Tag Archives: nonfiction

Deep Discipleship: How the Church Can Make Whole Disciples of Jesus

English provides not just a great book about recapturing the church’s call to discipleship, but also why this is desperately vital.

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Songs from the Silent Passage

Walter Wangerin, Jr. (1944-2021) wrote many things. He released his first novel, a fantasy based on the Canterbury Tales titled Book of the Dun Cow, in 1978 and won considerable awards for it. Over the next forty-three years he wrote memoirs, poems, novels about Biblical figures, and gave many seminars about writing as a Christian. Here, friends and colleagues give their thoughts on his impressive body of work:

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Fighting for Life

Lila Rose started Live Action at age 15 and today it has one of the largest and
most engaged online following in the pro-life movement. She describes what
she has learned to encourage others to follow their passion and be a force for
good in a broken and fallen world.

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The Anxiety Reset

This book deals with the issue of anxiety. Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder both in the United States and around the world. The World Health Organization reports that 1 in 13 suffers from anxiety worldwide. With many facing increased anxiety in the midst of the present pandemic, this book is a very helpful resource.

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