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A Gradual Redemption


A personal story of grief turned to glory . . . Kelly Williams. A Gradual Redemption: A Story of Faith, Choice, and the Sovereignty of God. 240p., $19.99, Deep River Books. In the author’s own words: “Enmeshed in circumstances far … Continue reading

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Then Came Hispangelicals


The seismic shift in the American (and universal) church that’s gone largely unnoticed. . . . Rudolph D. Gonzales. Then Came Hispangelicals: The Rise of the Hispanic Evangelical and Why It Matters. 288p., $15.99, Deep River Books. Hispanics are embracing … Continue reading

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Organic Ministry to Women


Adapting women’s ministry (and its small groups) for the next generations. . . . Sue Edwards and Kelley Matthews. Organic Ministry to Women: A Guide to Transformational Ministry with Next Generation Women. 272p., $19.99, Kregel Ministry. With Millennial and Generation … Continue reading

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Invitation to Church History: American


Want to know how the American church got this way? Well, here you go. . . . John D. Hannah. Invitation to Church History: American. 464p., $49.99, Kregel Academic. Designed for an educated lay audience and students in introductory college … Continue reading

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Into His Presence


A book about intimacy with God for the more academically minded among us. . . . Tim L. Anderson. Into His Presence: A Theology of Intimacy with God. 240p., $21.99, Kregel Academic. Numerous Christian books aim to provide guidance on relationships … Continue reading

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The Gospel in Hard Times for Students


And another small-group resource on the high school front, by a name even more of you will recognize. . . . Joni [Eareckson Tada] and Friends. The Gospel in Hard Times for Students. 144p. $15.99, New Growth Press. The Gospel … Continue reading

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Real Change for Students


And here’s a small-group study for the high-schoolers in the audience . . . taking its cue from the late David Powlison. . . . Andrew Nicholls and Helen Thorne. Real Change for Students: Becoming More Like Jesus in Everyday … Continue reading

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