John & Stasi Eldredge are both open & honest for this book they have written together.
At the bottom click to watch the webcast about their book.
Added by Carol Mellott on December 30, 2009 at 11:58am —
I just finished reading When the Church Was a Family
by Joseph H. Hellerman (B&H Publishing Group, 2009). It was truly an experience where God brought the book my way because He knew I needed to read this book. My copy is full of yellow highlights and sticky tabs that I will use now to process the… Continue
Added by Morlee Maynard on December 28, 2009 at 12:08pm —
Wonderful book - could not lay it down - very interesting about her life in Alaska and the trial and tribulations of running for a political office.
Added by Jolene Howell on December 26, 2009 at 7:37pm —
I have just finished reading this latest book by Elizabeth Musser (The Swan House, Searching for Eternity). I really enjoyed her previous books, mentioned above, and read this one in hopes of recommending it for our book club. I definitely plan to suggest it for our January title. It is intriguing the way the characters mesh in surprising ways. Mrs. Musser knows how to craft a great story while infusing it with spiritually important themes. Highly recommended!
Added by Karen Hutchinson on December 21, 2009 at 10:33am —
I'll kick off The Circle with a book I just finished. It was great fun and mysterious at the same time. Michael Snyder gives his stories a great sense of humor. The mystery of a murder investigation is full of twists and turns. I highly recommend it for your consideration.
My Name Is Russell Fink Continue
By Michael Snyder / Zondervan…
Added by Morlee Maynard on December 16, 2009 at 9:46am —
Touted as a Twilight alternative for the Christian fiction market, John Olson's Powers (and Shade before it) is a "super-natural thriller filled with menace, intrigue and relentless action" according to CBA Retailers and Resources. It released last week. Visit JohnBOlson.com for a free download of a comic adaptation of the book which is sure to thrill your YA crowd.
Added by Julie Gwinn on December 14, 2009 at 12:26pm —