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How to Be a Patriotic Christian: Love of Country as Love of Neighbor

The humility, clear writing and practical emphasis make this book a breath of fresh air for Christians who have been tempted to give up on discussing politics or patriotism at all. A wonderful primer on loving God while also loving one’s nation.

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Analog Christian: Cultivating Contentment, Resilience, and Wisdom in the Digital Age

Ultimately, Kim makes a compelling case that while Christians don’t have to totally eliminate their digital

tech, moderation is vital.

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Resilient silence: A Deaf-experience suspense novel

Written in a futuristic society, ten years from now, in Washington state, this is the story of two brothers, both deaf, yet their deafness happening at different stages of their lives and in different ways.

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Discover Your Gifts: Celebrating How God Made You and Everyone You Know

Everts points out that we may have the most difficulty acknowledging God’s gifting in people who ruffle our feathers or are downright hurtful to us. An example he weaves in and out is his initially rocky relationship with his stepfather Buzz and how it transformed when he started seeing Buzz through the eyes of God’s gifting.

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