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We Stood Upon Stars

  Get Lost. . . and Find What Really Matters   We are made for freedom and adventure, friendship and romance. Yet too much of life is spent unfulfilled at work, restless at home, and bored at church.  All the … Continue reading

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Home on the Range

  Can the brother left behind and a woman without hope work together for the good of two precious children? Nick Stafford stayed in central Washington, working his family’s large ranch after his brothers left to pursue other passions—but his toughest job … Continue reading

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Is The Bible Good For Women?

  Many, both inside and outside the church, are concerned that an orthodox understanding of the Bible is threatening and even harmful to women. After all, the Bible has a number of passages regarding women that are deeply troubling and … Continue reading

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Newton & Polly

  Amazing grace! How sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost, but now am found Now remembered as the author of the world’s most famous hymn, in the mid-eighteenth century as England and France … Continue reading

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Luther and Katharina

She was a nun of noble birth. He, a heretic, a reformer…an outlaw of the Holy Roman Empire.   In the 16th century, nun Katharina von Bora’s fate fell no further than the Abbey. Until she read the writings of … Continue reading

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Rise Of The Fallen

    A six thousand year war rages and now the demonic Fallen are coming for him—the one man shrouded in mystery. Only Validus stands in their way. Validus is the last and least of God’s angels, but he’s seen … Continue reading

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Miss Brenda and the Loveladies

Brenda Spahn was a businesswoman who wouldn’t take no for an answer when she discovered that God wouldn’t either. When she invited seven hardened parolees into her Southen mansion, she expected to house them, not love them. But her reluctant … Continue reading

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10 Days Without

“Life is full of good intentions, but for too many, our good intentions never become good actions—they don’t move us forward, draw us closer to God, or make a difference in the world. Good intentions are cans of paint that … Continue reading

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Burning Sky

“I remember the borders of our land, though I have been gone from them nearly half the moons of my life. But who there will remember me? What I have seen, what I have done, it has changed me.   … Continue reading

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A Global War on Christians

One of the most respected journalists in the United States and the bestselling author of The Future Church uses his unparalleled knowledge of world affairs and religious insight to investigate the troubling worldwide persecution of Christians.   From Iraq and Egypt to … Continue reading

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