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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.

Redemption Television: Chris Seay on The Gospel According to LOST

The author of The Gospel According to LOST stops by to explain why he relates to series hero Jack Shephard, how the show turned the Gilligan's Island survivor model on its ear, and how LOST can be used to engage others in conversations about faith, salvation, and redemption.

The Calling of Christian Writers

Tolkien, Lewis, Tolstoy and O'Connor... these were great writers because of their Christian faith, not in spite of it. Is God calling you to tell a story?

How to Survive the Storms of Pastoral Ministry

Satan knows the importance of destroying the integrity and well-being of spiritual leaders in order to decimate the church of Jesus Christ. Pastors and church leaders need to learn about how to prepare for and protect themselves so they can lead effectively and without "losing altitude".

  • Daniel Henderson |
  • January 12, 2010 |
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The Power of Words and the Wonder of God

The tongue is a powerful force---for good or evil. So how might our churches, homes, and culture change if we used words with Christian intentionality and eloquence?

Understanding English Bible Translation

It remains a reality that the proponents of dynamic equivalence and essentially literal translations are bound to clash. Here, Ryken lays the groundwork for why he believes Christian translators should stick with an essentially literal approach.

Mystery and Local Flavor Collide Under the Cajun Moon

Chloe Ledet, estranged daughter of famed Cajun chef Julian Ledet, rushes home to Louisiana after learning her father has been shot. Before she can make it to the hospital, she's been framed for murder and has discovered a family secret that may be the key to the threat on her father's life.

Fact and Fiction Prove Compelling in The Swiss Courier

As a lover of historical fiction, I consider a good book one that both entertains and educates. Authors must be able to weave history and story together in a compelling mixture of fact and fiction. Trisha Goyer and Mike Yorkey accomplish that difficult feat withThe Swiss Courier.

The Great Christmas Bowl

Marianne Wallace is focused on two things this Christmas: planning the greatest holiday ever and her youngest son's football game. But when she's asked to sub for the school mascot in a fish costume, organize the annual church tea, and cope with children who can't come home, will it take a miracle to restore her cheer?

  • Susan May Warren |
  • December 10, 2009 |
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Heaven, Healing and a Side of Bluegrass

When they first started writing Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven but Nobody Wants to Die, David Crowder and Mike Hogan wanted to fill a void. Yes, there was a gaping hole in each of their hearts since their friend had died. But this was a different type of void.

'Game Plan for Life': Joe Gibbs’ Playbook for Success

What many fans may not realize is that my friend Joe Gibbs’s ultimate goal has never been victories on the football field or the race track. He shares more in his book, Game Plan for Life.

Why the Nativity?

In Why the Nativity? 25 Compelling Reasons We Celebrate the Birth of Jesus, author David Jeremiah addresses the top 25 questions frequently asked about the birth of Jesus. Here, he answers "Why the Prophecies?" and "Why Did God Become Man?"

Angel Time Explores Different End of the Otherworld

Readers of Anne Rice's books expect to explore the otherworld. Angel Time, Rice's latest release, fulfills that expectation yet again—but this time with a twist. The only bloodlust found here resides in the human protagonist, professional hitman Toby O'Dare, a.ka. Lucky the Fox.

Our Worship and Our Fears

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • November 23, 2009 |
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The Lure of the Vampire: An Interview with Kimberly Powers

The eternal attraction to Edward Cullen begs the question - just what is it about these books that captivates the hearts of so many girls? Author Kimberly Powers talks about the longing inside every woman.

Scouting the Divine Offers a Fresh Perspective on Familiar Scriptures

Margaret Feinberg's Scouting the Divine bridges the gap between modern believers and ancient scripture passages by drawing readers into the lives of a modern beekeeper, shepherdess, vintner, and farmer. Read some of Margaret's favorite spiritual "aha!" moments in our interview...

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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