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Ancient Word, Changing Worlds

What lay behind the formation of the doctrine of Scripture in the modern age? Is the Bible truly authoritative and sufficient? Read this helpful overview.

  • Stephen J. Nichols and Eric T. Brandt |
  • May 01, 2009 |
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Andrew Klavan: Writing Fast-Paced Thrillers for a New Audience

An international best-selling and Edgar Award-winning author who’s been writing novels for adults for years, Andrew Klavan is now switching gears and writing young adult fiction. His debut YA thriller, The Last Thing I Remember, is just released.

John Calvin: Pilgrim and Pastor

Bookends of the Christian Life

Using a bookends motif, Bridges and Bevington show how justification and sanctification can help you overcome guilt and self-righteousness, develop the motivation to grow, be assured of God's love, and bring about lasting change in your life.

  • Jerry Bridges and Bob Bevington |
  • April 21, 2009 |
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You Are What You Read: Fiction, Fact, and Not Sure

I once thought pop culture could be useful in triggering conversations about ideas that matter. Now I'm skeptical that there's much of a bridge between superficial dialogue and serious fruitful discussion.

Let Go: Living Free of the Burden All Women Know

Burdened. The word alone makes shoulders sink. Yet God commands us to let go and live free. Sound impossible? Sheila Walsh thought so - until God proved himself again and again through his Word, his people, and her life.

Calvin Miller: Rethinking Prayer, Retelling Christ's Story

Calvin Miller had me at "hello." From the moment the interview began to the end, I thoroughly enjoyed hearing from the heart of this truly Renaissance man who explores how one people group talked with God in The Path to Celtic Prayer and artfully retells the story of Christ in The Singer.

The Forgotten Costs of Discipleship

Has the Church cheapened the grace of God? Theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer argued the case in 'The Cost of Discipleship'.

Fast-Lane Living Takes Dallas to San Quentin

Bill Dallas and George Barna have penned a book that is part memoir, part teaching tool. Lessons from San Quentin is straightforward and well written--and Bill Dallas’ story from life in the fast lane to prison to his current ministry unfolds in a way that is engaging.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 14, 2009 |
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Mindy Starns Clark: Good Housekeeping and Great Gothic Novels

Chatting with author Mindy Starns Clark is like having a conversation with a dear friend. The one who is full of interesting facts. The one who offers meaningful insights. And the one who makes you laugh—at life and at yourself.

Characters Are Believable in Just Another Girl

In Melody Carlson’s Just Another Girl, Aster is believable and very likeable. She thinks like a teenager, acts like a teenager and worries like the co-dependent caretaker she has become.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 04, 2009 |
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What Does the Bible Say About That?

Most kids don’t realize it, but God’s Word has a lot to say about the things they care about most—and this lively book leaves no doubt about it. Each page of this kid-friendly book illustrates what a particular topic has to do with the Bible, what the Bible says about it, and how the Bible’s teaching applies to kids their age.

Entertaining Missionary a Perfect, Fast-Paced Thriller

The Missionary is a novel that will entertain and provoke, and it’s perfect for book clubs and Sunday School discussions. If you’re looking for a well-written, fast-paced thriller with a strong Christian message, this is it.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 28, 2009 |
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The Red Letters

A groundbreaking book that allows Jesus to speak for himself, presenting his own topically arranged words from the Gospels—but without any human commentary—so that people may hear the foundational message of Christianity from him personally.

The Five Love Languages, Singles Edition

Understanding and applying the five love languages can enhance all your relationships. Whether it’s parents, coworkers, classmates, roommates, siblings, dating partners, or friends, this new edition provides tools to give and receive love most effectively.

Red, White and Blue

As Emily Benton waits to assume the office of U.S. president, her closest adviser, Kate Rosen, is plagued with doubts. When a scandal brings the president to the brink of disaster, Kate must weigh the bonds of loyalty and duty, ambition and submission, and find a path that leads to the greater glory of God.

Blood Lines Bound to Appeal to Male Audience

Odom writes like a man on a mission, in every sense of the word. He uses short, descriptive phrases and lots of technical detail—all of which propel the story forward and are bound to appeal to a large male audience.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 18, 2009 |
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Dodson Shows Potential in Daniel's Den

Brandt Dodson is a skilled writer, with a tremendous amount of potential. But he also could benefit from a stronger editor. As is, Daniel’s Den is like a loaf of bread taken out of the oven just a bit too soon. It’s edible, but more time would have made it really tasty.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 12, 2009 |
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As We Forgive: Rwanda 15 Years Later

“Can a country known for radical brutality become a country known for an even more radical forgiveness?” That’s the question Catherine Claire Larson asks in her new book, As We Forgive.

Nine Ways God Always Speaks

Whether Christian or not, many people have unusual experiences, conditions, or encounters that have left them wondering, Is God trying to tell me something? The truth is, God does communicate with us all the time. We just need to learn how to hear his voice.

  • Mark Herringshaw & Jennifer Schuchmann |
  • March 10, 2009 |
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