Wednesday, July 11, 2012

New Releases

Tim Stafford
Bethany House, July 2012
Are you sometimes confused by which miracles to believe? Award-winning Christianity Today journalist Stafford takes a careful look at unexplained events in our modern world---some hard to accept and others hard to deny---and places them in historical and biblical context. He then explores questions about what role they might play in your life. 240 pages, softcover from Bethany.

Live Life Right Here Right Now!
Carole Lewis
Regal Books, July 2012
 Many people spend a majority of their time living either in the past or in the future. Those who live in the past are often filled with regret, replaying again and again decisions that might have led to a better today. Those who live in the future often forget that it’s the decisions they make today that will shape tomorrow. In this inspirational title, Carole Lewis challenges readers to treasure today and make it the very best day of their lives! Live Life Right Here, Right Now shows readers how to become the person they’ve always wanted to be by living into the joys and trials that today brings along. Carole’s message is simple: We cannot change the past, but making today count will have a profound effect on our future.

The Girl's Still Got It
Liz Curtis Higgs
WaterBrook Press, July 2012
Walk with Ruth as she journeys to Bethlehem, certain of her calling, yet uncertain of her future with her mother-in-law. Bringing this rags-to-riches story alive with her novel approach to Bible study, Higgs helps you see how God works to redeem each loss and disappointment in Ruth and Naomi's lives - and yours! Includes discussion quesitons and a study guide.

Marvelously Made
Monica Rose Brennan
Regal Books, July 2012
Most women feel torn, to greater and lesser degrees, between what the voice of culture tells them to be and what it means to be a woman created and defined by God. Marvelously Made invites women to discover the truth about who they are and experience the deep contentment that comes with living into and out of the Creator’s design. Readers will dig into Genesis 1–3 and Psalm 139 to find out God’s intention for women and shift their perspective from Who am I? to Who is God?, the key to unmasking the identity the Creator has in store for every unique, one-of-a-kind woman.

Rare Earth (Marc Royce Series #2)
Davis Bunn
Bethany House, July 2012
Marc Royce stares down from the helicopter on the Rift Valley slashing across Africa like a scar. Tribal feuds, drought, and dislocation have left their devastation. And he sees a new wound--a once-dormant volcano oozing molten lava across the dry landscape-and clouds of ash obscure his vision. His undercover assignment is similarly obscured. Supposedly dispatched to audit a relief organization's accounts, Marc finds himself amid the squalor and chaos of Kenyan refugee camps caught in a stranglehold of corruption and ruthlessness. But his true task relates to the area's reserves of once-obscure metals now indispensible to high-tech industry. The value of this rare earth inflames tensions on the world's stage as well as among warring tribes. When an Israeli medical administrator, Kitra, seeks Marc's help with her humanitarian efforts, they forge an unexpected link between impoverished African villages and another Silicon Valley rising in the Israeli desert. Precious metals and inventive minds promise new opportunities for prosperity, secure futures, and protection of valuable commodities from terrorists. As Marc prepares to report back to Washington, he seizes a chance to restore justice to this troubled land. This time, he may have gone too far.

Survival Guide for Young Women
Holly Wagner & Nicole Reyes
Regal Books, June 2012
Navigating the decade of the 20s and beyond can be tricky. Most women are making life-shaping decisions during these crucial years—but how can they know the choices they make now won’t mess up the rest of their lives? How can they use this time to lay a foundation that is strong enough to support their long-term dreams? Survival Guide for Young Women is the essential guide for Christian women who long for a lifetime of spiritual meaning and personal fulfillment. Holly Wagner and her 20-something friend Nicole Reyes help readers discover who they are and why they are here. Packed with relatable illustrations and practical tips, this handbook for life will challenge young women to make the most of every minute of their 20s . . . and beyond.
Make it Count: 180 Devotions for the School Year
Sue Christian
Abington Press, July 2012
From September to June, your students' calendars are filled with homework, exams, football games, play rehearsals, concerts, and more. Remind them to slow down and focus on their daily faith walk with this school-year devotional. Filled with brief inspirational thoughts, quotations, and prayers, it will encourage young hearts in the things that matter most! 208 pages, softcover from Abingdon.

Legend of the Book Keeper (Lost City Chronicles, Book One)
Daniel Blackaby
Russell Media, June 2012
The Most Ordinary of Boys... The Most Extraordinary of Books...
When the two collide, a destiny is set into motion which cannot be undone. Without warning, a secretive cult emerges ready to kill, and a horrifying Beast appears in the dead of night - craving to devour the Keeper of the Book. Suddenly, Cody Clemenson is forced to flee with his best friend Jade.  Their journey will lead them to mystical locations and thrust them into uncharted lands, where an ancient feud between two long-lost cities is teetering on the brink of war. Will Cody rise to the occasion and become the hero he's always dreamt of being? Or will he succumb to the power of the evil empire? The fate of the world now hinges on him - and the cryptic words written in a simple, leather Book...  
A Power Long Maintained - Now Faded,
A Secret Long Kept - Soon Unveiled,
A City Long Lost - Ready to Be Found. 

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