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Blood from a Stone

All in all, Blood from Stone proves to be a witty, enchanting memoir with some great insights, insights that will appeal even to people who aren’t wine lovers.

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Beyond your wardrobe

Filled with Scripture, Beyond your wardrobe not only addresses wardrobe but the attitude of godly modesty as well. 

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Rembrandt is in the Wind: Learning to Love Art Through the Eyes of Faith

Russ Ramsey shows how each of these artists was reaching in some way for God, even the ones who (as far as we know) didn’t find God. In doing so, Ramsey reminds readers that all truth is God’s truth, recognized or not. He also provides great insights on what Christian creatives can learn from these artists about craft, living the artist’s life, and pitfalls to avoid.

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The story of us 

In a very artistic manner, the Biblical events from Creation to restoration are demonstrated for children.

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