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Good and Beautiful and Kind: Becoming Whole in a Fractured World

Villodas’s work, which presents the Christian God as one who seeks to forgive, not punish, and calls on disciples to do the same, will appeal to readers who appreciate a down-to-earth Christianity that is not solely focused on itself.
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Freedom’s Song

Sawyer (“Heart of the Prairie” series) captures a yearning spirit associated with the American West in hardworking, earnest characters who strengthen their faith through song and personal introspection. There are few surprises here, but fans of traditional Christian fiction will find much to like.
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This Hallelujah Banquet: How the End of What We Were Reveals Who We Can Be

A new interpretation of the Book of Revelation for Christians seeking spiritual maturity.

The Deeply Formed Life: Five Transformative Values To Root Us in the Way of Jesus

Villodas’s message will resonate especially with Christian readers who enjoy writers like Shane Claiborne and Tony Campolo. Highly recommended.

Crazy Happy: Nine Surprising Ways to Live the Truly Beautiful Life

Fusco’s enthusiasm for his topic is on full display and will certainly charm like believers., Springfield

Human(kind): How Reclaiming Human Worth and Embracing Radical Kindness Will Bring Us Back Together

This wonderfully written book packs a punch, and would be ideal for book clubs in a library or church setting. Eiland’s story will move readers and her urging to recognize the good in people is inspirational.

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Unveiling the Past

Popular Christian fiction author Sawyer explores earthly and heavenly relationships in this follow-up to Bringing Maggie Home. Those looking for a gentle read that focuses on faith and evangelism may appreciate this, but the tidy ending strains credulity and Sean’s traditional views won’t resonate with everyone.

Ever Faithful

With a touch of suspense and plenty of romance, this should have wide appeal; the inspirational element is very subtle and doesn’t overwhelm the story. Recommended for readers who appreciate works by Jane Kirkpatrick or Tracie Peterson.

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