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Discipled by Jesus

    Do you wish you could step back in time to sit at Jesus’ feet? You don’t need to, because he’s discipling people today! Encouraging you to center your life in him, Gelinas draws on Scripture to show that … Continue reading

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Generous Love

    A Fresh, Down-to-Earth Look on Living and Loving Well If asked, most of us want to make a difference, to live and love generously. But we get caught in the crazy rush of household routines, work demands, cranky … Continue reading

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Blind Betrayal

  Deputy U.S. Marshal Casey Sloane has worked at the St. Louis Marshals office for two years and is given a routine assignment to help transport a reporter to D.C. to testify before a grand jury. Valerie, the reporter, was … Continue reading

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42 Seconds

    The average length of Jesus’ conversations as recorded in the Gospels was 42 seconds long. This is good news for all of us. It frees us up to talk about the most important part of our lives in … Continue reading

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Unimaginable

    In a day when Christians are often attacked for their beliefs, professor and speaker Jeremiah Johnston offers an inspiring look at the positive influence of Christianity, both historically and today. In Unimaginable, you’ll discover the far-reaching ways that Christianity … Continue reading

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Where the Fire Falls

    Watercolorist Olivia Rutherford has shed her humble beginnings to fashion her image as an avant-garde artist to appeal to the region’s wealthy art-collectors. When she lands a lucrative contract painting illustrations of Yosemite National Park for a travel … Continue reading

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The Heart’s Appeal

    Strong-minded and independent Julia Bernay comes to London to study medicine and become a doctor–a profession that has only just opened up to women. She witnesses a serious accident, and through her quick actions saves the life of … Continue reading

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A Refuge Assured

      Lacemaker Vivienne Rivard never imagined her craft could threaten her life. Yet in revolutionary France, it is a death sentence when the nobility, and those associated with them, are forced to the guillotine. Vivienne flees to Philadelphia … Continue reading

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The Empowered

  Just when a mysterious death in Washington, DC, appears to have voodoo connections rooted in New Orleans, Trevor Black also receives an invitation to speak at the national ABA convention in the city. He knows he’ll be in enemy … Continue reading

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Out Of The Ashes

    After the death of their father, Collette and Jean-Michel Langelier are no longer tied to post-war France. While his sister dreams of adventure, Jean-Michel is hoping to finally escape reminders of the horrors he faced in the war. … Continue reading

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