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Majestic and Wild Lives Up to its Name

It’s helpful to have the “true stories of faith and adventure” subtitle on Majestic and Wild, a new outdoors-themed devotional book from Murray Pura.

Authenticity, Beauty of Second Chances Anchor House That Love Built

Unlike your average romantic comedy where virtually all connection to reality is glossed over in favor of frothy wish fulfillment, The House That Love Built simmers with authenticity.

Renegade A Tale of War

Stories about the war on terror in Afghanistan are a dime a dozen these days, but few can match the sleek, streamlined efficiency of Mel Odom’s latest, Renegade.

Pastors’ Wives An Honest, Authentic Journey

“What’s it like when the guy you married decides to marry God?” When Ruthie’s sister poses that question, she doesn’t have an answer.

Last Chance for Justice Highlights God's Plan

The fourth book in the Bloomfield series, Last Chance for Justice, captures small-town life through the eyes of a weary widow and her grown daughter.

High Hopes for Truth Stained Lies

When it’s time to settle down with a book, there’s nothing quite so satisfying as a good mystery novel.

You Can Live Without 10 Prayers

If you’re looking for a new devotional book about prayer that’s full of inspiring stories, you’ll probably enjoy 10 Prayers You Can’t Live Without by Rick Hamlin.

Letters from the Closet Poignant but Problematic

Their relationship began when she walked into his classroom and continued—mostly via letters—for years.

Duchess Poised to Conquer

In the third installment of the “Daughters of Fortune” series, Susan May Warren does a splendid job of transporting the reader into the extravagance of the 1930s.

Merlin’s Blade A New Twist on an Old Tale

After all these years, and seemingly infinite permutations of time, place, and character, it would seem that the Camelot legend might possibly have reached maximum build-out.

Relevance Gets Back Before Dark

Writing for teens can’t be easy work. With all that’s competing for their attention, kids today have developed a highly selective sieve of relevance.

Captives Underscores the Power of Personal Choices

Just like she has with her previous award-winning science fiction and fantasy titles, author Jill Williamson spins another extraordinary tale that’ll keep you engaged right ‘til the end.

Say Yes to the Dress With Picture Perfect

As anyone who’s planned a beautiful wedding already knows, those tiny details that make the big day special don’t happen by osmosis.

The Artist’s Daughter Paints a Picture of Grace

Alexandra Kuykendall first met her father in Barcelona. He was—to her eyes, at least—an old man. She was nine.

Chasing Francis A Pilgrimage To Truth

Chasing Francis is a compelling narrative with delightful characters and memorable images of the sights, sounds, and smells of Italy.

Calculated in Death Acceptable, Not Outstanding

Another day, another murder. That’s the life of a homicide cop, even in the near future time period Lieutenant Eve Dallas inhabits.

Craig Groeschel: God Sees More in You Than You Think!
Craig Groeschel: God Sees More in You Than You Think!

Noted pastor and author Craig Groeschel talks with Crosswalk.com's Shawn McEvoy about his latest book, Altar Ego, and how his life changed the day he started to see himself as God says he is.

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Altar Ego is available from christianbookstore.net.

Sneak is One Satisfying Sequel

Finally, dystopian fiction with a decidedly apocalyptic spin has gotten deliciously readable.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 27, 2013 |
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Cabot Spins a Good Yarn in Waiting For Spring

Like most people this time of year, the protagonist in Waiting For Spring, a new mother and recent widow Charlotte, is doing just that.

  • Christa Banister |
  • February 26, 2013 |
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The Language of Blessing You Are Blessed

As a child, I loved visiting my maternal grandmother on her farm in western Iowa. Grandma’s yard was bursting with vibrant flowers from early spring to late fall.

  • Joseph Cavanaugh III |
  • February 25, 2013 |
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