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Book Review: ‘Bible Bands: Rubber Band Jewelry’ by Katreina Eden

Rubber band jewelry seems to be the hottest new craze, so Eden's book comes at the right time.

Rubber band crafting coupled with Bible verses that will keep children entertained for hours. Read More »

Why We All Should be Dancing to Pharrell’s Monster Hit ‘Happy’!

Be Happy!

'Happy' is lifting people up around the globe. How gratifying it must be to know that his song is making people feel better (and without a prescription). Read More »

Book Review: ‘Seven Mothers’ by Yochi Brandes

Seven Mothers by Yochi Brandes

For those who can read Hebrew, a fascinating new take on biblical stories. Read More »

Book Review: ‘God Is Disappointed in You’ by Mark Russell, Illustrated by Shannon Wheeler

god-disappointed

An attempt at condensing The Bible “stripped of its arcane language and interminable passages” proves irreverently engaging. Read More »

Book Review: The Dog Stars by Peter Heller

This post-apocalyptic world holds moral virtues in scant regard & forces survivors to ask — what are they prepared to do in order to survive? Read More »

Book Review: The Gospel Train by G. Russell Dey

After reading The Gospel Train, you will never again feel exactly the same way about your religion. Read More »

Book Review: The Orthodox Church: New Edition by Timothy Ware

The Orthodox Church is an accessible yet challenging book chronicling the history and tradition of the Eastern Church over the last two thousand years. Read More »

Book Review: The Secrets of Intercessory Prayer: Unleashing God’s Power in the Lives of Those You Love by Jack Hayford

Pray for loved ones with sharpened focus and strengthened faith. Read More »

Book Review: Don’t Be A Foolish Virgin!: Confessions of a Foolish Virgin by Sharon D. Watts

A great resource for people of all ages who are seeking to improve their relationships with God. Read More »

In Search of Peace in South Sudan

Once the guns fall silent and disappear from South Sudan there is no telling how much the country could achieve. Read More »