won't marry at all—and they have only themselves to blame. In a nutshell, that's the message of Lori Gottlieb's new book, Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough.

Austin Carty: Survivor of Life's High Points and Lows

You might remember him as being "the Christian guy" on 2006's Survivor: Panama. No? Then prepare to meet Austin Carty, natural-born storyteller and author of the new memoir, High Points and Lows: Life, Faith and Figuring It All Out.

Faith Takes Center Stage in Screen Play

Faith in Christ weaves a major theme throughout the story of Chris Coppernoll's Screen Play. Young actress Harper Gray has a strong but subtle faith. She does not fear obeying what she feels is the voice of the Spirit whispering to her.

Experiencing the Passion and Power of Easter

Read reformer Martin Luther's compelling meditation on the question of who really killed Christ.

Life and Times in Christian Music Recounted in Hear No Evil

Growing up fundamentalist in the early days of Contemporary Christian music can result in lasting ... I hate to say scars, but it certainly leaves a mark. Matthew Paul Turner bares his bumps and bruises for the world to see in Hear No Evil.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 25, 2010 |
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Conversation Leads to an Interesting Tea with Hezbollah

It started as a conversation at the Hard Rock Café in Denver. Author Ted Dekker posed the question: "Is it really possible to love your enemy?" Co-author Carl Medearis replied, "Why don't we find out?" And thus, Tea with Hezbollah was born.

Hijacking the Brain — How Pornography Works

Even as technology has brought new avenues for the transmission of pornography, modern knowledge also brings a new understanding of how pornography works in the male brain.

Humorous Becca by the Book Moves Briskly

Becca by the Book will have the reader laughing out loud—often! The hilarious dialogue keeps the pace brisk, as you anticipate the next humorous conversation. The author's use of first person opens up even more opportunities for laughs, as the reader enjoys access to Becca's unspoken thoughts and reactions.

Give Me a Book

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 29, 2010 |
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The Shack — The Missing Art of Evangelical Discernment

The Shack is now one of the best-selling paperback books of all time, and its readers are enthusiastic. But the theology is not incidental to the story.

Committed? Not By a Long Shot

Committed is likely to join Eat, Pray, Love atop the best-seller lists. In any event, the book reveals the vast redefinition of marriage taking place within Western cultures, right before our eyes.

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