Loving Luther by Allison Pittman About the book: (from the publisher) Germany, 1505. In the dark of night, Katharina von Bora says the bravest good-bye a six-year-old can muster and walks away as the heavy convent gate closes behind her.
Every family features its own brand of broken, making it difficult sometimes to see the beauty that exists there — especially when you’re a teenage girl in the thick of some of her most challenging years. Trusted author Jessica Minassian knows this and has something to say about it, in terms teens can understand. For teens […]
Introducing a new slip-time novel about two pivotal moments in our nation’s history, centuries apart. Freedom’s Ring, by debut author Heidi Chiavaroli.
The Divide by Jolina Petersheim About the book: (from the publisher) In this gripping conclusion to The Alliance, nearly six months have passed since Leora Ebersole’s Old Order Mennonite community fled to the mountains for refuge after an attack destroyed the power grid and altered life as they knew it. Since then, Leora has watched and waited for […]
With Love, Wherever You Are by Dandi Daley Mackall About the book: (from the publisher) Everyone knows that war romances never last . . . After a whirlwind romance and wedding, Helen Eberhart Daley, an army nurse, and Lieutenant Frank Daley, M.D. are sent to the front lines of Europe with only letters to connect them for months […]
Hats off to Beth Moore for trying her hand at something new. That right there is an inspiration to women who aim to be difference makers, who are seeking courage to take action beyond their comfort zones. My takeaway? Just do it. Take that risk, step out in faith, make it your very best work. The result will […]
“Is real friendship too risky?” BeFriend: create belonging in an age of judgment, isolation, and fear by Scott Sauls About this book: (from the publisher) We live in a world where real friendship is hard to find. Suspicious of others and insecure about ourselves, we retreat into the safety of our small, self-made worlds. Now more than ever, […]
Hey, friends ~ A quick note because I thought you’d like to know… Have you ever enjoyed a Beth Moore Bible study and thought, Her non-fiction really delivers. I wish she’d try her hand at fiction someday. Well, she has. Published by Tyndale, Beth Moore’s fiction debut, The Undoing of Saint Silvanus, releases today. But because Beth […]
Go: Returning Discipleship to the Front Lines of Faith by Preston Sprinkle About this book: (from the publisher) Disciple-making is a passion of many, as it should be. It is, after all, our great commission. But much of contemporary discipleship is informed by instinct, and as such it is vulnerable to the whims and trends of the broader […]
The last days of summer. They have waned, and I must confess I’m not quite yet ready to see them gone. Thankfully, here in the Pacific Northwest Indian Summer tends to hang on for a while, and we are making the most of these days with fun outings — such as this family movie/dinner night to […]