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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.

Q&A With "Remember to Forget" Author Deborah Raney

In this interview, author Deborah Raney discusses the symbolism in "Remember to Forget" (Clayburn Novels Series #1 from Howard Books), plans for the rest of the titles in this series and who has influenced her the most in her writing.

Staub's "Culturally Savvy Christian" a Standout Effort

In "The Culturally Savvy Christian," Dick Staub defines the culturally savvy Christian as one who is "serious about faith, savvy about faith and culture, and skilled in relating the two." By structuring his book around this definition, Staub manages to make his book stand out from similar attempts.

Opening Day for America

There is, of course, no greater sport than baseball—a fact that is one of those indisputable laws of the universe. It is incumbent upon those who disagree to determine where and why they are lacking—to correct their own, shall we say, error.

Fractured Father-Son Relationship the Focus in "High Places"

"In High Places" is a wonderful work of literary merit that probes the fractured relationship between father and son after their mother shockingly takes her life while they're away on a climbing trip in West Virginia.

A Book for All Ages: "William Henry Is a Fine Name"

"William Henry Is a Fine Name" is one of those rare books that transcends age. Though Cathy Gohlke wrote it as youth fiction, her publisher viewed it as a coming-of-age story strong enough to be enjoyed by both adults and youth.

Spanish Civil War Highlighted in "Valley of Betrayal"

In "A Valley of Betrayal," award-winning author Tricia Goyer moves from her familiar World War II novels to a lesser-known war: the Spanish Civil War. With her meticulous research and her writing talent, she brings life to a Spain most people don't know about.

Q&A With "Abraham's Well" Author Sharon Ewell Foster

In this interview, author Sharon Ewell Foster discusses her inspiration and research for "Abraham's Well," her love of both contemporary and historical fiction and her advice for budding writers.

"Divine Nobodies" Details Author's Spiritual Journey

In the world of Christianity, Jim Palmer had it all - pastor of his own church, high profile, big title - until circumstances caused it to all slip through his hands sand. Through a process of pain, loss, and revelation, a book called "Divine Nobodies" was born.

Q&A With "Autumn Blue" Author Karen Harter

In this interview, Karen Harter discusses what inspired her newest novel, "Autumn Blue," what it takes to be a fiction writer and some of the challenges she faces as an author.

"Pagan's Nightmare" a Funny, Exaggerated Look at the Times

Ray Blackston's "A Pagan's Nightmare" is a funny, exaggerated look of our own times. Written as a story within a story, the smaller story deals with two men fighting against a juggernaut religious system while a larger story features a loopy writer writing to make sense of his life.

Q&A With "Prints Charming" Author Rebeca Seitz

Wife, mother, scrapbooker, p.r. firm owner and writer Rebeca Seitz is the author of "Prints Charming" (West Bow). In this interview, Rebeca talks about how she created the book's concept, writing, her love for scrapbooking and much more.

Final "Guardian King" Book Rich in Detail, Depth

"Return of the Guardian King" is the final book in the "Legend of the Guardian King" series. Multiple Christy Award winner Karen Hancock has created a story world rich in detail and depth.

Believer's Baptism Draws Profs' Wide-Ranging Defense

“Believer’s Baptism” is edited by Thomas R. Schreiner and Shawn D. Wright, both professors at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. The book is the second volume in Broadman & Holman’s NAC Studies in Bible & Theology and includes essays from theologians with various Southern Baptist ties.

God Is Not Through With Me Yet

With personal stories and solid biblical teaching, author Thelma Wells guides readers to a deeper faith and an exuberant desire to follow the Lord - even through life's turbulent storms - in "God Isn't Through With Me Yet."

"Darkly" Explores How Christians Can Interpret Film

In "Through a Screen Darkly," film critic Jeffrey Overstreet brings us his insights into how a Christian can interact with the world without either succumbing to the worldliness that kills faith or withdrawing from the world and pretending it doesn't exist.

Finding God in the Story of Amazing Grace

"Finding God in the Story of Amazing Grace" explores the true story of how God's amazing grace ended the British slave trade. Through the lives of William Wilberforce and John Newton, God used even the smallest of events and weakest of individuals to implement His grander plan in this world.

  • Kurt Bruner & Jim Ware |
  • February 20, 2007 |
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"Arms of Deliverance" Fourth in World War II Series

"Arms of Deliverance" is the fourth World War II novel written by Tricia Goyer. Infused with the hope of new beginnings, believable characters, along with a plot that moves forward, "Deliverance" is a keeper on my shelf.

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