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SOAR: Book review
SOAR is the latest discipleship book geared toward men offered by Kenny Luck. It promises to deepen a man's relationship with the Holy Spirit. Did it live up to expectations?

Barney and the Runaway
Max Elliot Anderson pens a new adventure for "tween-aged" boys. Join young Michael and his faithful dog, Barney, as they runaway and join the circus. On their journey, they learn the importance of family and begin to understand God's love.

Average Joe
In childhood, we dream of what we will become. The hand we are dealt in life often steers us off course causing us to become common people stuck in a routine. Are we so very common? See how ordinary people are actually extraordinary.

Mine is the Night
If you enjoy period romances, pick up a copy of Liz Curtis Higgs latest novel. Set in Scotland, it is the retelling of the stories of Naomi and Ruth and of the love story between Ruth and Boaz. r

The Alabaster Jar
Maybe I'm gaining grace, but this devotional actually struck a chord. Using the writings and quotes of famous Christian women to edify and encourage, Anna Alden-Tirrill guides a woman through daily devotions.

Swimming Solo
If you will ever face the prospect of deciding to care for a loved one or to place them into a skilled nursing facility, I would highly recommend Swimming Solo. Susan Rava's poignant telling of the decline of both of her in-laws and own parents will have you laughing and reaching for tissues.

Updated: Dragon and Turtle on Safari
Join dragon and turtle as they go on a make believe safari in the backyard. In the process, they explore lessons of courage and trusting in God when you are afraid.

Good Returns
Is it possible to put your money where your values are? Learn how three men came up with an idea for morally responsible investing.

The Fire In Ember
DiAnn Mills weaves a story of redemption and grace set in a small Colorado town. If you enjoy christian period romances, don't miss the story of Ember. Posing as a boy, she is thought to be a horse thief. Saved by a young deputy, love blooms and danger follows.

The Rite
Strange voices, uncharacteristic actions....is it a psychological disorder or a demonic possession? The Rite explores the world of exorcism and will open your eyes as it dispels Hollywood myths.

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