The Divine Progression of Grace: Blazing a Trail to Fruitful Living

The Divine Progression of GraceBob Santos
SfMe Media
302 pp.
Christian Living

“Grace,” we have been told, is “God’s unmerited favor.” This is certainly true but grace is also so much more. Grace does a progressive work in our hearts as we journey from the point where God accepts us as we are, to the exciting place He wants to take us—a fully fruitful life. Through the progressive work of grace, we are accepted, transformed, and empowered to become agents of change for God’s eternal kingdom. Not only will “The Divine Progression of Grace” lead you into a deeper understanding of God’s word, it will help you live out your Christian faith in a fresh, dynamic way.

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An Unfathomable Gift! — God’s Astonishing Grace

An Unfathomable Gift!Jan Blonk
CrossLink Publishing
88 pp.
Devotional

Our greatest necessity graciously addressed and provided! There is no greater need than to be in a right relationship with our Creator. Through His Son, God has given complete reconciliation and restoration. His gift is free, all-sufficient, ever-lasting, and eternally-satisfying. We are to simply receive and enjoy! There are 40 devotionals, each expressing “God’s Astonishing Grace” in the gift of His Son. The gospel is concisely, clearly, and compellingly presented in a thought-provoking manner, addressing why it is vital for our temporal and eternal wellbeing.

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No More Peanut Butter Sandwiches: a father, a son with special needs, and their journey with God

No More Peanut Butter SandwichesJeff Davidson
CrossLink Publishing
238 pp.
Christian Living

What if the challenges, struggles, and trials in your life turned out to be God’s stage for the biggest blessing of your life? When Jeff Davidson became the father of a child with special needs, he thought God had wrecked his life. He would discover though that God had given him an amazing gift. God had, in fact, given him a masterpiece. This book is the story of a father, a son with special needs, and their journey with God. This book will move, inspire, and encourage anyone struggling with their circumstances and trials.

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If Jesus Had A Child

If Jesus Had A ChildGlenn Wilkerson
Crosslink Publishing
250 pp.
Family/Relationships

If Jesus Had A Child is a new, dynamic parenting guide based on the spiritual principles taught by Jesus Christ. While the concepts described in this book constitute a research-driven, twenty-first century parenting paradigm, they reflect the teachings of Jesus shared over 2,000 years ago. God has revealed His unconditional love for us through Jesus Christ. The book helps parents learn to be the hands, feet, and heart of the Christ in conveying that love to their children. It teaches a parent how to discipline behavior while still enabling the child to embrace his worth as a child of God.

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The Thrill of Hope

CoverBruce Green
Start2Finish Books
230 pp.
NT Commentary

Accessible and easy to understand, The Thrill of Hope provides an enlightening and encouraging analysis of the book of Revelation. In short, digestible chapters, Green unveils the major themes of John’s message, challenging us to live in hope and holiness. Helpful FAQ sections are interspersed throughout the book, and discussion questions following each chapter make it suitable for Bible class, small group, and individual studies. Those who are waist deep in the woes of the world will be lifted from the mire by a renewed confidence in the sovereign Christ—the One who reigns in hope.

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Adriana’s Secrets

adriannas secretCheryl Colwell
Inspired Fiction Books
212 pp.
Suspense

Book Two of The Secrets of the Montebellis series travels back in time to Lisa Richardson’s great-grandmother’s time and fills in the stories alluded to in Book One.
Orphaned in 1888, Adriana Montebelli’s life is swept along at the whim of forceful men who decide where she will live and who she will marry. Instead of breaking her, their cruel deceptions toughen her resolve to take control. Though she rises to manage the vast Van Buren Estate, she doubts her broken heart has the strength to love again.

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A Beautiful Reflection

beautiful reflectionSarah O. Maddox
Olivia Kimbrell Press
200 pp.
Romance

Young,unmarried women will benefit greatly from reading the story of Susan Strasbourg and Jim Hitchenson. She is a beautiful, committed Christian single.from a small town in NC. He is a sophisticated bachelor from Atlanta. They fall for each other at a company convention. Their different beliefs and lifestyles soon collide. The challenge to Susan is the same as many young women face today: Will she stand for her convictions in the face of temptations, or will she compromise? This short book showcases Biblical principles which are very relevant for Christians in today’s world.

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To Kill A Lion

TKAL Front CoverBruce Lengeman
Certa Publishing
204 pp.
Christian Living

Bruce Lengeman discusses how to overcome the power of lust by identifying the root issues behind it. Wanting and maintaining sexual purity more than immorality is a difficult ideal to reach in today’s culture, but Lengeman takes on the subject with effective suggestions that go right to the root of the issue. He addresses how sexuality is connected to almost everything in life and how to trace sexual issues back to emotional issues. Written for both counselors and strugglers, To Kill a Lion provides practical steps toward sexual freedom for men.

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Rebuilding Civilization on the BIBLE: Proclaiming the Truth on 24 Controversial Issues

rebuildingJay Grimstead & Eugene Clingman
Nordskog Publishing
330 pp.
Theology/Current Affairs

Rebuilding Civilization on the Bible is timely and remedial. Thirty-seven years in the making–the combined effort of hundreds of theologians and Christian leaders. An arsenal for battle, a toolbox for building the church, a resource for Bible study, sermons, and personal edification. Important for every serious Christian – from babe in Christ to seasoned sage. It is also a call for a global church council in 2017.

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Andrew Murray: Destined to Serve

Andrew Murray CoverOlea Nel
Clairvaux House
314 pp.
Historical Fiction

A boyish and fun-loving Andrew Murray arrives back in South Africa after being ordained at the Hague on his twentieth birthday in 1848. He soon discovers that his preaching lacks the power displayed by his heroes of the faith. He therefore decides to embark on a quest to become a powerful preacher filled with the Holy Spirit. But not long after his appointment as sole pastor to the 20 000 Boers living in the wilds of Africa beyond the borders of the Cape, he finds that he is being shunted off course by not having enough time to spend with God. Feeling overwhelmed by the task, he starts to doubt his calling. It does not take him long to realize that he has to either man-up or bow out.

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