Gail Eubanks

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Ghost 19

St. James has said in interviews that her career began when she couldn’t find the sort of books she wanted to read and realized that she would have to write them herself. Now, she’s writing books that we all want to read.
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The Secrets of Ohnita Harbor

An engaging series starter, covering all the bases for readers of cozies, romance, Christian fiction, and even church history.
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Awakening Dignity: A Guide to Living a Life of Deep Fulfillment

A hopeful and easily accessible handbook written with clarity and authenticity, for those interested in exploring Buddhist teachings or simply hoping to improve the quality of their own lives and the lives of others.
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How To Know God Exists: Solid Reasons To Believe in God, Discover Truth, and Find Meaning in Your Life

The audience for this book may prove to be narrow, perhaps mostly appealing to like-minded evangelical Christians.
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All Our Griefs To Bear

Those who lead and support congregations would do well to consider this well-supported book. It’s filled with advice about how to adjust to a post-pandemic world.
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Untrustworthy: The Knowledge Crisis Breaking Our Brains, Polluting Our Politics, and Corrupting Christian Community

An accessible and coherent work that brings hope to those who are suffering from the loss of communication and relationships with former friends and estranged loved ones.
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Wholehearted Faith

Evans’s honest questioning of Christian teachings and a God she mostly (but doesn’t always) believe in will strike a chord with believers and agnostics alike.

Fierce Love: A Bold Path to Ferocious Courage and Rule-Breaking Kindness That Can Heal the World

Lewis’s infectious optimism (about the power of love and its potential to change society) will reignite hope in many readers who might be weary from personal and professional struggles.
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The Tao of Bowie: 10 Lessons from David Bowie’s Life To Help You Live Yours

This “what would David Bowie do” treatise could be an entry point into Buddhism for novices, but it might be too basic for readers already familiar with Buddhism’s tenets.
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