Monthly Archives: October 2013

Still Lolo by Lauren Scruggs

A few days before Christmas, Lauren Scruggs went up for a short plane ride in a friend’s plane to see Christmas lights.  After landing, she walked into the plane’s propeller and suffered brain damage and lost her left eye and … Continue reading

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Dateline Jerusalem by Chris Mitchell

Chris Mitchell, bureau chief for CBN, has traveled to the Middle East and has reported on recent events that have transpired.  For example, he was present in Egypt when Mubarek was being overthrown.  He has studied how biblical prophecy and … Continue reading

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Shades of Mercy by Anita Lustrea and Caryn Rivadeneira

Mercy is a farm girl in 1950’s Maine who is in love with a young Maliseet man who helps out on her family farm.  The Maliseets, an Indian tribe who had been pushed off their lands, were forced to live … Continue reading

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Choosing to SEE by Mary Beth Chapman

In Choosing to SEE, Mary Beth Chapman shares the story of her life and how the reality differs from her carefully planned out life.  Readers might know of her as the wife of singer Steven Curtis Chapman, but through her … Continue reading

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Blood, Tears, & Joy by Bill D. Hallsted

Bill Hallsted and his wife, Arlene, were in a car accident while Arlene was pregnant with their third child.  After the accident, Arlene was given a medication that doctors believed was safe for pregnant women, but was later found to … Continue reading

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What Are You Afraid Of by Dr. David Jeremiah

Dr. David Jeremiah discusses nine of our greatest fears and provides biblical truths for combating them.  It is safe to assume that everyone is afraid of something, and many fears are shared experiences with others.  Jeremiah spends a chapter talking … Continue reading

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first-time dad by John Fuller

John Fuller, cohost of the daily Focus on the Family broadcast, shares his insights on fatherhood to help prepare first-time dads on some challenges they may face as they and their wives transition from husbands and wives to parents. In … Continue reading

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Christmas in Apple Ridge by Cindy Woodsmall

Christmas in Apple Ridge is a three-in-one collection of stories set in Apple Ridge, Pennsylvania.  The first is The Sound of Sleigh Bells, followed by The Christmas Singing, and finally The Dawn of Christmas.  Each of these stories are also … Continue reading

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Extraordinary Grace by Gary Chapman & Chris Fabry

Gary Chapman & Chris Fabry team up for another book, this one addressing how the ancestors of Jesus demonstrate God’s love and grace.  As Chapman and Fabry state in the introduction, Jesus was the only person in history that was … Continue reading

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Serenity to Accept by Elizabeth Maddrey

Karin Reid, a NICU nurse notices good-looking ER doc Jason Garcia as soon as she sees him in the hospital cafeteria.  Dr. Garcia also notices Karin, but he is a Christian committed to only dating Christians, and Karin has little … Continue reading

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