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  • The chosen : a novel

    A beautiful story of friendship and humanity. A glimpse at a world that I will never be a part of, and an introduction to ideas within. The end of the book was especially moving, and the story is ...

  • A tree grows in Brooklyn

    It's a story of a girl growing up poor in Brooklyn in the early 1900s. It showcases the joys and pains (especially pains) of her life, but still manages to maintain hope. Overall it was a pretty ...

  • Caring for one another : 8 ways to cultivate meaningful rela

    Read this for a small group study. It worked well for that context, with short chapters and discussion questions. A helpful little book, but know that it is not an in depth treatment of the topic, ...

  • Child proof : parenting by faith, not formula

    A book with a lofty calling for parents. It was less a book of what to do than it was a book about why we do things and how to think through things. In sure I will revisit this book through the ...

  • On reading well : finding the good life through great books

    A book about reading and how reading should shape us. I appreciated the call to approach reading, not as a neutral activity, but something that shapes us. The analysis of virtue in a number of ...

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  • The Whole WomanThe Whole Woman

    Azonwu, Ezekiel.

    We are all BROKENOur brokenness manifests in how we interact with family, friends, and especially lovers. It tears away at our security, forcing us to wall ourselves off for fear of more pain. We sabotage relationships and hinder our growth, unwilling to face the traumas of our past that hold us in bondage. Being a woman comes with its own set of challenges, but why allow your past to rob your joy of singleness and keep you in toxic relationships? Something has to change! Shoving your pile of brokenness together with another in an effort to feel whole will never work. You must end the cycle of brokenness by attacking it at its roots. If you are ready to face your past and craft the bright future God intends for you as his daughter, then it’s time to open this book and dig in. Through research and over 17 years of experience in ministry, husband and wife team Ezekiel and Kiyanna Azonwu have uncovered the path to experiencing wholeness by allowing God to perform the surgery that brings us self-actualization. The actionable information in this book has the potential to set you on a path to a better mindset, better relationships, and a better future.

  • GraceFullGraceFull : growing a heart that cares for our neighbors

    Williamson, Dorena, author.

    Hope and Anna love seeing each other at church. When a Sunday grace offering is collected to help lift up Anna’s homeless family, Hope begins to ask questions and has a unique opportunity to learn what grace looks like, both for her and for Anna’s immigrant family. This touching story teaches children that God showers grace that is meant to be shared—allowing us all to be GraceFull!.

  • Shades of lightShades of light

    Brown, Sharon Garlough, author.

    "I was desperate. . . . I couldn't turn off the dark thoughts, no matter how hard I tried or how much I prayed. And then I spent a whole weekend in bed, and the crying wouldn't stop, and I got really scared. I've had bouts with depression before--it's kind of a cloud I've learned to live with--but this time was different. I felt like I was going under, like I'd never feel hopeful again, and then that just made my anxiety worse and it all spiraled from there." Wren Crawford is a social worker who finds herself overwhelmed with the troubles of the world. Her lifelong struggles with anxiety and depression are starting to overcome her. She finds solace in art, spiritual formation, and pastoral care along with traditional therapeutic interventions. But a complicated relationship from her past also threatens to undo her progress. Fans of Sharon Brown's bestselling Sensible Shoes Series will be delighted to discover some old friends along the way. As Wren seeks healing in this beautifully written novel, readers are invited to move beyond pat answers and shallow theology into an experience of hope and presence that illuminates even the darkness"--Amazon.

  • SkywardSkyward

    Sanderson, Brandon, author.

    When a long-term attack against her world by the alien Krell escalates, Spensa's dream of becoming a pilot may come true, despite her deceased father being labeled a deserter.

  • Chica gay, dios buenoChica gay, dios bueno : la historia de lo que fui y de lo que dios siempre ha sido

    Perry, Jackie Hill, 1989-, author. http://id.loc.g

    En Chica gay, Dios bueno, la autora Jackie Hill Perry comparte su propia historia, ofreciendo herramientas prácticas que le ayudaron en el proceso para encontrar su integridad. Jackie creció sin una imagen paterna y eso le causó confusión con su género. Abrazó la masculinidad y la homosexualidad con cada fibra de su ser. Sabía que los cristianos tendrían mucho que decir al respecto. Pero, ¿se suponía que debía cambiar? ¿Cómo se supone que debía para de amar a las mujeres, cuando la homosexualidad se sentía más natural que la heterosexualidad? A los 19, Jackie se puso cara a cara con lo que significa ser renovado y no es una iglesia o en contacto con cristianos. Dios entro en su corazón y lo guió hacia Él, en su cuarto a la luz de Su evangelio. Lee para comprender, lee para tener esperanza o lee para, como Jackie, ser renovado.

  • Memories of glassMemories of glass

    Dobson, Melanie, author. http://id.loc.gov/authori

    1942. As war rips through the heart of Holland, childhood friends Josie van Rees and Eliese Linden partner with a few daring citizens to rescue Eliese's son and hundreds of other Jewish children who await deportation in a converted theater in Amsterdam. But amid their resistance work, Josie and Eliese's dangerous secrets could derail their friendship and their entire mission. When the enemy finds these women, only one will escape.

  • ThoughtfullThoughtfull : discovering the unique gifts in each of us

    Williamson, Dorena, author.

