Dream Big: Know What You Want, Why You Want It, and What You’re Going to Do About It

Goff doesn’t refer to Christianity throughout the book, but his understanding of people having a calling to pursue is clearly set in a Judeo-Christian understanding that people are born with a purpose and God-given skill sets.

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All that we carried

The theme of this book is forgiveness: forgiveness of self, others and of God Himself.

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Misleading Miss Verity

Where the book really shines is in its message about how we can trust the Lord. Verity excuses many of her behaviors on her hostility toward the gospel, yet we are given the privilege of seeing how immediate a change can be when she places her own faith and trust in God. This book is a real winner for the reader longing to see such a transformation. It gives us hope!

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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 Sacred Overlap: Learning to Live Faithfully in the Space Between

This is a terrific book that captures a complex Biblical idea in a way that laymen and experts can both understand.

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The Spice King

This novel includes lessons to be cautious when judging others, and to be quick to recognize the true value of relationships. The book is the first in a series that continues the intrigue introduced in this book. It is definitely an engaging read.

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