Charisma House, By Ron Phillips, Dmin, softcover, 256
pages, $16.99, 9781629982120, Oct 1
The world is on edge. People are
living in fear of war, disease, financial ruin, and governmental collapse
without much hope. But God's Word offers assurance of blessing and favor in
the last days. Ron Phillips shows how The
Hiram Code holds valuable secrets that can unlock blessings,
even in uncertain end-times.
Discovery House, By Dennis Fisher, hardcover, 400 pages,
$19.99, 9781627073486, Sep 29
C. S. Lewis enthusiasts and new
Lewis readers alike will enjoy this hardcover devotional that contains 365
daily meditations linking a Lewis quote to Scripture. Each topic of the day
delivers the Bible's perfect wisdom, Lewis' unique way with words, and additional
spiritual insight to helps readers grow in Christ in both heart
Stopher Publishing, By Christopher Fenoglio, Stapled
booklet, 12 pages, $6.99, 9780615231518, Sep 29
Every Christmas, children will
ask "Is Santa Claus real?" This inspirational, colorful booklet
will give parents the faith-filled words and a simple method to explain the
true meaning of Christmas: God's ultimate gift of His only begotten Son.
This Christmas poem is sure to inspire the entire family. Read more at http://bit.ly /Santa-Poem.
Baker Publishing Group, By Kristi Ann Hunter, trade
paper, 368 pages, $14.99, 9780764214325, Sep 25
Entering her fourth season, Lady
Miranda Hawthorne longs to be bold. But she is mortified when her brother's
valet accidentally mails her private thoughts to a duke she's never
met—until he responds. As she sorts out her grow-ing feelings for two men,
it becomes clear that Miranda's heart is not the only thing at risk.
After receiving God's promise of
a lifelong reign and eternal dynasty, King David forces himself on
Bathsheba, a loyal soldier's wife. When her pregnancy forces the king to
murder her husband and add her to his harem, Bathsheba struggles to protect
her son while dealing with the effects of a dark prophecy and
Baker Publishing Group, By Dr. Kevin Leman, hardcover,
320 pages, $17.99, 9780800723057, Sep 25
York Times bestselling author equips
parents of middle schoolers with the tools they need to handle conflicts,
emotions, technology use, and other pitfalls. Middle schoolers can be a
weird, unpredictable species. But with a little help from Dr. Leman,
parents will be able to ride out the storm with humor and confidence.
Baker Publishing Group, By Kyle and Kelsey Kupecky,
trade paper, 192 pages, $14.99, 9780800726515, Sep 25
A relatable and dynamic couple
help young women understand their value in God's eyes. Through their own
story and the stories of others, they show girls how to put God first, how
to value and protect their purity, how to deal with loneliness and
bullying, and how to see themselves as God does—a
Baker Publishing Group, By Mark Batterson, trade paper,
288 pages, $15.99, 9780801015984, Sep 25
York Times bestselling author and pastor
Mark Batterson brings to life the seven miracles of Jesus as recorded in
the book of John, offering readers the assurance that God still performs
the miraculous today. But this is more than a book about miracles. It's a
book about the only One who can perform them.
Baker Publishing Group, By Jane Kirkpatrick, trade
paper, 352 pages, $14.99, 9780800722326, Sep 25
Eliza was just a child when she
was taken hostage by the Cayuse Indians during a massacre in 1847. Now her
husband wants to make a new start in another territory—the land of her
captivity. Can she lay the dark past to rest and move on? Or will her
childhood memories always hold her hostage?
Baker Publishing Group, By Daniel Darling, trade paper,
160 pages, $13.99, 9780801006494, Sep 25
This fresh look at ten
"Americanized" views of Jesus reveals him not as a deity we can
conform to our own comfortable image but as the Christ who transforms us.
The Original Jesus is an easy-to-read, inspiring call to follow the Christ
of the Scriptures with abandon.
When her sister Lily disappears
only months after their mother's passing, Eva Esch fears she has been wooed
away from the People. Then Jed Stutzman shows up with a picture of a Plain
young woman. Eva feels powerfully drawn to the charming stranger—but the
woman in the forbidden photograph is no stranger at all.
In this thought-provoking book,
Jenny Simmons shares her final days as the lead singer of the band Addison
Road and the subsequent journey that led her through seasons of change,
lostness, and finding new life. This guide invites readers to view their
not-how-I-planned-it moments as holy seasons that didn't catch God off
guard at all.
Baker Publishing Group, By Lisa Harris, trade paper, 304
pages, $14.99, 9780800724177, Sep 25
Detective Nikki Boyd's Missing
Persons Task Force is desperately searching the Smoky Mountains for a
missing girl when the case becomes very personal—and deadly. With this
explosive first book in the Nikki Boyd Files, Lisa Harris takes readers on
a fast-paced pursuit of justice that will have them holding their breath
until the heart-stopping finish.
CLC Publications, By Ronnie Martin, trade paper, 144
pages, $11.99, 9781619582057, Sep 20
Your Complaining explores the often-overlooked
sin of grumbling and explains how Christians can adopt an attitude of
gratitude and humility. Through stories of men and women of the Bible,
cultural figures, and even the author himself, Stop Your Complaining
explores the relationship between discontent and grate-fulness. See more