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| February 28, 2024

New book helps readers find freedom and grace in a broken world

We have been brought up to see things in a particular way—to interpret our experience and respond to events, people, and even to God in cultural and personal ways. This has given us a frame of reference that undergirds all else we know, trust, and love in life, as well as all we question, distrust, and hate. But we live in a broken world, and it has influenced us more than we know; we wonder...

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| February 23, 2024

Riveting New Release, “Former Things Forgotten” set in the Heart of Appalachia

In a literary world teeming with tales of love and loss, debut author Thomas Trezise takes readers on an unforgettable journey that transcends the mundane and pierces the veil between heaven and earth. His novel, “Former Things Forgotten,” is set to release this month available where ever books are sold. Crafted with eloquence and infused with profound spiritual insight, “Former Things...

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| February 9, 2024

Powerful new book helps families deal with the devastation of miscarriage

In her honest and heartfelt reminiscence, Christ’s Passion – Hope and comfort through miscarriage, Heide L. Wright bravely discloses her personal testimony of walking through the lonely heartbreak of miscarriage, reaching out and taking hold of God’s hand, learning to wholeheartedly trust in the Lord, to hand over her grief to Him, who in turn, refines her bereavement in such a way, it...

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| January 29, 2024

Author’s new book will help you find peace in the storm

Kaleb Thompson, native of North Myrtle Beach, SC, continues to aim towards fulfilling encouragement and inspiration through his spiritual poetry book titled, “Peace in the Midst of the Storm.” Released in December of 2021, “Peace in the Midst of the Storm” was created for the purpose of embracing faith, resilience, and empowerment in an ever-changing world that is filled with...

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| January 24, 2024

Former Patient Writes Guide to Assist Caregivers When Loved Ones or Clients Are Hospitalized

In 2019, pre-COVID, almost 7 percent of people aged eighteen to forty-four in the United States were hospitalized at least once. But among people sixty-five and older, the rate was almost 17 percent.[1] As a former hospital patient, daughter, and sister of long-time patients, author Jody L. Gold says she is “painfully aware of how the system of care works.” Sensing an informational gap, she...

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| January 22, 2024

Faithful Before, Faithful Again 21-Day Devotional Challenge for Stressed Moms

Lynn Nitcher presents her debut book, Faithful Before, Faithful Again, A 21-Day Challenge: Finding God Faithful in an Anxious World (Redemption Press) In a world where stress and anxiety are rapidly becoming the norm for mothers, Lynn Nitcher, a debut author and podcast host, offers a beacon of hope. With over two-thirds of mothers confessing to feeling anxious in a recent survey by Everyday...

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| January 17, 2024

Canine Trainer Shares Life Lessons After the Loss of Her Rough Collie

Coping with the sudden loss of a beloved pet can be traumatic for pet owners. The Ralph Site, a UK-based grief support site, suggests writing about “the special memories you shared and the big impact they made on your life, even if you only had a short time together.”[1] Christine Nicole Ferris took this to heart following the death of her beloved rough collie Lad. Out of her Lad stories has...

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| December 20, 2023

Tales from the remote Jolly Jungle of the southern Philippines detailed in missionary’s new children’s book

After delighting audiences informally for years with tales from the remote Jolly Jungle of the southern Philippines, all the while bringing up four lively children, missionary Lynne Castelijn is sharing her cultural insights in a fun, story form. Lynne has just released a new children’s book titled Flash, The Teeny-Tiny Turtle, which draws heavily on her years of living and ministering in the...

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True Tale of Bird Rescue Reflects Ministry’s Work with the Hurting

Bird lovers around the world have good reason for valuing these winged wonders. Birds play essential roles in the healthy functioning of the world’s ecosystems through seed dispersal, pollination, and control of insect and rodent populations. Keirsten Weir notes that exposure to nature, including birdsong, “has been linked to a host of benefits, including improved attention, lower stress,...

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| December 15, 2023

Christian author, A. K. Frailey, Just Released Her Eighth Audible Book—OldEarth Ishtar Encounter

A.K. Frailey, a Christian author focused on the connections between faith life, inspiration, entertainment, and lifestyle, just released her eighth Audible book, OldEarth Ishtar Encounter, the second book in the OldEarth series. Her first book The Road Goes Ever On, A Christian Journey Through the Lord of the Rings received an imprimatur from the Springfield, IL diocese. Since then, she has...

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