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| October 4, 2023

Rhyming Picture Book on Salvation Introduces Children to Jesus

A study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that children who regularly pray and attend church grow up to report a stronger sense of community and fewer symptoms of depression. They tend to “think about their health in a holistic way, where the mind, body and spirit are all connected,” says Jane Kuepfer, a specialist in spirituality and aging at Conrad Grebel University...

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| October 3, 2023

Author’s new book, born from the loss of a precious child, will inspire you in your own faith journey

“God woke me this morning and told me, ‘If you don’t do anything else for me today, phone Barb and tell her it’s time to start the book!’” The phone call was unexpected and direct. Barb Ireland was pleased to hear from her pastor friend. Any connection in this time of nationwide Covid-19 lockdown was welcome, but she did not see her words coming. Barb needed to write the story of how...

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New Release Helps Young Readers Navigate Feelings of Grief After Loss

Why is it important to address a child’s grief after losing a loved one?* Some adults may find the topic heavy and unpleasant and shy away from discussing it. When these discussions do not occur, a child can feel anxious and overwhelmed. However, being open with children about death can help a child navigate and identify their feelings while offering them healthy ways to cope, such as sharing...

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| September 29, 2023

Creative Christian Allegory Uses Sea Creatures to Share the Gospel with Children

Pixar’s highly successful movies Finding Nemo (2003) and Finding Dory (2013) popularized an evolving fish adventure movie genre. The resulting “Nemo effect” was even thought to influence the purchase of guppies. But Kay Vandette, staff writer at, comments, “While animal movies can impact viewers, the researchers found that people are not driven to buy pets but rather seek out...

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| September 26, 2023

One Woman’s Miraculous Story: From Planning Her Funeral to Planning Her Future

Have you ever pondered the power prayer holds in healing illnesses? A study from Baylor University reveals that most Americans have, at some point, sought divine intervention for health-related concerns, often on behalf of loved ones.* But where can we find tangible proof of this healing? Gayle Taylor, an author who has personally experienced the life-altering miracle of healing, unfolds her...

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| September 18, 2023

New children’s picture book depicts the self-sacrificial love of friendship

The repeated lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic reminded us that human beings need each other. “Human beings are wired to connect,” says Michael Platt, Ph.D., a biological anthropologist from the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine. “This social behavior is a critical part of our adaptive toolkit. It allows us to come together and do things that we wouldn’t be...

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| September 13, 2023

New Poetry Book “Irish Frost” Available Nationwide

Author Sean Ewing proudly announces the release of his poetry, “Irish Frost”. Ewing’s verse delves profoundly into the intricate tapestry of grief, anguish, and heartfelt pleas to God. Though life presents challenges, as disciples of Jesus, we are never isolated in our moments of distress. About the Book: This entrancing anthology of poetry explores the profound depths of human anguish and...

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| September 5, 2023

New devotional will help you understand God’s blessing in your life

A new devotional book Living with Purpose, has just been released and is aimed at unlocking the blessing of God on the lives of the readers. Dawn Barrie’s Living with Purpose, which essentially takes one through her life with God, including both the cliff tops and the valleys, will encourage readers in their walk of faith. From having written encouragement verses and words to her family and...

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| August 30, 2023

Christian Historical Novel Addresses Native American Ministry, Assimilation, and Spiritual Warfare

One definition of assimilation is “to absorb into the culture or mores of a population or group,” according to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary. While assimilation in Native American ministry often refers to Native Americans assimilating to white culture, the hero of a new Christian Native American historical fiction release presents a different viewpoint. In The River West (Redemption Press),...

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| August 21, 2023

“Medicine for the Heart:” For all who aspire to live richer, more meaningful lives

Dive into a captivating exploration of faith, meaning, and personal growth Medicine for the Heart: Reading Scripture in Troubled Times, with Kierkegaard by acclaimed author Dwain L. Eckberg. Inspired by the profound wisdom of Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, this transformative book is a call to all seekers, believers, and intellectuals who yearn for a richer and more meaningful...

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