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24 Jan Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Part 1 of an interview with Jeff Vanderstelt and Ben Connelly

Part 1 of an interview with Jeff Vanderstelt and Ben Connelly

Part 1 of an interview with Jeff Vanderstelt and Ben Connelly

What is gospel fluency? Part 1 of an interview with Jeff Vanderstelt and Ben Connelly, authors of Gospel Fluency Handbook   Every Christian has moments of unbelief. Author and pastor Jeff Vanderstelt admits, “I’m an unbeliever. So are you. We slip in and out of believing God’s word about us and trusting in His work on our behalf. […]

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23 Jan Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: The Saturday Night Supper Club (Supper Club #1)

Review: The Saturday Night Supper Club (Supper Club #1)

Review: The Saturday Night Supper Club (Supper Club #1)

The Saturday Night Supper Club (Supper Club #1) by Carla Laureano Reviewed by: Elizabeth Olmedo Genre: Romance Publisher: Tyndale Publication Date: February 6, 2018 Rachel Bishop lives a chef’s dream life. She has won the James Beard Award and co-owns and runs a fine-dining restaurant. But when the media twists her words and they go […]

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19 Jan Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Part 1 of an interview with Sandra Glah

Part 1 of an interview with Sandra Glah

Part 1 of an interview with Sandra Glah

Were they “bad girls of the Bible” or just misunderstood? Part 1 of an interview with Sandra Glahn, Editor of Vindicating the Vixens   Bathsheba, Tamar, Rahab, Hagar, and the Samaritan woman at the well-were they really the “bad girls” of the Bible or simply women whose situations were greatly misunderstood? In Vindicating the Vixens: Revisiting Sexualized, […]

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17 Jan Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: A Song of Home

Review: A Song of Home

Review: A Song of Home

A Song of Home by Susie Finkbeiner Reviewed by: Mary-Ann Bell Genre: Fiction Publisher: Kregel Publications Publication Date: November 28, 2017 A Song of Home is the third novel in the Pearl Spence series. In this novel we find Pearl living in Bliss with her father and Ray, leaving the thoughts of Red River Oklahoma […]

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15 Jan Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Troubled Waters

Review: Troubled Waters

Review: Troubled Waters

Troubled Waters by Susan May Warren Reviewed by: Pam Graber Genre: Contemporary Romance Publisher: Revell Publication Date: January 2, 2018 “It’s never a bad thing to have only God to turn to.” Billionaire Ian Shaw could have anything he wants – except a happy ending. His fortune? Liquidated to pay a hefty government fine. He’s […]

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12 Jan Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on Marriage is not about making each other happy

Marriage is not about making each other happy

Marriage is not about making each other happy

Marriage is not about making each other happy Extramarital affairs are not the social taboo they once were and might be more prevalent now than ever thanks to the anonymity of the Internet and ease of connection via smartphones. Living in a culture that pushes the belief that “life is short and you deserve to […]

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10 Jan Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: The Pioneer Woman Cooks — Come and Get It!

Review: The Pioneer Woman Cooks — Come and Get It!

Review: The Pioneer Woman Cooks — Come and Get It!

The Pioneer Woman Cooks — Come and Get It! by Ree Drummond Reviewed by: Elizabeth Olmedo Genre: Cookbook Publisher: William Morrow Cookbooks Publication Date: October 24, 2017 I love The Pioneer Woman! She has become one of my main sources for mouth-watering meals. As a friend so eloquently stated once, Ree Drummond’s books are as […]

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26 Dec Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on Christy’s 50th anniversary

Christy’s 50th anniversary

Christy’s 50th anniversary

Catherine Marshall‘s best-seller, Christy, was released 50 years ago, but has stood the test of time and still resonates with readers of all ages today. But why? Nancy LeSourd, Marshall’s daughter-in-law, shares her perspective. The story of Christy has endured because of its timeless themes. A young person, barely 19, is inspired to contribute her […]

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22 Dec Posted by in Articles | Comments Off on Married Guys Guide to Great Sex

Married Guys Guide to Great Sex

Married Guys Guide to Great Sex

Can Married Guys have Great Sex? by Mike McKeown   It’s probably not a surprise to you to realize that a good healthy sex life is important. In fact, it matters quite a lot! As boys, we grew up believing that we were supposed to be sexual experts. Which is funny since no one really […]

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21 Dec Posted by in Sneak Peeks | Comments Off on Isaiah’s Daughter by Mesu Andrews

Isaiah’s Daughter by Mesu Andrews

Isaiah’s Daughter by Mesu Andrews

Isaiah’s Daughter by Mesu Andrews Isaiah’s Daughter (WaterBrook, Jan. 16, 2018) reaches back to biblical times to unearth a rags-to-royalty story of the captive orphan, Ishma—meaning “desolation”—who rises to the glory of Judah’s beloved queen. When the royal prophet Isaiah welcomes Ishma into his home as a household servant, her spirit and intellect win the favor of Prince Hezekiah […]

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