The Christian Post named Unstoppable by Nick Vujicic one of “5 Christian Books Released in 2013 That You MUST Read!” Go here to view the full list.
Trevin Wax’s Clear Winter Nights was featured on Beliefnet.com. Go here to read “7 Words of Wisdom When You’re Questioning Your Faith.” Clear Winter Nights uses theology in story to explore faith, doubt, and the relevance of unchanging truth.
USATODAY.com recommends Burning Sky by Lori Benton stating, “With a flow of tale reminiscent of the brilliant Laura Frantz, Burning Sky is, by and far, a story — in the best sense of that word — and debut novelist Lori Benton is a storyteller who should earn reserved seating in the historical romance section of your bookshelf.”
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The Historical Novel Society recommends Burning Sky by Lori Benton stating, “This story is well written and researched. Even those who do not read Christian fiction will find Willa’s story compelling. Recommended to anyone who enjoys the frontier and Revolutionary War period.”
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Popular Bible study teacher, speaker and New York Times bestselling author Liz Curtis Higgs is featured this month on the cover of Christian Retailing Magazine. The article highlights how instrumental Christian bookstores have been in both Higgs’ personal spiritual growth and in her professional life. In the 30 years since Higgs became a follower of Christ, she has written 30 books with more than 4.5 million in print. She credits the ministry of Christian retailers in helping readers discover her work, including her signature title Bad Girls of the Bible, which re-releases this month.
“They became my go-to source. They filled my arms with books and I was so grateful,” Higgs says in regards to Christian bookstores after she came to know Christ in 1982. To show her appreciation Liz is doing a “Thank You Tour” in July where readers can join her for a LIVE BIBLE STUDY on Bad Girls of the Bible. She will be teaching about the Bible’s top 10 shady ladies in Oklahoma City (July 23), Nashville (July 24) and Grand Rapids (July 27).
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Searching for Real Faith – or No Faith at All
What happens when a young Christian dealing with disillusionment and doubt spends a weekend with an elderly, retired pastor? They talk. And no subject is off limits. Clear Winter Nights is a stirring story about faith, forgiveness, and the distinctiveness of Christianity. Through a powerful narrative and engaging dialogue, Trevin Wax shows the relevance of unchanging truth in an ever-changing world.