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The Rise of the Prophet

Rodney Coe CrossLink Publishing 268 pp. Science Fiction The land of Habareet faces so much trouble, only a miracle could save them. But miracles are in short supply. And the country’s leaders and many of its people no longer tolerate miracles—or the One who sends them. But Adonai has not forgotten His ancient promises for …

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The Babel Conspiracy

Sylvia Bambola Heritage Publishing House 310 pp. Romantic Suspense The Babel Conspiracy is a tale of intrigue and love. Two women engineers struggle to develop the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft amid intensifying global terrorism and muddled personal lives. The project is fraught with sabotage and murder but who’s behind it all? When the Department of …

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Child Training Boot Camp

Pam Forster Doorposts 105 pp. Bible Study Learn to use topical Bible study methods to discover what God says about some of the typical challenges we face day after day with our children, including disobedience, bickering, unkind speech, and whining. This study will help you: Find time for meaningful Bible study in the midst of …

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Whispering to Horses, an Amish Horses novella

Thomas Nye CrossLink Publishing 52 pp. Amish An old fence separates a modern community from their Amish neighbors, until a little boy opens the gate and breaks down barriers between them. A young man inherits property that borders an Amish farm and assumes his neighbors are simple people. He doesn’t like little Eli, or his …

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The Hidden Treasure of Dutch Buffalo Creek, Heirloom Edition

Jackson Badgenoone (pseudonym) for Vincent James Vezza Hidden Treasure Books 400 pp. Historical Fiction Neverborn ghost writer Jackson Badgenoone, pronounced Badge-no-one, leads readers to discover the greatest of treasures. They are called to be saved by name, by Grace through Jesus Christ. The Heirloom edition expands from a basic version of the book that was …

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Knowing Yourself Knowing God

John F. Shackelford, Psy.D. John F. Shackelford 206 pp. Self-Help Knowing Yourself Knowing God: From An Ego-Run-Life to a God-Led-Life is Dr. Shackelford’s story of knowing himself and learning to know God in a more intimate way. He offers various personality tests and concepts to help the reader better face and understand their particular “ego …

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How Do I Love Thee?

Jennifer Flanders Prescott Publishing 218 pp. Family/Relationships Happiness in marriage is not so much a matter of chance as it is a matter of choice. Choosing to be happy means choosing to think on things that are good and noble and right and lovely and pure—including your spouse’s most positive, admirable, and endearing qualities. Our …

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Why is Great-Grandma So Sad? Discovering the Holocaust Through the Eyes of a Child

Susan Heagy Yattir Publishing 72 pp. Youth Historical Fiction The book is primarily written for children ages 7 to 14. It is also intended for readers of any age who may have difficulty reading books having to do with the tragic Holocaust of WWII. This story is presented from the personal perspective of a family …

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Why God Allows Us to Suffer

Kevin Tewes Triune Publishing Group, LLC 134 pp. Apologetics The problem of pain is widely considered the most difficult theological problem of all time. For thousands of years it has confounded the world’s most renowned theists, destroyed the faith of some of the most devout clergymen, and reduced devoted, lifelong believers to soul-crushing pessimism during …

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Piecing Together Forgiveness

Kristi Burchfiel 98 pp. Bible Study Every one of us has either wronged another person or been wronged by someone else. Talking about forgiveness is great, but most people don’t know what forgiveness means or how to do it. Often our efforts end up looking like a pile of mismatched puzzle pieces leading to more …

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