ECLA Spring Event

DATE: April 22, 2016 TIME: 10:30am LOCATION: Baker Books, 2768 East Paris Avenue, Grand Rapids, MI 49546   Knowing how much everyone enjoys Chris Jager at our fall conference, you are all invited to Baker Books in Michigan for an all day event. We’ll begin with book reviews by Chris of newer titles that you […]

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Hey ECLA supporters! Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two of the busiest shopping days of the year. Why not use your purchases to support the Evangelical Church Library Association by shopping at Just click on the link below and start shopping!  

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The Moment Between

(Book Review) The Moment Between

Reviewed by: Hanna Smith, professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: The Moment Between Author: Nicole Baart Publisher: Tyndale House Publication Date: April 2009 Format: Paperback Length: 362 Pages OVERVIEW Abigail Bennett has been in her sister’s shadow since the day she was born. The only one able to calm her sister’s instability, Abigail […]

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Help My Unbelief

(Book Review) Help My Unbelief

As humans, we want instant answers. When we cannot find the answers we crave, we get discouraged. As Christians, it is hard for us to put all our faith in God when he does not always seem to answer our prayers.

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Jesus in All Four Seasons

(Book Review) Jesus in All Four Seasons

Jesus in All Four Seasons by Dr. Dennis E. Hensley is the sequel to Jesus in the 9 to 5. A brand new genre of book has been created via this series called the “factvella”; part nonfiction, part fiction, but all compelling, inspirational and even practical.

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Ghost Boy

(Book Review) Ghost Boy

Reviewed by: Virginia Peterson, former church librarian Church: Rochester, N.Y. Introduction Title: Ghost Boy: the miraculous escape of a misdiagnosed boy trapped inside his own body Author: Martin Pistorius Publisher: Nelson Books (Thomas Nelson) Publication Date: November 19, 2013 Format: Print and ebook Length: 276 Pages OVERVIEW At age 12, Martin came down with a mysterious illness that left […]

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Someday Home

(Book Review) Someday Home

Someday Home has a rather unusual plot, although the theme of women’s friendship is a perennial favorite of readers.

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