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The Healer

by Diane Taylor

The questioning of religious faith lies at the heart of a novel about a man who must decide whether he will submit to a God-given destiny. Christian Pendragon wasn’t looking for a life-changing event when he visited Wales. But when a... Read More

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How Do You Pray?

by Diane Taylor

Anybody interested in prayer as a global human activity will find something to like in this collection of thoughtful, well-crafted pieces. In "How Do You Pray?", editor Celeste Yacoboni compiles hundreds of brief, first-person musings... Read More

Book Review

Bound to Be Free

by Diane Taylor

An intensive Bible study guide designed to follow a two-month program, "Bound to Be Free" offers Christians eight steps to spiritual healing. In 2001, Greenman founded Ruth Ministries International, a nonprofit that, according to its... Read More

Book Review

Best When Broken

by Diane Taylor

"Best When Broken" is the autobiography of Scott Coleman, a Christian man who found the true meaning of an abundant, God-centered life when he became paralyzed from the neck down at the age of seventeen. Coleman is a competent, but not... Read More

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Drop the Charges

by Diane Taylor

A co-pastor of a church in the United Kingdom, Agnes Mensah-Bonsu believes that Christians must learn to forgive those who transgress against them. Few would argue that the Christian obligation to forgive others, in the same way that... Read More

Book Review

The Tale of Eleazar

by Diane Taylor

First published in Good Housekeeping magazine in 1966, Priscilla Noble-Mathews’ "The Tale of Eleazar" recounts the New Testament story of the birth of Jesus as told through the eyes of the Virgin Mary’s donkey. It begins with a... Read More

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