THE PAINTED CASTLE

This novel is compelling, and is one definitely difficult to put down. Like any great work of Christian fiction, it is also one where we can learn of our own vulnerabilities and how to overcome them with faith in the only One who can transform us and our broken lives.

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My vertical neighborhood: How strangers became a community

This is a book that you might read in one sitting, the stories are so compelling. Or you might reread it several times to glean all it has to offer. However your approach, don’t miss it!

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Interview with Bill Myers

Check out an interview with Bill Myers and hear about his new movie and his new book.

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Spring 2021 Event

The 2021 ECLA Annual Spring event is set for May 6, 7, and 8th. This mini-conference will be virtual although we are holding out hope that our fall conference will be in-person. Event Information Date: May 6, 7, & 8 Location: Your own home via the internet Registration Fees: $10 You’ll also receive a 30% […]

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The Librarians’ ZOOM Round Table

Join us on the first Saturday of each month at 10:30 a.m. This is an informal time for librarians and book lovers to discuss and share. A different topic each month led by the inimitable Cathy Askeland!   To register or any questions, email admin@eclalibraries.org and you will be sent the ZOOM Link

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Question and Answer with Lynn Austin, Author of: If I Were You

Lynn Austin has sold more than one and a half million copies of her books worldwide. A former teacher who now writes and speaks full-time, she has won eight Christy Awards for her historical fiction and was one of the first inductees into the Christy Award Hall of Fame. One of her novels, Hidden Places, […]

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News about the ECLA 2020 Conference!

The 2020 ECLA Annual Conference is going to be the most unique, never before done, high tech, futuristic conference ever seen!

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The crushing depths

There is a strong Christian worldview with some mention of Christianity scattered throughout.

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A Gentle Answer

In each chapter, he considers a Gospel passage about Jesus and then spends the rest of the chapter talking about that story’s basic principle (with references to current events or ministry anecdotes).

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To Steal a Heart

The author takes us into New York City in 1886 to show us the plight of children without parents. They become street orphans and are taken in by characters not interested in their welfare.(

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True Myth: C. S. Lewis and Joseph Campbell on the Veracity of Christianity

As Menzie contrasts Lewis’ and Campbell’s views, he shows why it’s important to understand whether Christianity makes historic claims and what those claims are.

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