Tuesday, January 18, 2011

New Releases

No Greater Love DVD
Lions Gate, January 2011
Jeff and Heather were the "lucky ones.” Best friends from childhood, high school sweethearts, and married by 22, they were inseparable soul mates. Jeff’s world is dramatically rocked when Heather disappears after the birth of their son. Heather shockingly reappears ten years later in the most unusual place.

Soul Print: Discovering Your Divine Destiny
Mark Batterson
Multnomah, January 2011
There never has been and never will be anyone like you. But that isn’t a testament to you. It’s a testament to the God who created you. The problem? Few people discover the God-given identity that makes them unlike anyone else. Mark Batterson calls this divine distinction our soulprint. God would like to introduce you to yourself. In Soulprint, Mark pours the contagious energy he’s known for into helping you experience the joy of discovering who you are and the freedom of discovering who you’re not. The wonderful fact is that your uniqueness is God’s gift to you—and it’s also your gift to God. A “self-help” book that puts God at the center rather than self, Soulprint encourages you to recognize and explore the moments of your life that determine your future. Along the way, you’ll find that you’re not just turning the pages of a book. You’re turning the pages of your remarkable, God-shaped, world-changing life.

Necessary Endings
Henry Cloud
HarperBusiness, January 2011
In Necessary Endings, Dr. Cloud demonstrates that, when done well, "necessary endings" allow people to stop pain, foster growth, reach personal and business goals, and live better lives. When done poorly though, good opportunities are lost, and misery either remains or is repeated. In this new book, Dr. Cloud draws on years of experience as an executive coach and therapist and offers a mixture of advice and anecdotes to give reader the tools they need to begin pruning the bad and the broken from their lives so that the good may begin growing again.

Leaving Eden
Brandon Heath
Provident, January 2011
Since his 2006 debut, Christian music's beloved and twice honored Male Vocalist of the Year (2009 and 2010) Brandon Heath has an Emmy Award, been nominated for two Grammys, an American Music Award, and holds multiple GMA Dove Awards. Heath's soaring career includes three No.1 hits,"I'm Not Who I Was", "Wait and See" and 2009 GMA Dove-winning Song of the Year, "Give Me Your Eyes". Staying true to his signature autobiographical style, Brandon Heath's lyrics for his latest release Leaving Eden celebrates God's heart and the pure immensity of His love for us. Heath, and acclaimed co-writing partner/producer Jason Ingram, penned the record's first single "Your Love" as a testament to God's abounding love that never leaves us, gives purpose and lights our way.

In God We Still Trust: A 365 Day Devotional
Richard Lee
Thomas Nelson, January 2011
A year-long devotional that explores the Godly principles on which our country was founded. Experience gratitude for country and love of God with this 365-day journey through America's historical events as Dr. Richard Lee introduces the people who established and shaped our nation, and teaches the Godly principles on which it was founded. Each devotional is followed by a Patriot Prayer and Promise. Scripture is taken from the New King James Version of the Bible.

Berenstain Bears and the Forgiving Tree
Jan and Mike Berenstain
Zonderkidz, January 2011
In The Berenstain Bears and the Forgiving Tree, Cousin Fred accidentally damages Brother's brand-new bike. When Brother Bear gets angry, can Sister Bear help him see that forgiving his friend is the right thing to do?

God Gave Us the World
Lisa Tawn Bergen
Waterbrook Press, January 2011
Little Cub’s trip to a special museum exhibit, “Bears Around the World,” sparks a flurry of questions from the young polar bear who is just beginning to learn about life beyond her North Pole home. As Mama Bear shares with her about the different types of places that God has put the various types of bears, with their different kinds of fur and eating habits, Little Cub begins to wonder: Why didn’t God make us all the same? With Mama’s loving guidance, Little Cub is taught to see the vastness of God’s wonderful creation, his abilities as an amazing, inventive Creator, his desire for us to care for our world, and especially the important lesson that… “Every bear has a special place in God’s great, big world.” This adorable story offers young children who are discovering their place in God’s big world an opportunity to learn about the wonder of diversity, the gift of creativity, the importance of caring for His gifts, and how each child, each creation, is special to God.

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