Recent Releases

AMG Publishers

In the Presence of Grace: Prayers & Meditations to Grow By, Lauren E. Myers, 2004, 128 pages, $7.99, softcover. A devotional book designed to challenge readers to a renewed intimacy with God.

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Broken When Life Falls Apart, David Rhodes and Chad Norris, 2004, 168 pages, $10.99, softcover. The fourth book in the Following God for Young Adults series.

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Beacon Hill Press

My Faith Still Holds, compiled by Joyce Williams, 2003, 152 pages, $14.99, softcover. Contains the personal faith stories from women such as First Lady Laura Bush, Condoleeza Rice, Kay Arthur, and others.

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BJU Press

In the Best Possible Light: Godly Femininity in the Twenty-First Century, Beneth Peters Jones, 2004, 241 pages, $12.95, softcover. This is an up-to-date, thorough, elevating, and scriptural look at femininity.

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Concordia Publishing House

God the Father, Bret Taylor, 2004, 63 pages, $6.99, softcover. One of the Lutheran Difference Bible study series which identifies how Lutherans differ from other Christian denominations. Includes: "The Lord Is One"; "God of Promise"; "Our Maker"; "Our Provider, Our Preserver and Protector."

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Worship, Steven P. Mueller, 2004, 80 pages, $6.99, softcover. The latest volume in the Lutheran Difference Bible study series. Includes: "The God We Worship"; "The People Who Worship"; "Elements of Christian Worship"; etc.

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Science and the Savior, Angus Menuge, 2004, 96 pages, $6.99, softcover. From the Faith on the Edge study series. Includes "God's Intentions for Science"; "Science as Sub-creation"; "How Theology Gave Birth to Modern Science"; "Defending the Faith with Science"; etc.

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Crossway Books

The Many Faces of Evil: Theological Systems and the Problems of Evil, John S. Feinberg, 2004, 544 pages, $35.00, softcover. Beginning with a discussion of the logical problem of evil, the writer interacts with leading thinkers who have previously written on these themes.

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.

The Gospel According to John, Colin G. Kruse, 2004, 395 pages, $16.00, softcover. The newest volume of the Tyndale New Testament Commentaries.

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Fortress Press

The Right Road: Life Choices for Clergy, Gwen Wagstrom Halaas, M.D., 2004, 115 pages, $16.00, softcover. An invitation to pastors to think about their health and lifestyle, no matter where their place is in ministry.

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Harvest House Publishers

Less Is More Leadership, H. Dale Burke, 2004, 239 pages, $18.99, hardcover. The 8 disciplines for being a leader and still having a life are gleaned from Jesus' example as He launched His global movement.

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InterVarsity Press

Spiritual Direction and the Care of Souls: A Guide to Christian Approaches and Practices, edited by Gary W. Moon and David G. Benner, 2004, 276 pages, $19.00, softcover. An excellent resource for pastors to help others deepen their understanding and experience spiritual transformation through a personal relationship with God.

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Unexpected Blessing: Living the Countercultural Reality of the Beatitudes, Cameron Lee, 2004, 211 pages, $13.00, softcover. The writer relates each of the Beatitudes with a particular way in which the values of a self-centered world tug at us.

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Man of Honor: How to Be a Hero to the Woman in Your Life, Jim Cote, 2004, 120 pages, $11.00, softcover. Cote describes true heroism, offers contemporary examples, and then lays out four responsibilities, or determinants for evaluating manhood.

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True Truth: Defending Absolute Truth in a Relativistic World, Art Lindsley, 2004, 188 pages, $12.00, softcover. Challenges relativism and shows how it harbors dangerous, inflexible absolutisms.

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Living Ink Books

The Godly Business Woman Guide to Cooking and Entertaining, Kathleen Jackson & Tracey Davison, 2004, 320 pages, $17.99, softcover. Provides user-friendly information for planning, organizing, and executing entertaining events, while providing a foundation for continued spiritual growth.

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Committed but Flawed: Seeking Fresh Ways to Grow Spiritually, Cecil Murphey, 2004, 192 pages, $10.99, softcover. The author focuses, each day, on qualities of specific biblical characters and makes those he lacks his prayer request to God in his daily quiet time.

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The Twenty-Third Psalm for Caregivers, Carmen Leal, 2004, 128 pages, $12.99, hardcover. Offers devotional encouragement, hope, and tender affirmation for all caregivers no matter the disease or situation.

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Regal Books

Fatal Attractions: Why Sex Sins Are Worse Than Others, Jack Hayford, 2004, 100 pages, $9.99, softcover. The first book in the Sexual Integrity Series.

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Zondervan

The Volunteer Revolution: Unleashing the Power of Everybody, Bill Hybels, 2004, 140 pages, $16.99, softcover. Discover how you can unlock the treasury of talent that sits in your pews every Sunday, waiting to display the heart of Jesus by serving others.

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