Brenda Spahn and Shay Curry appeared on “Life Today” on May 20 to share their story as told in Miss Brenda and the Loveladies: A Heartwarming True Story of Grace, God, and Gumption. Go here to watch Brenda explain her calling to start a “whole-way” house for women prisoners and Shay tell her powerful testimony of hope and transformation.
Shaunti Feldhahn, author of The Good News About Marriage:Debunking Discouraging Myths about Marriage and Divorce, interviewed with “FOX & Friends” to discuss some of the depressing myths about marriage and divorce that pervade our culture. She explains that belief in these false statistics is discouraging to marriages that can actually make it.
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FaithfulReader.com featured Hillary Manton Lodge’s A Table by the Window in the April eNewsletter. Reviewer Evelyn Bence wrote, “When I read Christian fiction, I often feel as if writers are trying too hard — to relay their faith, teach a lesson, show (never tell) an emotion, overblow a plotline, take a literary tack
or maybe its that theyre not trying hard enough. So what a pleasant surprise to find this novel that didnt once make me sigh with irritation.” Go here to read the full review.
The Huffington Post featured Miss Brenda and the Lovladies in an article by co-author Irene Zutell titled “Motherhood: Is It Really That Hard?” Go here to read Irene’s touching tribute to the hundreds of ex-prisoners who who call Brenda Spahn “mom.”
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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.
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.”
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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.”
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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 [ … ]