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Road to Nowhere

In all the years Joe Esterhouse has served on the board of supervisors for Wardsville, North Carolina, never has a single piece of paper caused so much trouble. But after he reads it aloud at a meeting, this quiet little community will nearly be torn apart. Read more from Paul Robertson’s Road to Nowhere.

Beyond Left and Right Proves Timely, Refreshing

In light of the harsh rhetoric of the current political culture, and the at times strident all-or-nothing approach of Christians to politics, Black’s book is incredibly refreshing. Every Christian who wants to be involved in politics should read this book.

Crossroads: Navigating Your Calling and Career

In Crossroads, Colin Creel seeks to navigate the murky waters of career and calling by looking at the biblical view of calling, recognizing that each of us is here for a reason, and offering practical guidelines on seizing career opportunities. Read anexcerpt from chapter one.

The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment

Written by a leading evangelical blogger, The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment is an uplifting, scripturally grounded work that explains the need for discernment, its challenges, and the steps that will cultivate it. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Heavenly Places

Heavenly Places takes Treva Langston to her home town full of memories of heartache and uncertainty about what make her worthy. Despite herself, Treva rediscovers the gifts and the people she never took time to value. Read more in an excerpt from chapter one.

  • Kimberly Cash Tate |
  • March 25, 2008 |
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Torrent Falls

Copper is a young widow with a baby trying to make a go of a ramshackle farm. Her life seems just as dilapidated, as she struggles to come to terms with her shattered world. Read more from Jan Watson’s Torrent Falls.

Are You Fit for Life?

In Are You Fit for Life? Jack Graham examines Paul's letter to the Philippians with an emphasis on life and vitality, showing what it means to be fit in body, soul, and spirit. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

4 Ways to Get More Books for Your Bucks (And Vice Versa)

This year, I've resolved to get rid of something I own before buying something new. As an avid reader, I am pleased to find the Internet is the perfect place not only to unload my old books, but also find those on my “to-read” list for cheap...

The Reality of Salvation: He Rose!

The world today says, "It's impossible for Jesus to have risen from the dead." But Peter said, "It's impossible for Jesus not to have risen from the dead!"

  • Henry & Melvin Blackaby |
  • March 13, 2008 |
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Smart Girls Think Twice

Popular author and conference speaker Jan Silvious is back with savvy advice for women to help them deal with the important choices they face every day. Read an excerpt from chapter one of Smart Girls Think Twice.

On Sparrow Hill

Two time periods—Victorian Ireland and contemporary England—are again woven together in this sequel to The Oak Leaves. Read an excerpt from chapter one of Maureen Lang’s On Sparrow Hill.

Get Off Your Knees & Pray

Sheila Walsh has come a long way since the days when she shied away from prayer. Today, she says, "Every sound we utter, every thank you we say, every tear we cry in God's presence is prayer." Read more from her newest book, Get Off Your Knees & Pray.

A Bride So Fair

In Carol Cox’s A Bride So Fair, you'll meet Emily Ralston, a young woman searching for independence and adventure; Stephen Bridger, a handsome Columbian guard sparked by the flames of love; and Adam, a little boy caught in a web of intrigue and deceit. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Unique To Books: Cogency and Privacy

A Closer Look: Author Lisa McKay

More often than not, author Lisa McKay is on a plane bound for a new international destination in her role as Director of Training and Education Services for the Headington Institute. And somehow, while racking up the frequent flyer miles, she found the time to write her first book, My Hands Came Away Red.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 28, 2008 |
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Someday

John Baxter takes the next step in his relationship with Elaine, giving him a season to contemplate selling the Baxter house—and losing a lifetime of memories. They must now pull together like never before. Read more from Karen Kingsbury’s Someday.

  • Karen Kingsbury |
  • February 23, 2008 |
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Parents Remember Son's Life in I Would Die for You

Brent and Deanna Higgins’ son was willing to die for his faith. On a mission trip, the fifteen-year-old caught an illness that turned out to be bubonic plague. In I Would Die for You, B.J.’s parents lovingly remember his life and faith.

As Others See Us: A Fresh Look at Elmer Gantry

Christians especially have reason to regard Elmer Gantry with a jaundiced eye. The book’s fictional preacher has become an epithet often used by secularists against Christians, a kind of shorthand way of stereotyping us all.

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