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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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The Second Happy

This is a very practical book on marriage. The authors begin by saying everyone wants a happy marriage and most everyone begins marriage happy. As time goes on, a couple may become less happy. This book provides some practical steps for married couples to take to live “The Second Happy.”

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Another Gospel? : A Lifelong Christian Seeks Truth in Response to Progressive Christianity

While the book’s not contextual enough to work as an analysis of progressive Christianity, Childers does a fine job of summarizing progressive objections, the classic answers, and showing the personal angle in apologetics.

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Next Steps: You’ve Accepted Jesus. Now What?

In Next Steps, the author unpacks the basics of Christianity, addressing the spiritual concerns that girls need to know as they begin their spiritual journeys.

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