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Naomi and Her Daughters

Walter Wangerin Jr. pens the historically accurate biblical tale of Naomi and Ruth. Contemporary echoes of love, deceit, war, and political instability resonate with readers today, while rich descriptions and gritty realism cast new light on the ancient narrative. Read an excerpt.

  • Walter Wangerin Jr. |
  • September 02, 2010 |
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Your Secret Name

We all have one–a Secret Name that is. The Bible tells us so. Yet few of us know ours. Ignorantly, we’re stuck, caught up in the “Name Game,” searching for our true identity. Author Kary Oberbrunner takes you deep, past clichés to discover your Secret Name and the vision God has for your life. Read more in an excerpt.

The Malacca Conspiracy

In The Malacca Conspiracy, a dastardly plot is hatched in the Malaysian seaport of Malacca to attack civilian oil tankers, assassinate the Indonesian president, and use fat windfall profits to finance a nuclear attack against American cities. Read more in an excerpt.

The Land Between

The Land Between provides fresh biblical insight for people traveling through undesired transitions—foreclosure, unemployment, parents in declining health, post-graduate uncertainty, business failure—who are looking for hope, guidance, and encouragement. Read an excerpt.

Moms' Ultimate Guide to the Tween Girl World

In Moms' Ultimate Guide to the Tween Girl World, Nancy Rue gives mothers practical advice and spiritual inspiration that will enable them to see their mini-women into adolescence strong, confident, authentic, and God-centered—even in a morally challenged society. Read an excerpt.

Bittersweet

In Bittersweet, Shauna Niequist draws from her own experiences in a recent season of pain and chaos. As she explores the bits of wisdom and growth we earn the hard way—through change, loss, and transition—she offers her own reflections on what brought her hope along the way.

Seeds of Summer

A former rodeo queen abandons her dreams in order to care for her deceased father's ranch and her two half-siblings, only to realize with the help of a young new pastor that God can turn even the most dire circumstances into seeds of hope. Read an excerpt from Seeds of Summer.

Edge of Apocalypse

In Edge of Apocalypse, Joshua Jordan's new weapons defense system will secure America against an array of new enemies. As world events begin setting the stage for the "end of days" foretold in Revelation, Jordan must weigh the personal price he must pay to save the nation he loves.

  • Tim LaHaye & Craig Parshall |
  • May 19, 2010 |
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The Christian Atheist

The Christian Atheist, by recovering Christian Atheist Craig Groeschel, is an honest, hard-hitting and eye-opening look into the ways people believe in God but live as if he doesn't exist. Groeschel's own journey will immerse you and challenge you into a deeper, Christ-filled life. Read an excerpt.

Found Art

Navigating a relationship with God in the midst of chaos, confusion, and disappointment can be disorienting. But what if, like a found artist, God were busy creating something enduring from the scraps and the cast-offs? What if art is seen, not in spite of, but because of, the raw materials? Read more from an excerpt of Found Art.

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.

Blood Ransom

Deep in the heart of Africa, two American lives are about to change forever. Natalie Sinclair and Dr. Chad Talcott want to make a difference in underdeveloped African villages … but they didn’t count on risking their lives in the process. Read more in an excerpt from Lisa Harris' Blood Ransom.

Subverting Leisure

Is the insidious Caesar of Leisure blinding our vision so that we no longer see the danger in spending exorbitant amounts of money and time on nonstop entertainment? Who is king of our time?

Coins for the Kingdom: The Mystery of the Cross

From the beginning, Christ's followers celebrated the cross as a symbol of their faith. It was honored in church worship, carved into rough tombstones, pressed onto loaves of bread and set out as a sign of sanctuary. The cross represented what Christians believed, who they hoped for and how they approached life. Here, author Judith Couchman explores early images of the cross, what they meant to the early church, and what they tell about the meaning of the Savior’s sacrifice.

Tea with Hezbollah

Best-selling author Dekker and Middle East expert Medearis sat down with Islamic leaders and terrorists to talk about fundamental Christian questions, including "Who is my neighbor?" and "Is it really possible to love my enemy?" They were surprised by the answers...

  • Ted Dekker and Carl Medearis |
  • February 18, 2010 |
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How to Survive the Storms of Pastoral Ministry

Satan knows the importance of destroying the integrity and well-being of spiritual leaders in order to decimate the church of Jesus Christ. Pastors and church leaders need to learn about how to prepare for and protect themselves so they can lead effectively and without "losing altitude".

  • Daniel Henderson |
  • January 12, 2010 |
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The Power of Words and the Wonder of God

The tongue is a powerful force---for good or evil. So how might our churches, homes, and culture change if we used words with Christian intentionality and eloquence?

Understanding English Bible Translation

It remains a reality that the proponents of dynamic equivalence and essentially literal translations are bound to clash. Here, Ryken lays the groundwork for why he believes Christian translators should stick with an essentially literal approach.

The Great Christmas Bowl

Marianne Wallace is focused on two things this Christmas: planning the greatest holiday ever and her youngest son's football game. But when she's asked to sub for the school mascot in a fish costume, organize the annual church tea, and cope with children who can't come home, will it take a miracle to restore her cheer?

  • Susan May Warren |
  • December 10, 2009 |
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Why the Nativity?

In Why the Nativity? 25 Compelling Reasons We Celebrate the Birth of Jesus, author David Jeremiah addresses the top 25 questions frequently asked about the birth of Jesus. Here, he answers "Why the Prophecies?" and "Why Did God Become Man?"

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