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Godawa’s Noah Primeval Captivates

If one is willing to set aside literal biblical interpretation, Noah Primeval is as captivating as any high fantasy tale.

Thunder King Takes Readers to the Brink

The third Bell Mountain series installment is set in a medieval world that arose on the ashes of a sophisticated civilization.

Merchant’s Daughter More Than a Fairy Tale

Melanie Dickerson transforms the classic story of “Beauty and the Beast” into a thought-provoking tale for young readers.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • December 12, 2011 |
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A Novel Every Christian Should Read

One author personalizes the scourge of human trafficking in a way that can only provoke you to action.

Shadow in Serenity

Carny Sullivan is suspicious about suave, handsome Logan Brisco and is determined to expose his plans for her quiet Texas town.

  • Terri Blackstock |
  • December 07, 2011 |
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Men, Women & the Public Reading of Scripture

Here's why I believe the Lord would have the public reading of Scripture in worship services be led by men.

A Believable Tale in Remembering Christmas

Dan Walsh’s simple style allows events to unfold without forcing characters into far-fetched situations or over-the-top emotions.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • December 05, 2011 |
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The Christmas Note Tugs on Heartstrings

The Christmas Note tugs on every heartstring. Even the most Scrooge-like reader will blink back tears on more than one occasion.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • November 30, 2011 |
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The Color of Rain

When two childhood friends die of cancer six weeks apart, the shared experience of loss brings their grieving spouses together.

  • Michael Spehn & Gina Spehn |
  • November 28, 2011 |
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Ruth: Sex, Race, and God's Sovereignty at Work

Ruth is a very old book. How is it relevant and helpful for life today? John Piper discusses seven reasons why this book of love, ethnicity, and God's sovereignty deserves our attention.

Mills Fans Should Warm to Attracted to Fire

Despite some flaws, for fans of DiAnn Mills’ warm, personable stories, this belongs alongside her other bestsellers in the genre.

Does the Bible Work for You?

I was talking with a friend about God using the circumstances in our lives to show us what’s in our hearts. For example, if the teenage boy’s drum playing next door angers you, it’s not that he’s making you angry. You actually have anger in your heart . . .

Terror, Trust Mix Well in The Baker’s Wife

Mouth-watering descriptions of gourmet bread and a tale of terror and trust mix well in Erin Healy’s The Baker’s Wife.

Fierce Beauty

Kim Meeder shares stories from her own life that challenge women to take a look at what they see in their own reflection.

Potential Not Realized in Ten Plagues

While Plagues works on the basis of suspense, it doesn’t dig into the meat of its characters enough to realize its potential.

The Day Satan Called

Despite biblical warnings about it, few Christians are ever prepared for the day spiritual warfare enters their lives...

Trees Gets Lost in Literary Genres

Not quite a ghost story, a romance, or a historical, A Sound Among the Trees suffers from a bit of an identity crisis.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • October 24, 2011 |
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25 Books Every Christian Should Read

HarperOne has recently published 25 Books Every Christian Should Read: A Guide to the Essential Spiritual Classics, selected by Renovare and a “specially appointed editorial board,” including Richard J. Foster, Dallas Willard and Phyllis Tickle.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • October 20, 2011 |
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Positive Thinking: Both Biblical and Scientific

Your thoughts—and their biochemical reactions—shape your emotional and physical health.

  • H. Norman Wright |
  • October 19, 2011 |
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How to Read a Book in an Hour

A friend said he'd have to drop out of seminary because he couldn't handle the reading load. That's when another friend came through with some fantastic advice...

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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