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Carol Kent | ZondervanBest-selling author and speaker Carol Kent continues the story of her son Jason's life imprisonment and the emotional consequences to his family, in Between a Rock and a Grace Place: Divine Surprises in the Tight Spots of Life.
Kent reveals the hard truths she had to re-learn more than 10 years after Jason murdered his stepchildren's father in order to protect the children after all other avenues seemed lost.
Vanessa Miller | Whitaker House
Talk-show host Serenity Williams’ fiancé can’t cope with her popularity and calls off their wedding. Serenity decides that all pastors are prideful and arrogant and determines to never fall for one again. But when she meets pastor Phillip McKnight, recently divorced, she sees a man humbled and broken. Serenity will need God’s help to be willing to open her heart to Phillip.
Amish Grace, the highest-rated movie to premiere on the Lifetime Network, is available on DVD. The film is a moving story of forgiveness based on true events from Nickel Mines, Penn.
Wife, mother, author and Christian comedian Anita Renfroe offers more of her Southern wit and charm in her live DVD, Big Ol' Sweet Iced Tea. Be ready to crack up at Renfroes hilarious insights on such things as GPS for babies, Miss America tricks and hissy fits.
Christian artist Britt Nicole is Hangin' On to success these days. Her fans haven't been disappointed with her first three CDs.
Kate Wellington is a wanted woman. She led a bank heist in San Antonio that left three men dead. But Kate is innocent; a gang of robbers forced her participation. Now she’s not only running from the gang but also from the law. On her escape to Mexico, she meets rancher Josh Neville, who offers to escort her across the border. However, Kate’s injury forces them to detour to Josh’s ranch. He soon realizes he’s falling for her, even as he learns the truth. With Kate still in danger, will Josh risk his life for a woman he hardly knows?
Christians Are Hate-Filled Hypocrites ... and Other Lies You’ve Been Told
Despite media depictions of Christians as hypocritical bigots who are under siege by the public, sociologist Bradley Wright says neither is the case. Using a style comparable to the MythBusters TV show, Wright argues that many statistics spread about the world
When as a boy you spend your formative years moving every couple of years to a new place and to a new church, while watching your Baptist preacher-father burning out in the ministry, seeds are planted in your heart.
For Chris McClarney those seeds—full of the potential for disillusionment and doubt—grew instead a garden of gracious gifts: the desire to serve others; eyes to see the deeper lessons in the hard knocks of life; a fundamental belief in the goodness and faithfulness of God; and the words to bring those realities together in song.
Now, with the release of Defender, McClarney delivers one of the most soulful modern-worship collections in recent years—a triumphant proclamation that God's sleeves are rolled up and He's working it all out for our good —even if we can't see it.
Sheila Walsh and Kathryn Cushman | Thomas Nelson
Annie Fletcher is proud of her sister Sarah and her upcoming graduation. But a night of celebrating new beginnings turns into tragedy as Sarah loses her life.
In the midst of loss, Annie finds herself hearing music and quickly realizes that no one else is hearing it. In her search to figure out what she is experiencing, she decides it is easily explained away by stress, but as time goes on, she's not so sure.
Courting Morrow Little
Much of Marrow Little’s family died in a Shawnee raid. Now this young woman is drawn to a forbidden love that both intrigues and terrifies her. Will she betray her family’s memory and follow her heart? Or will she choose a man she doesn’t love?
A Shore Thing
Eco-friendly Callie Duflay is determined to stop a development project. She confronts the architect, Gage Mitchell, who is easygoing but not easily swayed. The two are actually perfect for each other—if they could just figure that out.
Tackling topics such as puberty, suicide and hope, this story centers on Sammie Tucker, a 12-year-old in a small Texas town. Her mother is deeply depressed, and Sammie worries about everything. The situation turns even darker when her mother suddenly commits suicide. Frightened and sad, Sammie wonders if she also may be mentally disturbed, but soon finds her hope comes from God, who can restore her to a good life. This is a page-turner, keeping readers hooked with realistic characters, descriptive scenery and fast-paced action.
Anatomy of the Soul
Physician Curt Thompson says the more you know about the brain the more you can enrich your life and relationships, and increase your impact on others. He claims it’s possible, by combining new discoveries in neuroscience with Christian spirituality, to “rewire your mind”—thus altering your brain patterns and making you more like the person God intended. Using layman’s terms, he explores why he believes understanding the mind leads to spiritual healing. Fortunately, Thompson balances the heady knowledge of his study with practical exercises to help readers find healing in personal ways.
A Nation in Crisis
Chuck Bates and Larry Bates
The reality established in A Nation in Crisis is that the United States is in a real mess in the areas of money, politics and religion. Fortunately, after a short glimpse of how the nation got into its predicament, the authors don’t leave readers despondent, but offer hope with credible information on economic principles and how to achieve personal and family security, regardless of the dangers facing us.
Laila has a great life, but a crisis of faith leads her to become a call girl. In self-defense, she kills a client. Even though she was justified, she is wracked with guilt and doesn’t dare tell anyone her secret. But a stranger who knows and is following her. Laila doesn’t realize he’s a supernatural being. She must trust in God again for protection from the demons. But will she wait until it’s too late to cry out for salvation?
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