Tuesday, July 7, 2015

New Release Books

Baker Publishing, By Bryan Bishop, paperback, 240 pages, $15.99, 9780801017162, Now Available
In his many travels as a researcher for Youth With A Mission, Bryan Bishop discovered a startling phenomenon: hidden movements of Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists who are experiencing and following Jesus outside the boundaries of traditional Western Christianity. And they have plenty to teach Christians in the West who feel spiritually stagnant or  disillusioned.

Baker Publishing, By Rebecca DeMarino, paperback, 352 pages, $14.99, 9780800722197, Now Available
Kidnapped by a rival tribe, a Montauk princess must choose between loyalty to the Dutch soldier who rescues her and the Englishman who has loved her from the start. Exploring a unique slice of history, Rebecca DeMarino transports readers to the wild land that would eventually become Long Island, New York.
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Concordia Publishing House, hardcover, 416 pages, $14.99, 9780758650542, Now Available
Celebrate 50 Years of Arch Books! Here, collected in one beautiful volume, the original twelve Bible stories that were first published in 1964 and 1965. For over fifty years, generations of families and educators have used this favorite series to teach important truths of the Bible.

Baker Publishing, By Sandra Orchard, paperback, 368 pages, $14.99, 9780800722241, Now Available
As Kate Adams unravels one mystery, another deepens—and the only guarantee is that she won't be safe until all of Port Aster's secrets are revealed. Award-winning author Sandra Orchard pulls out all the stops in this breakneck and breathtaking conclusion to the Port Aster series.

Charisma House, By Hubie Synn, softcover, 208 pages, $14.99, 9781621369820, Now Available
Hubie Synn has seen the miraculous take place in the lives of those he's ministered to, including Jonathan Cahn, the New York Times best-selling author of The Harbinger and The Mystery of the Shemitah. Sharing his own personal experiences in The Tales of a Wandering Prophet, Synn demonstrates that God can use anyone for His glory.

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