Tag Archives: Non-fiction

When God Rescripts Your Life

Velasquez views her pain in this way: “God is repurposing my pain. I’m kinder now. I’m a more intentional listener. . . . And it’s made me much, much closer to God” (183).

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A Big Gospel in Small Places: Why Ministry in Forgotten Communities Matters

Witmer creates a compelling vision of what pastors can accomplish even in little-known places. A relevant, well-written response to a discrepancy in modern ministry

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The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction

In The Common Rule, Justin Earley offers four daily and four weekly habits that are designed to help us create and stick to routines that are centered around prayer and mindfulness.

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Beyond Awkward Side Hugs

A book about relationships shouldn’t just benefit a reader—it should benefit a community. Beyond Awkward Side Hugs does an excellent job of putting that at the forefront.

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