Manual to Manhood

(Book Review) The Manual to Manhood

The Manual To Manhood is an extensive “How To” book, using step-by-step instruction on everyday need-to-know tasks that are crucial for men.

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Speak

(Book Review) Speak: How Your Story Can Change the World

Mrs. Weiseth really wants to have a coffee date with you. In her new book, Speak, she illustrates the power of storytelling. We all have a story to tell, and we do not realize how much power it conceals.

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2014 Conference Promo

ECLA Conference 2014 Recap

The 2014 ECLA annual conference was a wonderful success! 105 people attended from 8 states. College Church in Wheaton is a beautiful church and it was truly a blessing for them to host our event this year. We held a two day conference that started out with workshops on selecting new books, weeding out the […]

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Messages

(Book Review) Messages From Estillyen

William E. Jefferson’s romance novel, Messages of Estillyen, follows newlyweds Goodwin and Hollie Macbreeze as they search for comfort and peace. On the final leg of their journey, prompted by a sketch Goodwin made as a young boy and the recommendation of his grandfather, they are headed for the mysterious Isle of Estillyen—home to the Old Order of Message Makers.

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Jesus, A Visual History

(Book Review) Jesus, A Visual History

Brake takes the reader on a journey through Jesus’ life, providing many details and a look into the world in which Jesus lived.

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Amish Bride

(Book Review) The Amish Bride

Mennonite-reared Ella Bayer travels to Indiana on a mission to decipher a code in an old family journal.

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Trivial Pursuits

(Book Review) Trivial Pursuits

Diorio uses his unique journey from being a Los Angeles disc jockey to a Christian apologist as the basis for his connection to media, money, and the pursuit of happiness.

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