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Hurting Yet Whole: Reconciling Body and Spirit in Chronic Pain and Illness

A great mix of research and personal stories, breaking new ground in the discussion about suffering in the evangelical world.

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Healthy Faith and the Coronavirus Crisis: Thriving in the Covid-19 Pandemic

Each chapter looks at the pandemic and its topic(s) from a biblical perspective and encourages the reader to consider how he or she can grow in relationship with God and others through these challenging times. 

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Francis Schaeffer: An Authentic Life

Working with a wide variety of materials, some more controversial than others, Duriez creates a well-crafted book that ranks up there with his work on C.S. Lewis. His combination of good storytelling and careful research produce a compelling read that will appeal to first-time students and academics alike.

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Let the World See You

Rarely have I read a memoir type book like this that is written with such humility and vulnerability. Sam Acho is more than qualified to speak on this subject, but he writes each of his stories with the knowledge that God was working through him and he does nothing from his own power or fame.

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