The first love

It is truly a sweet story of a young woman’s physical problems, how they affect her life and of her lovely family.

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God Made Me and You

This is a story about ethnic diversity, written from a biblical perspective, encouraging kids to get along with one another with Scripture backup.

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Just. You. Wait. Patience, Contentment, and Hope for the Everyday

An excellent book for people who are tired of waiting and equally tired of “pat responses” to what they should do while waiting.

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**SAVE THE DATE** ECLA 2019 Library Conference!

Join us in celebrating the annual ECLA conference and enjoy free book giveaways, author meet and greets, and spending time with other christian librarians and book lovers!

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ECLA SPRING BOOK EVENT & ALL-DAY CONFERENCE!

LIBRARIANS’ BOOK DAY at Baker Books — Free Event! Friday, May 3 Reviews by Chris Jager! Enjoy new books at a discount price as well as Baker’s extensive used book division Books are at a 30% discount price for conference attenders, Friday and Saturday. To register, simply e-mail president@eclalibraries.org WHY A CHURCH LIBRARIAN’S MINISTRY MATTERS […]

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Everyone a Child Should Know

Reviewed by: Linda Weddle, blogger, https://groundthemforlife.com/ and free-lance writer   Introduction Title: Everyone a Child Should Know Author: Clare Heath-Whyte and illustrated by Jenny Brake Publisher: 10Publishing Publication Date: October 11, 2017 Format: Hardcover OVERVIEW Technically, I don’t think this book covers EVERYONE a child should know, but it does have more than 50 short bios […]

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The sea prayers: A Carolina coast novel

The sea prayers has a strong Christian worldview with particular attention to forgiveness of others and of self.

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Making A Difference: Impacting Culture and Society as a Christian (previously published as Lifeviews)

How Christian is America, really? If it’s lost its Christian values, how can Christians bring them back? R.C. Sproul addresses those questions, making a compelling case that American culture is more secular than most people realize.

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