The Disappearance of God
R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
Multnomah Books, May 2009
Is God changing his mind about sin? What is good or bad about the Emergent movement? Are churches selling out to keep members? Battling to preserve the foundations of Christianity, Dr. Mohler confronts contemporary teachings and "feel-good" ideas. Combining a careful study of Scripture with wit and wisdom, he'll help you defend the faith! 176 pages, hardcover from Multnomah.
Crazy Enough to Care
Alvin C. Bibbs, Sr.
IVP Connect, June 2009
The injustice, pain, and suffering in the world seem overwhelming. Is there anything we can do? Taking you on a journey to the core of the gospel, Bibbs offers practical strategies for reaching out to people we know and those we don't. Join him for 12 sessions and you'll start changing the world by caring for others! 156 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
Maggie Rose (The Daughters of Jacob Kane vol. 2)
Whitaker House, June 2009
In the summer of 1904, Maggie Rose Kane, Jacob's spunky, independent middle daughter accepts God's call to leave her beloved hometown of Sandy Shores, Michigan to work as 'house mother' at New York City's Sheltering Arms Refuge, a home for displaced and orphaned waifs. There she meets the cynical, hard-nosed Luke Madison, a 27-year-old news reporter from the New York World who's been thrust upon the orphanage for a three-month period with an order to research the city's problem of "Street Arabs", the name pinned to these impoverished children. Sparks fly as Maggie and Luke come to terms with their growing attraction. Will Maggie win the struggle to remain attuned to God's direction for her life, staving off her foolish, romantic notions-or does the Lord have a greater purpose than she ever imagined for leading her to New York?