“Love Comes Home” is well worth the read for those who enjoy stories of faith, love, and family. Despite the simplicity of the prose, readers will enjoy Gabhart’s story about sisters who care deeply about their family and their community.
I’ve read other books on similar topics of ego, transparency, good works, sanctification. But Chandler has an inborn talent for teaching with clarity and influence. He speaks on a level anyone can understand.
Robert Liparulo is also an award-winning author of Comes A Horseman, Germ and the recently-released Deadfall. He has written over a thousand published articles and short stories. He is currently a contributing editor for Ne...
Sho Baraka is the newest Reach Records recording artist to drop an album. Turn My Life Up is easily one of the best Christian rap albums to come along in quite some time. Like the hypostatic union of Christ, both Scripture and ...
In the wake of Mitt Romney’s much-hyped speech on faith and religion, questions remain. Though Romney remarked that “no candidate should become the spokesman for his faith,” early indications are that his Mormon faith wil...
Atheism is making a comeback. There have been documentaries. There is a new feature film with atheistic undertones on the horizon. Several atheist authors are in the news and selling books like wildfire. Apparently, non-...
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