Review committee: Martha Schumacher (Chairman), Ann Nissley, Michelle Phelps and Patty Nevins.
by David Jeremiah. Thomas Nelson, 2010
Follow the dramatic life stories of ‘Amazing Grace’ hymn-writer John Newton and the apostle Paul and experience the power of God’s permanent forgiveness in your own soul. Through vivid storytelling and biblical teaching, Pastor Jeremiah offers a fresh look at the very personal, transforming effect of God’s wondrous gift of grace. A 7-session DVD curriculum is also available for this book.
by Ken Sande and Kevin Johnson. Baker Books, 2011.
Everyone encounters conflict – whether it be with a co-worker, family member, friend, or complete stranger. Yet we all desire harmony in our relationships. Resolving Everyday Conflict is a practical, biblical, and concise guide to peacemaking in everyday life that can turn your troubled relationships into peaceful ones. The author shows us how we can offer grace to those with whom we find ourselves in conflict. Discussion guide included.
by Doug Nuenke. NavPress, 2011.
God wants to use all of us as instruments to spread grace in a broken world. Making Waves describes the kind of life God has planned for us, who we are in Christ (Sent Ones), and what is required as we pursue a life that reflects Him. This life is forged in the context of community with others, both followers of Christ and not-yet followers. Written in an easy-to-read style from the author’s own heart and personal experience, the book ends with many practical ways that ordinary people can make “waves of grace” in their everyday lives so others can experience Jesus and his grace.
by Karen James. Thomas Nelson, 2008.
This is the compelling story of the tragic loss of a husband and his two climbing partners on Mt. Hood. But – it’s much more. It’s an adventure and a love story rolled into one, and the reader sees how Kelly James was a man of purpose who was passionate about climbing and also about making his life count for God. It is a very personal and inspiring story of God’s provision for Karen and her family through the tragedy and beyond.
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