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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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Actual Love

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Actual Love" is a novel with historical range that highlights the importance of fidelity, especially in trying times. Kevin Logan’s "Actual Love" is a modern love story with a biblical twist, an academic epic that jumps between times... Read More

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The Murdered Messiah

by Karen Rigby

"The Murdered Messiah" skillfully recasts Jesus as a man whose peaceful dissidence revealed the meaning of biblical love. Son of God, radical, enigma, rabbi, martyr—Jesus of Nazareth has long fascinated believers and nonbelievers. In... Read More

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The Actress

by Diane Gardner

A subtle faith-based perspective and an uncommon heroine make this mystery one very worth investigating. Michael Hicks Thompson’s charming and compelling whodunit, "The Actress", falls between a hard-boiled detective novel and a cozy... Read More

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