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| June 20, 2024

New Release Offers Help in Dealing with Personal Difficulties

How should we best handle personal struggles and difficulties in life? Secular psychologists point us to solutions such as self-care, feeling our feelings, and other strategies to deal with our problems. In a new release, Fighting My Battles with God on My Side (Redemption Press), author Kim Hardy points us back to God and reminds us we don’t have to face our struggles alone as God...

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| June 19, 2024

New Inspirational Release Issues an Invitation to Authentic Worship

Denominations, congregations, and individuals often differ on the correct answer to the question “What is worship?” Sinclair Ferguson writes, “There is a difference between going to a service ‘for the worship’ and going to a service ‘to worship the Lord.’ The distinction appears to be a minor one, but it may imply the difference between the worship of God and the worship of...

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| June 18, 2024

Practical Help for Mothers Raising a Special Needs Child Offered in New Release

“Every 4 1/2 minutes, a baby is born with a birth defect in the United States. Birth defects affect 1 in every 33 babies born in the United States each year. That translates into about 120,000 babies,” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.[1] When one mother’s son contracted group B strep on the third day of his life, he became a part of that statistic. Sandra Nieto,...

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| June 12, 2024

New Release Explores the Identity Question “Who am I?” by First Answering the Question “Who is God?”

A new release focuses on self-discovery and identity by putting first things first. In Knowing Him, Finding Me (Redemption Press), debut author Rochelle Lefler recommends first finding out who God is and then who He has created us to be. Lefler, who works with women in university ministry, says first we need an understanding of the characteristics of God before we discover who we were meant to...

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| May 31, 2024

New book examines the predicted two great attacks to come upon modern Pentecostals and Charismatics in last days

Christian historian and Bible expositor, Michael D. Fortner, has released another book filled with surprising insights and revelations; The Last Great Spiritual Conflict: Satan’s War Against Pentecostals and Charismatics. Delving deep into the archives of Pentecostal history, the author discovered an ominous vision published in 1916 that predicted two great attacks to come upon modern...

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| May 8, 2024

Everyman Poet Reflects on Life, Faith, and the Majesty of God’s Creation in New Release

Poetry is defined as “Writing that formulates a concentrated imaginative awareness of experience in language chosen and arranged to create a specific emotional response through meaning, sound, and rhythm.”[1] Sometimes, poetry comes from a well of unusual sources and experiences, other times it finds its origin in everyday life. Mitchell W. Smith, whose background is in construction and who...

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| May 7, 2024

New Book Unveils the Heart of the Bible in a Captivating Narrative

Ren Vandesteeg’s, “The Bible is Easier to Understand Than You May Think,” serves as an essential guide for those eager to explore the depths of biblical truth. Vandesteeg masterfully outlines the Bible’s entire narrative, from Creation to Revelation, emphasizing God’s enduring plan of redemption. Through timelines, illustrations, and thought-provoking study questions, he makes the...

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| May 2, 2024

New book combines science, technology, engineering, art and math to compel reasons for believing in Jesus

Proving that the earth was created by God, and that Jesus in fact walked the earth, has been the debate of Christian scientists and scholars for years. Yet, they have come up against stiff opposition, desperate to prove them wrong. However, what if we could add to the proof of Jesus’ existence, as well as building faith in Him, via the ‘STEAM’ model? Many will ask, what on earth is...

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| May 1, 2024

New Release Highlights Serving Cross-Culturally with Humility and Faith

Natalie Monk went to rural Mozambique as a medical missionary with something to give. In Missionary Ponderances: Learning to Let God be the Answer (Redemption Press), she describes the process of discovering through cross-cultural and personal challenges that she was the learner; she didn’t have all the answers. While she had the medical training as a pediatric nurse practitioner and...

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Primer on Prayer Teaches Biblical Principles for Effective Prayer

 “More than half (55%) of Americans say they pray every day, according to a 2014 Pew Research Center survey,” and women and Americans ages sixty-five and older are more likely to pray.[1] Yet many do not know what the Bible says about prayer. Jon Drury, a retired career pastor, aims to change that with his new release, You Rang? Biblical Principles of Prayer (Redemption Press). The...

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