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Green is a story of love, betrayal, and sweeping reversals set within the apocalypse. It is the beginning: the truth behind a saga that has captured the imagination of more than a million readers with the Books of History Chronicles. Read an excerpt from Ted Dekker's latest.

Adopted For Life

Adopted for Life is a manifesto calling Christians to adopt children and to equip Christian families going through the process. Offers biblical foundations for adoption and identifies adoption as a Great Commission priority.

Parenting with Love and Logic

Parenting with Love and Logic shows readers how to raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world. Learn how to parent effectively while teaching children responsibility. Establish healthy control without anger, threats, nagging, or power struggles.

  • Foster Cline, MD and Jim Fay |
  • August 26, 2009 |
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A Perfect Mess

In this look at how God adores and transforms us, author Lisa Harper weaves poignant stories of her own personal foibles with a fresh take on selected Psalms to reveal a loving Father who remains our greatest champion even when we don’t feel anywhere close to holy.

Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

One of the twentieth century's greatest preachers, Martin Lloyd-Jones offers eight sermons on John 14:1-12 as encouragement to Christians and direction for unbelievers facing anxiety in uncertain times. Read an excerpt from Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled.

  • Martin Lloyd-Jones |
  • August 25, 2009 |
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The Incident of the Fish

How to Stay Christian in College

Recent studies warn that almost half of all college students in the U.S. will abandon their Christian faith during their undergraduate years. Is this preventable?

Is It Biblical to Be Funny?

In Religion Saves, Pastor Mark Driscoll set out to determine the most controversial questions among visitors to the Mars Hill Church website, and received hundreds of requests. Here he tackles one of the top nine questions: what should Christians find funny?

Counsel from the Cross

Modern psychotherapy and pharmacology aren't always successful for hurting people. To help churches minister to wounded souls, the authors of Counsel from the Cross present a method based on God's Word and powered by the Wonderful Counselor.

  • Elyse M. Fitzpatrick, Dennis E. Johnson |
  • August 18, 2009 |
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Richard Doster: Focused on Fiction, Civil Rights and The South

What would you do if faced with injustice—if it meant putting your life, and the lives of your loved ones, in danger? That’s the question author Richard Doster asks in his poignant, well-written historical novel, Crossing the Lines. Read our interview.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • August 13, 2009 |
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What happens when Jesus interrupts the average life? Interrupted encourages believers to ask if their lives bring integrity to the gospel. Follow the faith journey of author and fellow disciplemaker Jen Hatmaker and rediscover Jesus among the least of us.

The King’s Legacy: A Story of the Wisdom of the Ages

In a land and time far from our own, there was an enchanted kingdom ruled by a benevolent and much-loved king. He had led his people through times of uncertainty and turmoil into a golden age of prosperity and peace. Read an excerpt from Jim Stovall’s latest, The King’s Legacy.

Mark Steele: Man on a Christianish Mission

These days, many Christians embrace a lukewarm spirituality—something a little more Christianish. In his latest book, author Mark Steele examines his own journey of how he’s ditching the “ish” and learning what it means to live like Christ.

Michael Snyder: His Writing and His Return Policy

Michael Snyder understands good characters. In his debut novel, I Am Russell Fink, he introduced us to hypochondriac Russell Fink. In his second book, Return Policy, he serves up three new characters—equally distinct and comical, though more heart-wrenching.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • July 30, 2009 |
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Ghostwriter Delivers Ghosts and Gore with a Dash of God

Ghostwriter is Christian horror-with an emphasis on horror-and fills the void as a sanitized substitute for Stephen King. If you like your ghosts and gore with a dash of God, this book may be the chilled dish you've been craving.

Learning Evangelism From Jesus

Jesus’ conversations with a diversity of people during his life offers timeless wisdom in our approach to unbelievers.

Can Christians Use Birth Control?

Pastor Mark Driscoll set out to determine the most controversial questions among visitors to the Mars Hill Church website, and received hundreds of requests. Here he tackles one of the top nine questions: can Christians use birth control?

Crossing the Lines

An idealistic white news reporter's family is caught in the crossfire of black and white as he covers the explosive events of the Civil Rights movement in the racially charged South of the late 1950s. Read an excerpt from Richard Doster’s latest, Crossing the Lines.

Talking to the Dead

As a twenty-something grieving widow, Kate Davis is supposed to put on a brave face and get on with her life, right? Instead she's camped out on her living room floor and unable to sleep because her husband Kevin keeps talking to her. Read more from Bonnie Groves latest, Talking to the Dead.

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