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Lamp to My Feet (Ordinary Man Trilogy #3)

Frances Smith (née Chapman) aims for an interesting hybrid, part biography and part novel. She tries to tell her and her husband’s stories as truly as possible, with occasional fictional details to fill in the gaps.

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Stranger no more

Tells an amazing story that should resonate with all Christians in our interaction and concern for refugees as well as using our past to help others with theirs.

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Johnny Cash: Redemption of an American Icon

This book will inspire readers as it shows how Cash dealt with his demons, and give fascinating insights into how a person’s faith impacts their battles with addiction.

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Jean Vanier: Portrait of a Free Man

Constant does a beautiful job of covering the major events and accomplishments in Vanier’s life. Like many biographies of seminal Christian leaders, she praises him highly and occasionally compares him to Biblical figures or saints.

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