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Corrective Yet Gentle Father's World Compels

Our Father’s World could easily serve as a manual for anyone interested in loving that which God loves and blessing that which he created. It’s corrective yet gentle, disturbing yet encouraging. And it’s very compelling reading.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 19, 2008 |
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Two Wars

In Two Wars, Army Ranger Nate Self relates the harrowing story of the Robert's Ridge Rescue in Afghanistan and of his subsequent struggles with post-traumatic stress. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Annual Summer Reading List

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 16, 2008 |
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Choung's True Story Not Told Well

Clearly, James Choung has something important to say in True Story. The problem is that he doesn’t say it well. A divisional director of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, he’s an excellent scholar and probably a great speaker as well. His text is littered with useful insights and revelations, but the set-up just doesn’t work.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 12, 2008 |
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Things That Cannot Be Shaken

How do we solidify our thinking so that our faith will not waver? By holding fast to the “things that cannot be shaken” (Heb. 12:27).

  • K. Scott Oliphint and Rod Mays |
  • June 10, 2008 |
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Quiet Strength

In his inspiring and reflective memoir, Quiet Strength, Coach Tony Dungy tells the story of a life lived for God and family—and challenges us all to redefine our ideas of what it means to succeed.

  • Tony Dungy with Nathan Whitaker |
  • June 07, 2008 |
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Fight is the manual for recognizing the deceptions about doing true spiritual battle, realizing the roles men play at the front lines, and rescuing the captives from the enemy’s stronghold.

Because He Loves Me

In Because He Loves Me, well-known biblical counselor Elyse Fitzpatrick points you to your true identity as God's beloved child and teaches you how to become who you already are, without legalism or lawlessness.

First-Time Novelist’s Russell Fink a Huge Success

My Name Is Russell Fink is a great read and a huge success, especially for a first-time novelist. Michael Snyder is hilarious and has quite the knack for turning his phrases.

Summer Reading: Get Revived with a Good Book

Many of us are starting to think about what we should pick up for our summer reading. Newspapers, magazines, and schools are all putting out recommended reading lists—and so is BreakPoint.

Dear to Me

Melinda Andrews loves two things deeply: her Amish friend Gabe Swartz and the wild animals she helps to heal. When an Englishman tells Melinda she has a special gift with "critters," she dreams of becoming a vet. Could this be God's plan for her life? Read more from Wanda Brunstetter’s Dear to Me.

  • Wanda E. Brunstetter |
  • May 27, 2008 |
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What God Does When Men Lead

In What God Does When Men Lead, author Bill Peel helps men identify their unique God-given talents, by encouraging them to put aside doubts and insecurity, boldly embrace leadership gifts and use them to transform their family life, workplace and church. Read an excerpt.

Young, Restless, Reformed

What makes today’s young Calvinists tick? In Young, Restless, Reformed, Collin Hansen investigates the Reformed resurgence among young evangelicals, talking to the leading pastors and theologians of this growing movement. Read an excerpt from Chapter One: Born Again Again.

A Sister’s Test

Ruth is about to realize her greatest dream: to marry and raise a family with Martin Gingerich. But in one horrific moment, her world is shattered. Can Ruth rise above misfortune with faith and heart intact? Read more from A Sister’s Test.

Ted Dekker: Running the Jungle, Ruling the Shelves

Not many Christian fiction writers can say the jungle provided inspiration for their craft. In that sense, best-selling author Ted Dekker has cornered the market as he is the son of missionaries who raised him in Indonesia.

Return to Narnia: Get Ready for Prince Caspian

Whether you are a parent introducing your kids to Narnia for the first time, or looking for an excuse to recapture the magical wonder of your own childhood, it is a good time to dust off a copy of Prince Caspian.

Prayers for People Under Pressure

In Prayers for People under Pressure, author Jonathan Aitken offers a collection of prayers and reflections for your spiritual journey and communication with God, especially in times of personal stress. Read an excerpt from Chapter One: Journey into Prayer.


Kenny Luck’s Risk is for men who are ready to go to the next level in their faith–and ready to say goodbye to playing it safe when it comes to radically trusting their Savior. Read an excerpt from Chapter One: Inner Turbulence.

Stay Out of 'The Shack'

If you have not heard about The Shack, there is a good chance you will soon. A novel self-published about a year ago by William P. Young, the book has gained quite a following in Christian circles. It is still among the top ten sellers at And when it receives a glowing endorsement from a scholar whom I respect, like Eugene Peterson, it is not a phenomenon that discerning Christians can ignore.

When Your Family's Lost a Loved One

In When Your Family’s Lost a Loved One, David and Nancy Guthrie explore the family dynamics involved when a loved one dies and debunk some myths about family grief. Read an excerpt from chapter one: “How Are You?”

  • David and Nancy Guthrie |
  • May 08, 2008 |
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