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When The Lights Go Out
As we approach the tenth anniversary of 9/11, Max Elliot Anderson has written a new book geared toward boys ages 8--12 which commemorates the day and the hereos who emerged from that act of terrorism.
Biblical Translations Examined
A Bible is a Bible is a Bible...right? Have you ever wondered if the King James version was just an English translation of the Gutenberg Bible? What's up with all the translations?
I like books that include a section of discussion questions. They normally are well suited to a book discussion group or LIFE group. Deadly Ties; however, falls short in both its portrayal of a Christian response to domestic violence and in its character development.
The Ambition by Lee Strobel
Most widely recognized for The Case for Christ, Lee Strobel has penned his first fiction novel. Centered around four main characters, he intertwines their lives as he unfolds a story of corruption, faith and miracles.
Book Review of Angel Sister
Set during the Great Depression, the addition of a tiny orphan in a small town turns one family upside down as they find redemption.
40 Day Journey with Madeline L'Engle
Augsburg Books published a series of 40 day journeys. For 40 days, you "meet" and are mentored by your spiritual advisor. Join me as I begin the journey with Madeline L'Engle and Isabel Anders.
In her first novel, Sheilah Fletch writes of the redemptive power of the Holy Spirit as she weaves a tale around a beautiful corporate executive and the bitter ex-con who rescues her from a seriel killer.
Robin Jones Gunn is best known to adults as the author of the Sister Chicks series. She has authored two series for our young teen aged daughters, however. Departures presents two previously published stories in one volume.
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.
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