The Final Race, An Eric Liddell Biography

Chariots of Fire was just the beginning of the story of Eric Liddell, the Olympian who refused to run on a Sunday. In The Final Race, Eric T. Eichinger captures the climax and conclusion of Liddell’s epic life. But he …[ read more ]

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Book Review: Grace in Strange Disguise

“She was only twenty-eight. How could she have cancer? This wasn’t what she’d been promised. Or, what she’d been raised to expect. Hadn’t her father always preached that those who have faith would be protected from the problems that plague …[ read more ]

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Book Review: When Postpartum Packs a Punch

“First I had a baby. Then I felt crazy.” (Tweet that!) To one degree or another, can’t all new moms relate to those opening lines of When Postpartum Packs a Punch? I first met the author, longtime journalist Kristina Cowan, at …[ read more ]

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Book Review: A Lady in Disguise by Sandra Byrd

Every year, an estimated 14,500 to 17,500 people are brought into the United States as slaves. Many of the women and children are forced to serve the sex industry. Unfortunately, this problem isn’t unique to our nation or generation. Even …[ read more ]

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Party of One by Clarice G. James

Did you know loneliness increases your risk of dying early? (Tweet that!) Perhaps no one understands this better than those who have lost a spouse to death or divorce.  Award-winning author Clarice G. James can relate. After 23 years of marriage, …[ read more ]

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