Kristin Armstrong’s latest book, Work in Progress, describes the transformational journey that she underwent when God began to challenge her notions of beauty, after which He led her along a path of rediscovery about what it means to truly be a woman of God.
- May 28, 2009 |
From the outside looking in, an intelligent observer can see the signs -- and even the causes -- of a once-great civilization in decline.
- May 27, 2009 |
When I began thinking about this issue, I thought an easy answer would emerge—a single verse or teaching, a silver bullet to solve the problem once and for all. I was pleased to discover that the Bible goes further than I had expected to address many of the issues we face regarding immigration.
- May 26, 2009 |
Looking for some light-hearted chick lit—from a guy’s perspective? Look no further than Ray Blackston’s Last Mango in Texas, a college-age romp that will take you from the plains of Texas to the jungles of Africa.
- May 21, 2009 |
According to Stephen Miller, he’s merely a “translator.” And in his latest book, The Jesus of the Bible, he once again takes the Bible from another popular language (“Christianese”) and translates it into everyday English. The kind that non-Christians speak.
- May 20, 2009 |
The “emotional” companion to John Piper’s This Momentary Marriage, Velvet Steel shares a taste of John’s tender affections for his wife, Noël, in a series of poems that will fuel readers' affections for their spouses and for God.
- May 19, 2009 |
Though he was one of western civilization’s most influential men, John Calvin considered himself a pilgrim and pastor first. This book introduces his essential life and thought to modern readers upon the five-hundredth anniversary of his birth.
- May 14, 2009 |
Nonna Bannister's English isn’t perfect and her prose is straightforward. However, it's surprisingly well-written for the young girl that she was at that time she wrote these gripping stories—ones that you cannot help but turn page after page.
- May 12, 2009 |
The abortion controversy is not a debate between those who are pro-choice and those who are anti-choice. It’s about one question that trumps all others.
- May 09, 2009 |
Sometimes we can learn as much about a topic through the arts—movies or theater or a good novel—as we can by reading a study or a newspaper. Mary DeMuth's New novel is a good example.
Although the plot is tightly constructed and moves rapidly, with a “Da Vinci Code” style, Craig Parshall’s characters in The Rose Conspiracy are thinly-drawn stereotypes, and readers will strive to identify with them.