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'Life After Art' | Matt Appling
In his book, "Life After Art,"»
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'What It Means to Be a Man' Book Trailer | Rhett Smith
In a world full of demands, it's hard to»
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The Christian Traveler’s Guide to the Holy Land [Book Review] by Charles H. Dyer, Greg A. Hatteberg (Chicago: Moody Publishers; New Edition, 2014) Travel guides about journeying to the Holy Land are a dime a dozen. I have read many of them. But the newly revised and updated edition of The Christian Traveler’s Guide to the Holy Land represents the best general volume for the Evangelical. I have recommended this book to many people, a»
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This week I finished reading a book by Mike Guzzardo called “All In” from Moody Publishers. I received the book at no cost from the publishing company with permission to read and review it. To be honest, I thought this was another book that was just going to tell me that if I want to get all of God’s blessings, then I need to totally surrender to him. However, the first chapter paints a picture of our walk with Jesus as a journey up a steep»
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This week I finished reading a book by Mike Guzzardo called “All In” from Moody Publishers. I received the book at no cost from the publishing company with permission to read and review it. To be honest, I thought this was another book that was just going to tell me that if I want to get all of God’s blessings, then I need to totally surrender to him. However, the first chapter paints a picture of our walk with Jesus as a journey up a stee»
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If this post is not displaying correctly, view the original post here: The In-Between: Embracing the Tension Between Now and the Next Big Thing [Book] The In-Between: Embracing the Tension Between Now and the Next Big Thing by Jeff Goins (Chicago, IL: Moody Publishers, 2013) At some point we have all been there. Waiting between one adventure or dream and the next. It can be frustrating being in the “in-between” times of our lives. In th»
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The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) has announced their thirty-six finalists in seven categories for the 2013 Christian Book Awards. The ECPA awards honor Christian publishing’s best books of the year. Each category has five finalists except for Inspiration, which has six due to a tie.  One will be chosen from each category. Notice that DTS's own Jennie Allen is a finalist in the "new author" category. (You can catch a gli»
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So, I recently finished Kevin DeYoung’s book “Just Do Something: A Liberating Approach to Finding God’s Will OR How to Make A Decision Without Dream, Visions, Fleeces, Impressions, Open Doors, Random Bible Verses, Casting Lots, Liver Shivers, Writing In The Sky, Etc.”. The title alone has it’s own paragraph in my post, but I can assure you that this little book is a quick read, and most people simply refer to the title as “Just Do So»
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Some of our team are in Atlanta for the International Christian Retail Show (follow hashtag #icrs and #icrs2014 for updates). Today Colleen Coble, Cynthia Ruchti and some of the ACFW staff announced this year’s Carol Award nominees. The winners will be announced during the 2014 ACFW National Conference in Indianapolis at the Gala on September 27, 2014. Congrats to all the nominees. We are so pleased to see so many of our clients on the list. De»
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Some of our team are in Atlanta for the International Christian Retail Show (follow hashtag #icrs and #icrs2014 for updates). Today Colleen Coble, Cynthia Ruchti and some of the ACFW staff announced this year’s Carol Award nominees. The winners will be announced during the 2014 ACFW National Conference in Indianapolis at the Gala on September 27, 2014. Congrats to all the nominees. We are so pleased to see so many of our clients on the list. De»