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Friendship for Grown-Ups
Pick up a copy of Lisa Whelchel's latest book. Dealing with friendship issues, this book will teach you how to discern what to share, why it is ok to be needy, and how to open up to form deeper friendships.
In her characteristic style, Isabel Anders uses moments from day-to-day life to show us the beauty of life and God's handiwork.
No Stones is a must-read for anyone involved in counseling women or women's groups. What was once a male affliction is now affecting women and needs to be taken seriously. This book will help you to understand the causes, types, repercussions and hope for helping women.
If you are looking for a refreshing new idea for a group Bible study, check out Ms Understood by Jen Hatmaker. Ideal for a 12 week study, this book will show you what it means to be a daughter of the King.
How Should A Christian Live?
As a parent, finding a devotional/journal that can hold the interest of your tween or teen is important. Why not rely on a trusted source such as Thomas Nelson. How Should A Christian Live? is book three in a four part series.
The Voice is the work of the Ecclesia Bible Society led by Chris Seay. Little can be found online about the Society unless it relates to this translation. How accurate is it?
Do you think religion has too many rules? Have you ever wondered what it means to be free in Christ? Brian Tome explains it all in his new book.
Jeffrey Overstreet is a modern day Tolkien who weaves a tale of good and evil in the Aurelia Thread. If you are looking for Christian based sci-fi/fantasy, pick up a copy of the latest installment, Raven's Ladder.
The Heart's Journey Home
In her breakout novel, Jen Stephens brings a true work of literary art to the world of Christian women's fiction/romance. With an eloquent style, Stephens weaves believable characters and storylines into an intricate fabric that is the story of The Heart's Journey Home.
There are those in life who are always positive. Princess Kasune Zulu takes that to a new extreme. Rather than succumb quietly to AIDS, she became an outspoken advocate. Now an associate pastor, always a remarkable woman. You will be amazed at her story and will learn a lot.
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