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But Where Do I Put the Couch?
But Where Do I Put the Couch?

KariAnne Wood

Popular home decor bloggers Melissa Michaels (The Inspired Room) and KariAnne Wood (Thistlewood Farms) team up to tackle 101 decorating questions from people just like you. This convenient guide will be your go-to resource for home decorating queries.


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What Should We Think About Israel?

Randall Price

You hear about Israel in the news regularly, but do you really know what to make of the political conflicts and social strife? What Should We Think About Israel? exposes key issues and provides objective facts to help you learn the truth about Israel’s past, present, and future. 


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Covered Glory

Audrey Frank

In Covered Glory, meet Muslim women living in a culture with an honor-shame worldview that perpetuates shame. Learn how shame affects all of us, and how to find freedom when you uncover you true identity in Christ.
 


New Babylon Rising
New Babylon Rising

Ron Rhodes

In New Babylon Rising Ron Rhodes offers insight into what the Bible tells us about the future. As you explore prophecies about the last days, you can be certain that no matter how uncertain the future looks, you can have peace that God is in control. 
 


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We Too

Mary E. DeMuth

With authority and compassion, Mary Demuth draws on her personal experience and elevates the voices of other survivors as she unpacks the history of the church’s response to sexual violence in order to find a new way forward.
 


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Fit over 50

Phillip Bishop

Take control of your well-being with tips to help improve your health in four key areas—physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual. When you apply these scientifically sound strategies, you’ll reap the benefits of living well and staying healthy.  


 


Happy, Healthy Brain
Happy, Healthy Brain

Mary Eakin

From the brilliant brain that brought you Mind Delights and Brain Snacks comes this all-new collection of engaging activities designed to keep you sharp and mentally fit. Exercise your mind with puzzles, mazes, word searches, dot-to-dots, and more.
 


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Honestly Adoption

Mike Berry

If you are considering adoption or foster care or are already somewhere in this difficult and complicated process, Honestly Adoption will provide you with practical, down-to-earth advice to make good decisions in your own journey.
 
 
 


In the Kitchen with Grandma
In the Kitchen with Grandma

Lydia E. Harris

Enjoy over 100 grandma-tested recipes you and your grandchild will love making together, as well as wisdom and tips from grandmas like you. Make lasting memories in the kitchen and create opportunities to share your faith and life lessons.    
 


Quinn Says Goodbye
Quinn Says Goodbye

Christie Thomas

Beautifully illustrated and thoughtfully written, Quinn Says Goodbye is designed for children dealing with different kinds of loss. Remind little ones that although people and things might not be in their life forever, God will never leave them.
 


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Raise Them Up

Sally Burke

You maybe not be able to protect your child from every bruise, but no matter how old they are or how far they go, you can be with them in prayer. Raise Them Up teaches effective strategies for praying God's Word over your children.
 


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Soaring Through the Bible

Skip Heitzig

This kid-friendly version of pastor Skip Heitzig’s popular book The Bible from 30,000 Feet gives tweens (ages 8–11) a panoramic overview of all 66 books of the Bible, helping them see the context and significance of each. Help a kid’s faith take off!
 


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