    This encouraging story shows how life changes when we learn to value those who are differently abled and to champion the power of thoughtfulness.ÂÆ Author Dorena Williamson explores the needÂÆto be "thoughtFULL"-full of thoughtfulness and awareness, particularly with those who haveÂÆspecial needs.ÂÆIn this delightful story, it's awards day at school, and Ahanu (a boy with DownÂÆSyndrome) earns the award for beingÂÆthoughtful. Later, when his friend Joshua sees others making fun of Ahanu, it's Joshua's turn toÂÆbe thoughtful by supporting his differently abled friend. While doing so, Joshua learns importantÂÆlessons about friendship, disabilities, and the value we each have as God's children. Also available in this series: ColorFull: Celebrating the Colors God Gave Us.ÂÆ This B&H Kids book includes a Parent Connection, an easy tool to help moms and dads (orÂÆanyone else who loves kids) discuss the book's message with their child. We're all aboutÂÆconnecting parents and kids to each other and to God's Word.

  • Theological fitnessTheological fitness : why we need a fighting faith

    Byrd, Aimee, 1975-

    Your spiritual life should be a battle! The writer of Hebrews tells us to "hold fast to the confession of our hope without wavering" (10:23 ESV). What (and whom) do we need to meet this challenge? How does simply "holding fast" turn into such a workout of faith? Author and blogger Aimee Byrd invites us to join her in some "theological fitness" training as she unpacks our call to perseverance and explores the great metaphor that physical fitness lends to theology. Learn about the "fighting grace" God has given us, and discover how we are equipped to live lives of obedience even amidst the suffering and irritations of ordinary life--from publisher description.

  • Creation careCreation care : a biblical theology of the natural world

    Moo, Douglas J., http://id.loc.gov/authorities/nam

    From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible reveals a God whose creative power and loving care embrace all that exists, from earth and sky and sea to every creeping, crawling, swimming, and flying creature. Yet the significance of the Bible’s extensive teaching about the natural world is easily overlooked by Christians accustomed to focusing only on what the Bible says about God’s interaction with human beings.

  • The minority experienceThe minority experience : navigating emotional and organizational realities

    Pei, Adrian, 1978-, author.

    It's hard to be in the minority. If you're the only person from your ethnic or cultural background in your organization or team, you probably know what it's like to be misunderstood or marginalized. You might find yourself inadvertently overlooked or actively silenced. Even when a work environment is not blatantly racist or hostile, people of color often struggle to thrive--and may end up leaving the organization. Being a minority is not just about numbers. It's about understanding pain, power, and the impact of the past. Organizational consultant Adrian Pei describes key challenges ethnic minorities face in majority-culture organizations. He unpacks how historical forces shape contemporary realities, and what both minority and majority cultures need to know in order to work together fruitfully. If you're a cultural minority working in a majority culture organization, or if you're a majority culture supervisor of people from other backgrounds, learn the dynamics at work. And be encouraged that you can help make things better so that all can flourish.--Publisher website.

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Popular Titles

  • The Samuel Morris storyThe Samuel Morris story


    Young Prince Kaboo knows his fate is sealed. Since his father can no longer meet his captors' ransom demands, Kaboo is to be tortured until death. But a bigger plan is about to unfold! A blinding light appears and the ropes that bind him fall away. Renewed strength floods his bruised body, and a heavenly voice urges him to run! The dramatic events that follow lead the boy prince to take the new name. Nothing will stop Samuel from sharing his growing faith with all who will listen.

  • Praise baby collection: forever reignPraise baby collection: forever reign

  • Growing up wild vol. 2Growing up wild vol. 2 : rainy day, new discoveries, hiking adventure

    Join the adventures of the four Wild brothers growing up as missionary kids in the remote jungles of Papaua, Indonesia. Volume 2 will show you how the Wild brothers have fun on a rainy day,give you glimpses of their discoveries such as a giant phosmid and beautiful butterflies, and take you on a hiking adventure in the tropical rain forest.

  • The Amy Carmichael storyThe Amy Carmichael story

    As little Preena is snatched away from the most gentle woman she has seen in months, she wonders how she will ever again find a way out of the temple, where she is held against her will. How will she find the missionary known as Amy Carmichael, the one who wears a cross and serves a different sort of God? Meanwhile, Amy is also consumed by the awful truth she has learned about the plight of the "temple girls.".

  • Facing the giantsFacing the giants

    A high school football coach with a history of losing games faces not only the pressures from a group of fathers wanting him fired, but also the possibility that his wife can never have children. When he turns to God, will his prayers be answered?.

  • Awesome GodAwesome God : worship songs for children

    Sovereign Grace Music.

  • Dangerous journeyDangerous journey a victorious journey of faith and pilgrimage

    Based on Bunyan's The Pilgim's Progress, this beautifully illustrated adventure story shows children the basic themes of the Christian life and pilgrimage. Nine episodes with leader's guide/Scripture reference guide.

  • Hinds' feet on high placesHinds' feet on high places

    Hurnard, Hannah.

    A Christian allegory follows the journey of Much-Afraid, a dweller in the Valley of Humiliation, to spritual heights in the service of the Chief Shepherd.

  • Erandi's braidsErandi's braids

    Madrigal, Antonio Hernandez.

    In a poor Mexican village, Erandi surprises her mother by offering to sell her long, beautiful hair in order to raise enough money to buy a new fishing net.

  • The illustrated family BibleThe illustrated family Bible : based on the New International Version Bible

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