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For the Love by Jen Hatmaker

Dare to laugh. Dare to be challenged. Dare to live life to the full. For the Love invites us to pull up a chair and be real together. Continue reading

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When Helping Hurts: How to Alleviate Poverty Without Hurting the Poor… and Yourself by Steve Corbett & Brian Fikkert

With the rise in Christians wanting to make a difference in the world, Corbett and Fikkert address the many issues, challenges, and mistakes involved in working to alleviate poverty both domestically and internationally.  Who are the poor?  How do we help?  Most importantly, … Continue reading

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Battlefield of the Mind by Joyce Meyer

Defeated? Struggling? Confused? Anxious and worried? Judgmental and critical? Can’t seem to get out of frustrating mindset? Wanting something different in life than the same old struggles? Ready for a change? Dig into Battlefield of the Mind and see where you might … Continue reading

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The Creative Call by Janice Elsheimerc

So good. I return to this book again and again. For reminder. For inspiration. For encouragement. I’ve read The Creative Call three times. The first time in 2004. I was taking classes at the time and wanted to reignite my … Continue reading

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Reaching Out: The Three Movements of the Spiritual Life by Henri J Nouwen

Nouwen takes the reader on a journey through three spiritual “movements,” each one dealing with a different aspect of our relationships: to ourselves, to others, and to God. The first movement involves our relationship with ourselves, moving us from a … Continue reading

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