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Whether you’ve been hurt by a family member, friend, colleague, or trusted leader, you are not alone. Even Jesus was betrayed. Beyond Betrayal offers biblical principles and practical tools that can help you identify your betrayers, avoid resentment, and choose forgiveness to move past your pain.
Character still counts, and it always will. If you’re ready to invest in the content of your character, join bestselling author James Merritt as he looks at 12 role models who reveal the traits that are essential to godly character.
Are you making the most of all the Holy Spirit offers to you? If you yearn to know more about who He is and the powerful ways He can work in your life, with Fire and Wind you will experience the Holy Spirit like never before.
Hone your craft, develop new skills, and spark your creativity with these inventive writing exercises designed to help you discover the joy of unlimited expression. Choose from five different categories of activities to free the writer within you.
In Confessions of a Proverbs 32 Woman, comedian Kerri Pomarolli takes aim at the impossible standards placed on modern women and shares the only two things we all need. God didn’t promise an easy-life, but He did promise to be with you in the mess!
We become what we behold when we set our hearts and minds on Christ and His redemption story here in the details of our daily lives. Bestselling author Ruth Chou Simons invites you on a new journey full of intricate original art in Beholding and Becoming.
Create a treasure you will cherish for years to come with this 12-month planner from artist Ruth Chou Simons. This beautiful and functional weekly-planner is the perfect place to chronicle, not just your days, but life’s most significant moments.
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.
In the throes of the #MeToo movement, with authority and compassion, Mary DeMuth draws on her personal experience and elevates the voices of survivors as she unpacks the history of the church’s response to sexual abuse in order to find a new way forward.