Living in Bonus Time: Surviving Cancer, Finding New Purpose

Generally, books about surviving disease or addiction take one of two routes. One route is to tell the story in a very objective way, with lots of references to other resources, with clear conclusions or takeaways. Another route is to write the story like a memoir or creative nonfiction piece, making it hard to tell what the takeaways are but really capturing the chaos that rages when going through hard times. Hill leans toward the first route, but doesn’t use that format as a copout to make cancer survival seem easy.

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You are so wonderful

This is a lovely book that will be enjoyed repeatedly by young readers and listeners.

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My Utmost for His Highest (Updated Language Limited Edition)

This edition features updated language for contemporary readers, as well as a forward by King & Country singer Luke Smallbone.

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The Athlete Inside: The Transforming Power of Hope, Tenacity, and Faith

The author’s story carries a maturity and impact that too many motivational books can’t give because the authors usually haven’t experienced much of life yet. Reynolds gives readers hope it’s possible to change one’s life around at any stage.

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The spiritually vibrant home: The power of messy prayers, loud tables, and open doors

The author, Don Everts, throughout the book gives readers many concrete ideas of how they can use their homes, despite the size of family or the house itself, to make a greater impact in the world for Christ.

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The Way of the Brave (Global Search and Rescue #1)

The main characters are each carrying difficult burdens form past traumas, and the plot pushes them to face what they believe about God’s goodness as they come to terms with those traumas.

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Coffee with Mom: Caring for a patient with dementia

Pastor Mike Glenn had coffee with his mom every morning during her time of dementia. He regales us with stories of his mom as she was during his growing up years, his grown-up years and later the mom she becomes due to dementia.

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