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Trusting Grace

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Brendan smartly uses the West and the aftermath of the Civil War in this charming romance and interesting piece of historical fiction. Corinthians claims love is gentle, kind, and patient, but sometimes, getting to that love can be... Read More

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Visions of Glory

by Amanda Adams

"Visions of Glory" is an encouraging exploration of the power of the human spirit and the ways in which faith can inspire existence. Timothy Etoori’s Christian poetry collection "Visions of Glory" is both inspirational and... Read More

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Sandpiper Cove

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Faith plays a central part in the romance, reminding readers that not every poor man is what he seems. Within a genre known for its traditions, Irene Hannon takes risks with "Sandpiper Cove", a heartwarming and hopeful Christian romance.... Read More

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Bread of Angels

by Meg Nola

With its resourceful, resilient heroine and vibrant narrative, "Bread of Angels" offers an engrossing new look at a mysterious woman of faith. Tessa Afshar’s "Bread of Angels" broadens the biblical account of Lydia into a novel of... Read More

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Bus to Corinth

by Jeremiah Rood

"Bus to Corinth" is Christian fiction that is related with an enjoyable mix of travel and Bible. "Bus to Corinth" by Ladine Housholder is sweet, old-fashioned, and Greek-inspired Christian fiction. Housholder’s returning cast of... Read More

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The Sisters of Sugarcreek

by Melissa Wuske

A heartwarming story of faith and friendship in unlikely places, this novel offers a welcome message of hope in a divided world. Cathy Liggett’s "The Sisters of Sugarcreek" shows that hope can rise from the ashes of loss. In the... Read More

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