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Posting Peace: Why Social Media Divides Us and What We Can Do About It

Bursch routinely takes readers back to understanding that hard is may be, to be a Christian is to pursue peacemaking and reconciliation between people. He carefully shows what this looks like in a social media context, giving humble but perceptive insights.

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Journey to Love

The purpose of this book is to help the reader learn to accept love from others and to love those around them. This is a collection of 40 short, story-driven readings with reflection questions and exercises at the end of each reading. These questions and exercises will help the reader process the readings, record their thoughts in a journal and perhaps even discuss the concepts with friends.  The goal of this is to find out how to be more loving and to receive more love.

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Taking the Lead: Winning Business Principles that Fuel Joe Gibbs Racing

This book still has the typical nuts and bolts of an inspirational, “you can do it” business book, but there’s a sense of Christian servitude and honesty which seems genuine.

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Beyond the Battle: A Man’s Guide to His Identity in Christ in an Oversexualized World

Filipiak continually goes back to the Bible, highlighting the dignity which the Bible imparts to women as wonderfully created humans, and encourages men to understand that idea. He also carefully shows that this new attitude is not possible without being renewed in Christ daily and finding a community of Christians who will serve as accountability partners and mentors.

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