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Finding the Finish Line: Navigating the Race of Life through Faith and Fitness

Andrea Cladis CrossLink Publishing 90 pp. Christian Living Lonely, despondent, and hopeless, Andrea, a junior in high school, becomes determined to be perfect. To master the scale, to smite her mother, and to bury depression in what becomes an all-consuming, life-threatening eating disorder. When her physician-father is unable to heal her as she hovers at …

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Turn Your Setbacks Into Comebacks

Richard McDaniel CrossLink Publishing 170 pp. Inspirational Have you experienced a setback? We all know how it feels to experience disappointment, defeat and loss. It could be a financial blow, a divorce, a lost job or a health diagnosis. All of us are challenged by situations that leave us frustrated and discouraged. If you are …

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So Great a Love

Kristie Wilde Wilde Art Press 24 pp. Children’s So Great a Love is the second book in the Joyful Creation series. It explores various attributes of God’s love for us using examples from His creation, and is designed to be read to small children and inspire conversations about God and His character in a way …

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Blink

S.A. Jewell Ambassador International 320 pp. End-Times Fiction Jason has it all—a great family and an exciting, successful career. But in a blink, it’s all gone, and he struggles to find out why. Mona Foster, the President of the United States, wrestles with Christian theology while trying to lead the country. When people around the …

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Seeds: Meditations on Grace in a World With Teeth

Gregory Belliveau CrossLink Publishing 88 pp. Family/Relationships In the vein of Donald Miller, Anne Lamott, Debbie Blue, Brennan Manning and other contemporary narrative writers, novelist Greg Belliveau’s collection of creative nonfiction, dissects the fragmented, consumer-driven American culture and offers a refreshing look at redemption, grace, and Christian community in a world filled with teeth. Print …

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Moving from Broken to Beautiful® through Grief

Yvonne Ortega 171 pp. Self Help In your grief, you may think no one understands you. Yvonne Ortega does. Seven years ago, she suffered the loss of two aunts, her mother, and her only child within seven months. In Moving from Broken to Beautiful® through Grief, she writes from her personal and clinical experiences with …

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Angel on Assignment

Wanda Carter Roush Ella’s Pearl Publishing 24 pp. Children’s Fiction If your family loves the Elf on the Shelf and you want to keep the fun going, check out Angel on Assignment. With beautiful illustrations and rhyming verse, Angel on Assignment takes readers through the angels’ roles in the Christmas story and presents the ways …

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The Rogue

Lee W. Brainard Soothkeep Press 406 pp. Prophetic Fiction “Men’s hearts shall fail from fear… for the planets… shall be shaken” (Luke 21:26). A thrilling tale that contemplates the approach of the apocalypse through the lens of catastrophism and electric universe theory. A rookie astronomer discovers a massive comet on collision course with Mars, a …

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The Parables of Jesus Made Simple: Updated and Expanded Edition

Matthew Robert Payne Revival Waves of Glory Books & Publishing 440 pp. Christian Living You can live for many years and sit through many sermons without ever really coming to an in-depth understanding of the parables of Jesus. If you want to serve and obey Jesus, you should endeavor to understand the fundamentals of these …

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The Bible: True, Relevant or a Fairy Tale?

Robert J Cottle Revival Waves of Glory Books & Publishing 280 pp. Bible Study The Bible is constantly condemned as outdated, legalistic and irrelevant, yet it’s widely owned and cherished worldwide. Despite ownership it often lies unread and scarcely believed, even by Christians. The reason – it’s not accepted as the infallible word of God, …

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