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Intentional Faith: Aligning your Life with the Heart of God

This book is intended for a more mature Christian who needs encouragement to boost their faith life. While many, if not all, of these practices could also be used to encourage a new Christian or even an unbeliever to establishing a strong faith life, it is clear that the intended audience is Christians with established faith lives who feel burnt out and need encouragement to try something new to get closer to God.

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The Rescuer: One Firefighter’s Story of Courage, Darkness, and the Relentless Love that Saved Him

The author’s stories about arrogant Christians highlight the problem of being legalistic, while his stories about helpful Christians highlight the shocking redemptive power that a mature faith can have on people.

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Nothing short of wondrous

Although a theme readers have read many times of wounded hearts not sure they can love again, the setting of Yellowstone in the 1800’s is rather unique and brings a distinction to the plot and setting.

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Depression, Anxiety, and Other Things We Don’t Want to Talk About

In short, Waller does a great job of explaining why mental health is such an important subject and what Christians can do to create healing spaces for people with mental illnesses.

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