NEWS: Milan and Kay Yerkovich interview with “Focus on the Family”
Milan and Kay Yerkovich, authors of How We Love, share their story with “Focus on the Family.” Click here to listen to Today’s Broadcast.
NEWS: Jeff and Cheryl Scruggs interview with “Focus on the Family”
Jeff and Cheryl Scruggs, authors of I Do Again, share their story with “Focus on the Family.” Click here to listen to Today’s Broadcast.
Nick Vujicic, author of Unstoppable, was on Focus on the Family’s “The Boundless Show.” Go here to listen to Nick talk about how he learned to be unstoppable!
SNEAK PEEK: One Month to Love by Kerry & Chris Shook
Improve your most important relationshipsstarting today.
Click here to download chapter one of One Month to Love.
At the end of the day in this all-too-short life, what matters most is relationships. Spouse, parent, child, friendwhoever your closest loved ones are, they warrant more than a passing glance; they deserve an intentional and meaningful relationship with you. The One Month to [ … ]
NEWS: Altared Featured on ChristianityToday.com & Crosswalk.com
Altared: The True Story of a She, a He, and How They Both Got Too Worked Up About We, by Claire and Eli, was featured on ChristianityToday.com, Crosswalk.com, and WORLD on Campus. Go here, here, and here to read the excerpts and reviews!
Altared, a new book by two anonymous authors, examines the “marriage-happy” phenomenon among young Christians and consider the greater vision of Christ’s call to love.
Publishers Weekly gives the book a starred review and says, “This book is a must for evangelicals who come anywhere near to offering premarital counseling or young adult ministry.”
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NEWS: The Fourth Fisherman Chosen as “Must-Read” Memoir
The Book Case, a blog by the book review publication BookPage, chose The FourthFisherman as a “must-read” memoir for 2012. View the posting here
NEWS: Mike Glenn Featured on RelevantMagazine.com
Mike Glenn, author of The Gospel of Yes, was featured on RelevantMagazine.com. Click here to read the excerpt, “Why a ‘You Complete Me’ Romance Is Incomplete.”