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Life Vignettes Create Amy Grant’s Mosaic

Mosaic, written by Amy Grant, is just that—vignettes from a life lived, for the most part, in the spotlight's glare. For anyone looking for a timeline or tell-all biography, this book will disappoint. Instead, this memoir intertwines her songs and the stories behind them.

Petticoat Ranch

Sophie Edwards is doing just fine, until a strange-yet oddly familiar-man rides into her life, insisting on rescuing her and her four daughters. Can she find a way to love a headstrong mountain man? Read more in an excerpt from Mary Connealy’s Petticoat Ranch.

Prepare for a Thrill-Ride with Violet Dawn

When you pick up a novel and the main character discovers a body in her hot tub by page four, chances are you're probably going to read on. But when you know the author is Brandilyn Collins, you'll want to hunker down and prepare for the thrill-ride.

  • C. J. Darlington |
  • November 14, 2007 |
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Mad About Us

Would you like a deeper experience of intimacy in your marriage? Authors Gary and Carrie Oliver show you how to move through conflict and anger to intimacy, a safe place to be both real and vulnerable, a place to discover more about yourself and your spouse. Read an excerpt from chapter one of Mad About Us.

  • Gary J. Oliver, Ph.D. & Carrie Oliver, M.A. |
  • November 13, 2007 |
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Dinesh D’Souza on What’s So Great About Christianity?

Given the rise of “militant atheism” in America, Albert Mohler recently interviewed author and columnist Dinesh D’Souza about his new book, What’s So Great About Christianity?

Fuse Unlike Other End-Times Novels

Fuse of Armageddon, by co-authors Sigmund Brouwer and Hank Hanegraaff, is unlike any end-times novel you've read. It is fast-paced, international political suspense shaped by the theology of radio's “The Bible Answer Man.”

Midnight Clear's Simple Story Disappoints

Midnight Clear is a simple story with simple characters—and that’s not always a bad thing. Sometimes fiction like this work. But those who expect prose above the fifth-grade level, as well as a little depth, are bound to be disappointed.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 06, 2007 |
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Lisa Tawn Bergren: How a Writing Break Helped Her Career

Accomplished author Lisa Tawn Bergren has worked in various facets of Christian publishing, but the most significant turn in her career (thus far) occurred when she obeyed God’s instruction to temporarily give it up.

  • Stacy Hawkins Adams |
  • November 03, 2007 |
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A Promise to Remember

A one-time pharmacist, new author Kathryn Cushman has now realized her dream to write with her very first novel, A Promise to Remember. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

  • Kathryn Cushman |
  • November 01, 2007 |
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Questions of Loss and Grief Written in Sky Blue

When someone you love is taken away, can you come back from that? How on earth do you truly heal and overcome your grief? These are only a few of the questions the protagonist must deal with in Travis Thrasher's Sky Blue.

Authors Hold a Mirror up to a World of the unChristian

Christians are supposed to represent Christ to the world. How are we doing? "According to the latest report card," say the authors of unChristian, "something has gone terribly wrong..."

Fear No Evil: Shining God’s Light on the Forces of Darkness

In Fear No Evil? Shining God’s Light on the Forces of Darkness, Steve Russo provides you with the biblical tools necessary to battle Satan's evil forces, and he points you to the true Source of power. Read an excerpt.

Following Jane Austen, Finding Grace

Jane Austen taught me something about the value of an ordinary life—things I’m not sure I could understand before I was stripped of being able to do even the ordinary.

Mosaic: Pieces of My Life So Far

In her first autobiographical book, Mosaic: Pieces of My Life So Far, Amy Grant bares her heart and soul, giving us an intimate glimpse into her everyday life and the lessons she’s learning along the way. Read an excerpt from chapter six.

Author Calls Christian Leaders to View Pain as Opportunity for Joy

Few people pursue joy in the midst of suffering, yet author Ajith Fernando’s new book asserts that Christian leaders and servants who want to know God more deeply must do just that.

  • Stacy Hawkins Adams |
  • October 20, 2007 |
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More Romance, Less Suspense in Bayou Justice

I'd heartily recommend Bayou Justice to anyone who enjoys romance, lighter suspense tales, or Christian mysteries. You’re sure to be entertained, meet some new Louisiana personalities and be charmed by the locale of the bayou.

  • Brett McLaughlin |
  • October 18, 2007 |
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Parenting Is Not About Kids, It's About Parents

In ScreamFree Parenting, author and marriage and family therapist Hal Edward Runkel shows you how to parent less out of your deepest fears and more out of the highest principles based on scriptural truths. Read an excerpt from Chapter One.

  • Hal Edward Runkel |
  • October 16, 2007 |
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Finding Home: Jim Daly on His Imperfect Path to Faith and Family

As he says in his new book, Finding Home: An Imperfect Path to Faith and Family, when people hear what Jim Daly’s childhood was like they tell him he “should be insane—or in jail.” Instead, he is now president of Focus on the Family.

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