An interview with Cynthia Ruchti, Author of Song of Silence What’s the first thing mentioned when introducing two strangers? Typically, one person introduces another by saying the individual’s name, followed by his or her vocation. “This is my friend, Bob. He’s an airplane mechanic.” “I’d like you to meet Sally. She’s a triathlete.” It’s natural […]
You’ve based A Daring Sacrifice a little bit on the Robin Hood story. What drew you to this medieval tale? I’ve always loved tales about underdogs rising up against injustice. The story of Robin Hood encompasses such an element, where the poor are unfairly cast from their homes, forced into hiding, and must rely upon […]
An interview with Ruth Logan Herne, Author of Back in the Saddle Family relationships are never easy, and loss, grief and greed can compound normal everyday tensions. Ruth Logan Herne offers hope for hurting families with the messages contained in her new book, Back in the Saddle (Multnomah Books/March 15, 2016/ ISBN: 978-1601427762/$9.99). Q: […]
Part 1 of an interview with Tom Gilson, Author of Critical Conversations: A Christian Parents’ Guide to Discussing Homosexuality with Teens Parents of teens today may have a tougher job in front of them than parents of any other generation in recent history. While immorality has always existed in the world, the Western world has […]
Part 2 of an interview with Rob Green, Author of Tying the Knot: A Premarital Guide to a Strong & Lasting Marriage Every engaged couple hopes to build a lasting and satisfying marriage, but it doesn’t happen automatically. In his interactive premarital study, Tying the Knot, author and counselor Rob Green explores how key […]
An interview with Terri Blackstock, Author of If I Run Fans of Christian fiction will find an unlikely heroine within the pages of New York Times best-selling author Terri Blackstock‘s latest release, If I Run (Zondervan/February 16, 2016/ ISBN: 978-0310332435/$15.99). Wanting to feature a heroine different from what some readers might be used to, […]
Jennifer Wilder Morgan graduated from Kent State University and is a member of the Delta Gamma Fraternity. She resides in Houston, Texas, where she served in The Methodist Hospital’s lay ministry. She is a member of The Woodlands United Methodist Church. Q: Tell us a little about yourself and how you got started writing. A: I was […]
Part 1 of an interview with Rob Green, Author of Tying the Knot: A Premarital Guide to a Strong & Lasting Marriage Advised by both tellers of fairy tales and harbingers of doom, many engaged couples don’t know what to expect from marriage. They may believe God created the institution, but many of the unions […]
Part 2 of an interview with Sherri Burgess, Author of Bronner: A Journey to Understand If God is good, then why does He allow terrible things to happen? It’s a universal question asked by believers and skeptics alike. Some decide no answer exists, but not Sherri Burgess, the author of Bronner: A Journey to […]
Part 2 of An interview with Brad Hewitt, Author of Your New Money Mindset As Christians, most of us would like to be more generous. We’d like to give more to the church, ministries and charities that do good. However, often times we feel there’s not room in the budget to give more. Giving […]
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