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Annual Summer Reading List

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 15, 2007 |
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Breaking the Idols of Your Heart

In Breaking the Idols of Your Heart, authors Dan B. Allender and Tremper Longman III illuminate the teachings of Ecclesiastes: Meaning and purpose come only when God is truly the center of our life and the object of our hope. Read an excerpt from Chapter One.

  • Dan B. Allender & Tremper Longman III |
  • June 12, 2007 |
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Readers Kept Guessing ‘Til the End in Abomination

Abomination is a creepy read that will keep you guessing up until the end. It is a chilling tale of an elusive serial killer that taunts the authorities with his cryptic clues, derived from religious texts.

Living the Dream: Author Patti Callahan Henry

Between the Tides is Patti Henry’s first—and fourth--novel. First in that it marks her foray into writing, a journey which began seven years ago when this wife and mother taught herself to write. And fourth in that it is book number four in her list of books she’s seen published and on the shelves.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 01, 2007 |
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Innovative Demon Stands Out

Demon: A Memoir may very well be the most creative, mind-twisting novel of this summer. Tosca Lee does what few Christian authors have the guts to do: take a force of evil, a fallen angel, and craft a truly ingenious, clever, almost attractive character.

The Organic God

In The Organic God (Zondervan), author Margaret Feinberg shares glimpses of God’s character that point you to an authentic and naturally spiritual relationship with him. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

A Parable Comes to Life in The Prodigal

Michael English’s story truly is a modern-day rendition of parable of the prodigal son. He has walked a long journey but is finally home, and The Prodigal Comes Home invites you to learn and rejoice with him.

Forgiveness and Hope the Themes in Herman’s Danger

Kathy Herman’s Ever Present Danger is a story of guilt and forgiveness, of responsibility and hope. Ivy Griffith has done terrible things in her past and has paid a heavy price. She’s determined to put things right, but she can't do on her own.

Q&A with Yada Yada Prayer Group Author Neta Jackson

In this interview, Neta Jackson discusses how much of the popular Yada Yada series is based on her own life and how she transitioned from writing historical fiction for children to contemporary women’s fiction.

Bono Seeks to Effect Change with On the Move

On the Move is a transcription of Bono’s speech at the National Prayer Breakfast last year. The U2 lead singer raises an issue that many of us probably don’t think a whole lot about: how the laws of man and “higher” laws rarely are in line with each other.

The Secret: New Book, Old Lie

Even Christians are finding themselves suckered into wondering what's behind Rhonda Byrne's The Secret. Prison Fellowship president Mark Earley says this secret is nothing more than the world's first lie.

Unpredictable Plot Leads to Chilling Twist in The Cure

The Cure follows the award-winning River Rising by Athol Dickson. The plot is unpredictable and surprising, even though clues are sprinkled throughout the book. The final twist was chilling and, unfortunately, not unrealistic in today's world.

Q&A with The Candidate Author Robin Shope

Language Arts teacher by day and author by night, Robin Shope loves a good mystery. That’s why she writes what she loves to read. The Candidate, her latest murder-mystery novel, co-written with Susan Wales, is the third title in a three-part series.

Fantasy Turns Into Science Fiction in "Atherton"

The characters in "Atherton" live in an "elsewhere" world that could never exist in real life. Author Patrick Carman cleverly takes this preconceived notion readers bring into his story and turns it on its head - so that by the end, you'll realize you're not reading a fantasy at all, but science fiction.

Ten Great Christian Biographies

We read biographies because worthy portraits of our fellow human beings help us to make sense of the world. We are especially fascinated by the lives of those who have made a difference in the world – whose mark remains visible even now. It makes for compelling reading.

Readers May Feel Cheated With Dekker's "Skin"

Ted Dekker's "Skin" definitely held my attention, but the ending features a gigantic reversal that basically sweeps away all of the rules the preceding pages set up. So when you find out the truth, you may end up feeling a bit cheated.

Do Your Kids Read Enough?

Young people today would sooner watch a DVD than read a book. Librarians and secular educators have ample reason for concern, but Christians must look at this reality with an even greater concern.

  • R. Albert Mohler, Jr. |
  • April 18, 2007 |
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Q&A With "Ever Present Danger" Author Kathy Herman

Kathy Herman never set out to write suspense fiction. In fact, this one-time bookstore owner thought she would be writing books for children after she retired. But when she couldn't find the words and started getting depressed, her husband encouraged her to try writing something else - anything else.

Alcorn Crafts a Strong Detective Mystery in "Deception"

In his newest mystery, Randy Alcorn parades a host of likely suspects throughout, and the reader will literally be turning every single page until the end to get to the bottom of this engrossing and absorbing mystery.

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