Season of Heartbreak: Healing for the Heart, Brain, and Soul by Mark Gregory Karris About the book: (from the publisher) After a devastating breakup, many people are left heartbroken, lonely, confused, even devoid of hope. Science proves that the grief of losing a romantic partner is similar to grieving a loved one’s death. Yet, too often, friends, […]
Local Poet by Paul Trembling About the book: (from the publisher) Rob Seaton killed a woman. Rob doesn’t know Laney Grey. But when she deliberately steps out in front of his van and dies on impact, his life will never be the same.
A Trail of Crumbs by Susie Finkbeiner About the book: (from the publisher) “I believed it would have been a sin to stay inside when God had sent us such fine weather. According to Pastor Ezra Anderson, sin was the reason we’d got in the dusty mess we were in. The way I saw it, that day was […]
“A celebration of motherhood, creativity, and the faith that binds them.” Life Creative: Inspiration for Today’s Renaissance Mom by Wendy Speake & Kelli Stuart About this book: (from the publisher) What was God thinking when He created you creative and then gave you children? Creative moms often feel as though they must lay their passions down. But God […]
Hearing God in Conversation: How to Recognize His Voice Everywhere by Samuel C. Williamson “I picked it up out of curiosity and I couldn’t put it down.”–Eugene Peterson About this book: (from the publisher) Christians are comfortable saying that Christianity is about a relationship with God. Yet many might also say that they sense little meaningful relationship with […]
“A moving memoir that lays out a path to realizing the continual presence of God.” The Power of Presence: Becoming Fully Alive by Neil T. Anderson About this book: (from the publisher) Neil Anderson has traveled the world speaking and teaching, and has written many books. Always at his side, supporting him, has been his wife, Joanne, his […]
“The worst thing about being homeless is being looked right through.” The Cantaloupe Thief by Deb Richardson-Moore About this book: (from the publisher) Branigan Powers knows a good story when she sees one—and the ten-year-old cold case of wealthy Alberta Grambling Resnick’s murder definitely makes the cut.
A novel of Hitler’s Germany The End of Law by Therese Down About this book: (from the publisher) Berlin, 1933: as Hitler rises to power; the law–designed to protect and serve–becomes twisted to the will of those who dream of a pure Aryan race.