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09 Mar Posted by in News | Comments Off on Eats With Sinners by Arron Chambers

Eats With Sinners by Arron Chambers

Eats With Sinners by Arron Chambers

CHECK OUT THE FIRST CHAPTER: One impurity in our lives can easily pull us—and the lost people who know us—off course. If we want to be effective in reaching lost people, we must be people of integrity—fixed points of reference that people can follow and find their way to God. I want you to understand […]

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04 Mar Posted by in News | Comments Off on Ambassadors on Mission: The Priority of Prayer and Proclamation by Dan R. Crawford

Ambassadors on Mission: The Priority of Prayer and Proclamation by Dan R. Crawford

Ambassadors on Mission: The Priority of Prayer and Proclamation by Dan R. Crawford

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dan R. Crawford is senior professor of evangelism and missions, chair of prayer, emeritus, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, TX, and author/compiler of 18 books including, God’s Formula for Genuine Happiness and Giving Ourselves to Prayer. He and his wife, Joanne, are retired and living in Fort Worth. READ THE FIRST […]

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03 Mar Posted by in News | Comments Off on Beaded Hope by Cathy Liggett

Beaded Hope by Cathy Liggett

Beaded Hope by Cathy Liggett

READ THE FIRST CHAPTER: Suburb of Columbus, Ohio “Hey, Gabby, what are you doing?” Even after all their years together, the sound of her husband’s voice could still make Gabrielle Phillips’s heart skip a beat. She pressed the cell phone closer to her ear. It had been such a long week without Tom at home. […]

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01 Mar Posted by in News | Comments Off on Never Blame the Umpire by Gene Fehler

Never Blame the Umpire by Gene Fehler

Never Blame the Umpire by Gene Fehler

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Gene Fehler, an award-winning and widely published poet, is the author of ten published books and over eighteen hundred published poems, stories, and articles. He and his wife, Polly, live in Seneca, South Carolina, where he writes, teaches, and participates in sports. Visit the author’s website. CHECK OUT THE FIRST CHAPTER: (Just […]

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26 Feb Posted by in News | Comments Off on The Lost Commandment by Dave Greber

The Lost Commandment by Dave Greber

The Lost Commandment by Dave Greber

We’re excited to present Dave Greber’s new book:  The Lost Commandment: Have We Missed What Jesus Really Wants? Kregel Publications (June 3, 2009) ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dave Greber is an attorney in private practice. As a leader in his community, he has been interviewed by television, radio, and newspaper reporters and has served on the […]

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25 Feb Posted by in News | Comments Off on Desert Fire by Shannon Van Roekel

Desert Fire by Shannon Van Roekel

Desert Fire by Shannon Van Roekel

Check Out THE FIRST CHAPTER: Dear Julia, I want to die better than I’ve lived. So I ask you, please read this letter to the end. It’s the only one I’ll send. Cold, fluorescent light shone down on the metal desk where Fred Keegan sat. His hair was closely shaven along a massive neck between […]

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24 Feb Posted by in News | Comments Off on Wiersbe Bible Study Series – 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon

Wiersbe Bible Study Series – 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon

Wiersbe Bible Study Series – 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon

I’m really excited about Warren Wiersbe’s newest book in the Wiersbe Bible Study Series – 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon: It’s Always Too Soon to Quit! I highly respect Dr. Wiersbe and look forward to checking this newest title out. I have a copy of  The Transformation Study Bible edited by Dr. Wiersbe to […]

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23 Feb Posted by in News | Comments Off on Double Trouble by Susan May Warren

Double Trouble by Susan May Warren

Double Trouble by Susan May Warren

READ THE FIRST CHAPTER: PJ Sugar had been born to sneak up on people. She clearly possessed the instincts of a panther, with the ability to find her prey and slink up to them in the shadows, pouncing only when they least suspected. Suspected adulterer Rudy Bagwell didn’t have a prayer of escaping. “I’m telling […]

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19 Feb Posted by in News | Comments Off on Desperate Hope by Candi Pearson-Shelton

Desperate Hope by Candi Pearson-Shelton

Desperate Hope by Candi Pearson-Shelton

Desperate Hope, by Candi Pearson-Shelton from David C. Cook on Vimeo.

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18 Feb Posted by in News | Comments Off on Raven’s Ladder by Jeffrey Overstreet

Raven’s Ladder by Jeffrey Overstreet

Raven’s Ladder by Jeffrey Overstreet

Jeffrey Overstreet is the skilled author of Auralia’s Colors, twice-nominated for a Christy Award, and Cyndere’s Midnight. His award-winning film reviews have appeared in Image, Books and Culture, Paste, and Christianity Today, and his “moviegoer’s memoir” Through a Screen Darkly is a popular exploration of faith and film in the U.S. and Europe. His website––LookingCloser.org––draws […]

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