How the light gets in

One particular issue in How the light gets in is doing the right thing despite how hard it might be.

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No one ever asked

This is a gripping story, one that is based on true events which makes it even more compelling to the reader. It will grab hold of you and come back to your thoughts long after you have finished the book

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Manhattan Grace

This is a charming story with a lot of scenarios going on at the same time yet all coming full circle and meeting in the end.

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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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A Week in the Life of a Slave (A Week in the Life #5)

This book will give readers a much better understanding of what slavery looked like in the time of the apostles and help them truly appreciate the magnitude of Paul’s teachings on the subject.

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The Road to Glory: Meditations On the Way from Here to Heaven

Despite good ideas and an intriguing concept, Dillon’s execution keeps the book from reaching its full potential.

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Joy after noon

This is a story of a second marriage and a blended family and most of all, misconceptions.

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How Much is a Little Girl Worth?

This story points out that our value is found in God’s love for us and the fact that he sacrificed even his own son for us.

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