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SNEAK PEEK: Heaven, Hell, and Life After Death by Kay Arthur

Discover what God says about death, dying, and life after death.

Click here to download chapter one of Heaven, Hell, and Life After Death.

Many people are intrigued by what lies beyond death’s door, but we live in an age bombarded with many conflicting views. How can we be sure of what is true? In this eye-opening study you’ll examine the Bible’s answers about death and what comes next. As you confront the inevitability of death in the context of the promise of heaven and the reality of hell, you will be challenged to examine your heart—and in doing so, find that, in grabbing hold of the hope of eternal life, the sting of death is replaced with peace.

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NEWS: Nick Vujicic Interviews with TBN “Praise the Lord”

International motivational speaker and best-selling author Nick Vujicic appeared on TBN’s “Praise the Lord” to talk about his anti-bullying campaign and new book Stand Strong: You Can Overcome Bullying (and Other Stuff That Brings You Down). Go here to watch Nick share his testimony of overcoming bullying and finding purpose in his life.

NEWS: USA TODAY Names “A Broken Kind of Beautiful” as a “Must Read INSPY”

USATODAY.com states about author Katie Ganshert’s newest novel, “In A Broken Kind of Beautiful, Ganshert proves her staying power with a lovely story that redefines what is ugly and what is proven lovely through purpose.”

“Happy Ever After” writer, Serena Chase, goes on to state of Ganshert’s previous two novels: “Katie Ganshert’s touching debut, Wildflowers from Winter, introduced us to a style of writing that gives voice to the tender places in a character’s heart. In her sophomore novel, Wishing on Willows, she further proved her ability to invest readers in the outcome of the external circumstances that precipitated her characters’ necessary inward change.”

To read more, click here.

NEWS: Shaunti Feldhahn Featured on WomensHealthMag.com

WomensHealthMag.com recently featured best-selling author Shaunti Feldhahn and the amazing discoveries of her latest book, The Good News About Marriage: Debunking Discouraging Myths About Marriage and Divorce

In an article entitled “The Divorce Rate Is Much Lower Than You Think: This new research might be the most exciting thing you read all day,” reporter Casey Gueren writes, “Feldhahn classifies that as the percent of marriages that have ended in divorce, and that’s the number that has never gotten anywhere close to 50 percent. According to 2009 data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the average percent of all marriages that have ever ended in divorce is 30.8 percent, says Feldhahn.”

To read the entire interview, click here

NEWS: Shaunti Feldhahn Interviews with CBN

Best-selling author Shaunti Feldhahn’s newest book, The Good News About Marriage: Debunking Discouraging Myths about Marriage and Divorce, was featured on CBN.com in an article entitled “Divorce Shocker: Most Marriages Do Make It.”

Writes reporter Paul Strand, “This Atlanta-based couple often quoted in their writings and at conferences what they thought was accurate research: that most marriages are unhappy and 50 percent of them end in divorce, even in the Church. ‘I didn’t know,’ Feldhahn told CBN News. ‘I’ve stood up on stage and said every one of these wrong statistics.'”

“‘First-time marriages: probably 20 to 25 percent have ended in divorce on average,’ Feldhahn revealed. ‘Now, okay, that’s still too high, but it’s a whole lot better than what people think it is.’ Shaunti and Jeff point out the 50 percent figure came from projections of [ … ]

NEWS: Dr. Mary Neal Interviewed by INSIDE EDITION

Dr. Mary Neal, author of To Heaven and Back: A Doctor’s Extraordinary Account of Her Death, Heaven, Angels, and Life Again: A True Story, was interviewed by INSIDE EDITION regarding the new release of hit movie, Heaven is for Real

“I was under water for a minimum of 15 minutes. Eventually, my spirit separated from my body and I rose up out of the water and I was greeted by a group of, people, spirit beings, I’m never sure what to call them. But they were overjoyed to welcome me and greet me,” Dr. Neal told INSIDE reporter Megan Alexander. “I absolutely believe that Colton Burpo went to heaven and came back”

Watch the interview or read more at insideedition.com.

NEWS: Weight-Loss Expert Chantel Hobbs to be Featured in People Magazine

Weight-loss champion Chantel Hobbs, author of  Never Say Diet, The Never Say Diet Personal Fitness Trainer, The One-Day Way, and Love Food and Live Well (WaterBrook Press), will be featured in People magazine’s April 4 collector’s edition of their most inspirational diet and health stories. This will be Hobbs’ third appearance in People, including gracing the cover in May 2006 for the “Half Their Size” issue.

 Hobbs lost 200 pounds without the help of surgery, pills, point systems or a trendy diet. Just as importantly, she has kept the weight off for more than 10 years. She began her weight battle and addiction to food during childhood, watching the scale go up and down after repeated dieting attempts. Finally, she gave up the weight battle, and after years of telling herself that she was too busy to lose [ … ]

NEWS: MORF Magazine Features Author Shellie Rushing Tomlinson’s “Death of the Church Lady” from “Heart Wide Open”

MORF Magazine is featuring “Death of the Church Lady” from author Shellie Rushing Tomlinson’s new book Heart Wide Open.

Known as “the Belle of All Things Southern,” Tomlinson writes with her distinctive Louisiana southern-style wisdom, humor and perspective, inviting readers to seek more than a mundane faith to take a step of surrender.

Tomlinson writes, “In short, I was a hypocrite! 

Though the news came as quite a surprise to me, the ugly truth was undeniable. An internet dictionary offers the following spot-on definition of my true state in that telling moment: a hypocrite is “a person who pretends to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess, especially a person whose actions belie stated beliefs.” 

Bingo. If I were to be honest, the faith I was experiencing wasn’t satisfying my deepest longings [ … ]