(Book review) We’re Hungry Too

Ellie loves to visit Aunt Miranda, the best cook in the world! In this lovely book, after a good breakfast, the little girl and her aunt encounter a variety of animals who are hungry too — birds, caterpillars, homeless cats. They even learn that some children don’t have enough when they meet someone who is collecting money to help such boys and girls. At each encounter, they see a way to help.

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Fierce Marriage: Radically Pursuing Each Other in Light of Christ’s Relentless Love

Reviewed by: Megan Alms, Professional Writing Major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Fierce Marriage: Radically Pursuing Each Other in Light of Christ’s Relentless Love Author: Ryan and Selena Frederick Publisher: Baker Books Publication Date:  2018 Format: Print book Length: 234 pages OVERVIEW Ryan and Selena’s marriage began with a life-and-death crisis. Upon graduating college, the new couple decided to go on […]

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The Storm-Tossed Family: How the Cross Reshapes the Home

Reviewed by: Connor Salter, Professional Writing student at Taylor University   Introduction Title: The Storm-Tossed Family: How the Cross Reshapes the Home Author: Russell Moore Publisher: : B&H Publishing Group Publication Date: 2018 Format: Paperback Length: 306 pages OVERVIEW “Family,” Russell Moore says early in this book, is “the source of life-giving blessing but also of excruciating terror, often all at the […]

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Awards and Their Winners

Awards for Christian Books Book awards have been around for a long time and there are many different kinds. Here some of the biggest Christian Literature Awards, where they started and who are their biggest winners.

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(Book review) The Advent of the Lamb of God

The people of Israel have been repressed by the world for years. Yet, they still have hope. Their God has promised to send them a savior who will break their chains and free them from the violence and torment of a world gone mad.

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(Book review) Healing Our Broken Humanity

Healing Our Broken Humanity is an insightful book that introduces a scripturally based vision for the modern church. The book is centralized around ten practices that modern Christians have the capability to implement into their daily lives as the modern church moves toward cultural restoration. The authors highlight the need for racial healing, which sets Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Graham Hill apart as bold pursuers of Christ.

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(Book review) Faith Alone

R. C. Sproul’s Faith Alone is an excellent, in-depth history and analysis of the difference between the Roman Catholic and Reformer views of the doctrine of justification. The Reformers’ beliefs stand firm in the idea that faith is all a sinner needs to be saved, but good works will surely follow if the faith is true. This means justification is only obtained through Jesus’ sacrifice and God’s grace.

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