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The Legend of the Easter Egg
Lori Walburg

The Legend of the Easter Egg

Posted  April 17, 2014  by  Susan Faloon

This children’s Easter book tells of how Jesus broke free of death and the tomb, just as a chick breaks free of its’ eggshell to start a new life.

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The Pelican Bride
Beth White

The Pelican Bride

Posted  April 16, 2014  by  Sara Shoop

It was neat to see early America through the eyes of the newcomers and to experience what life was like in the colonies at that time, especially since there were so many people vying for the land.

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The Amish Groom
Mindy Starns Clark

The Amish Groom

Posted  April 15, 2014  by  Rachel Brand

Although “The Amish Groom” didn’t have that special factor that pushed it into the “loved it!” category, it was still an incredibly engaging story. If you’re getting burned out on typical Amish novels, I’d definitely recommend reading this one.

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NIV Hope in the Mourning Bible
Timothy Beals

NIV Hope in the Mourning Bible

Posted  April 14, 2014  by  Annette Kristynik

The “NIV Hope in the Mourning Bible” is not a study Bible; its mission is to address and comfort the grieving.

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A Broken Kind of Beautiful
Katie Ganshert

A Broken Kind of Beautiful

Posted  April 11, 2014  by  Heather Adams

The story has a very meaningful message about self worth, redemption, and God’s plan for our lives.

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Merry Humbug Christmas

Merry Humbug Christmas

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Our Review 4 / 5 - Very Good
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Ragamuffin Bible

NIV Ragamuffin Bible

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Our Review 4.5 / 5 - Excellent
by Susan Faloon
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The Jacob Sessions, Season 2, Episode #2: Should Christians Be Cynical?

Guest host Justin Eimers discusses the Relevant magazine article, 'The Most Damaging Attitude in Our Churches' and asks the question, "Should Christians be cynical?"
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My Amish Boyfriend

My Amish Boyfriend

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Our Review 5 / 5 - Near Perfect
2014 LIME AWARD NOMINEE
by Susan Faloon
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EPISODE #4

AITC Episode #4: Brooklyn Hipsters & A Conversation about The Rise of the [Social] Occult

Urban Christian apologist Calvin Moore discusses the Relevant magazine (Jan/Feb '14) article, "Witchcraft: Hipsters' Newest Thing?" and has a conversation with Ms. Carole Hoste about her brief encounters with the occult.
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Fideism

AITC Episode #3: Fideism, Evidentialism, and the Need for Christian Apologetics

Urban Christian apologist Calvin Moore discusses fideism, evidentialism, and the need for Christian apologetics.
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Captives

Captives

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Our Review 5 / 5 - Near Perfect
by Danyelle Hunnicutt
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Dark Justice

Dark Justice

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Our Review 4 / 5 - Very Good
by Jodie Moore
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It Had to Be You

It Had to Be You

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Our Review 5 / 5 - Near Perfect
2014 LIME AWARD NOMINEE
by Susan Faloon
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The Jacob Sessions, Season 2, Episode #1: Are All Biblical Texts Authoritative?

In our Season 2 opener, guest host Nicholas Quient asks the question, "If a Biblical text is not original, is it still authoritative in the life of the Christian?"
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