8. Been There, Seen That in Courageous
Despite its failings, if a book designed to hit every emotional button helps men become better fathers then it’s worth reading through a little déjà vu.
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9. Forgiveness Found in The Deepest Waters
In The Deepest Waters, Dan Walsh requires us to consider deeper issues than mere life and death—such as, how does a survivor move on? 
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10. Nobody’s Child Is Full of Grace
As central to the plot as it is, bioethics is the vehicle by which greater themes of shame, forgiveness and grace are explored in Nobody's Child.
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11. Archaeology Fascinates in Second Messiah
The fascinating, mysterious realm of biblical archaeology invites the reader into the modern geopolitical thriller of Second Messiah.
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12. Gifted Storytelling Continues in Indelible
Kristen Heitzmann captures the reader’s emotions and attention with gripping action scenes combined with unforgettable characters in Indelible.
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13. Body and Soul Are Healed with The Touch
With scientific research and the role of art in healing the body as well as the soul, this story is beautifully told by Randall Wallace.
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14. Desert Gift Is One of John’s Finest
Sally John’s keen insight into the complexities of marriage and personal identity make Desert Gift one of her finest works yet.
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15. Rick Tramonto Tells All in Scars of a Chef
The true story of top chef Rick Tramonto’s “rags to riches” journey from high school dropout to award-winning chef does not disappoint.
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