One more river to cross

The story is compelling and the characters are well written, many will pull at your heartstrings and you will be hoping against hope for their rescues. The story itself with hold the reader’s interest until the very end, even to the author’s notes and acknowledgements.

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Searching for Spring: How God Makes All Things Beautiful in Time

This book will re-orient the way readers view struggles, leading them to see how God works even the hardest things for their good in the end.

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The end of hunger: Renewed hope for feeding the world

The end of hunger brings a wide variety of people together to share their thoughts, ideas and statistics on world hunger and its repercussions beyond hunger itself. Activists, scientists, politicians, people like Chef Rick Bayless and entertainers like Amy Grant and country singer Brad Paisley and the list goes on and on with names the reader will recognize and those not so well known.

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Reading Buechner: Exploring the Works of a Master Memoirist, Novelist, Theologian, and Preacher

Frederick Buechner first hit the literary scene in 1950 with his acclaimed novel A Long Day’s Dying. A few years later, he shocked those readers by converting to Christianity and becoming an ordained Presbyterian minister. Since then, he’s walked an unusual path, writing novels and assorted nonfiction that present spiritual ideas, but not in the ways most people are used to. Jeffrey Munroe analyzes Buechner’s career and spiritual life, with different sections considering different genres Buechner has written in. The sections look at what are arguably Buechner’s best books:

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