The Happiest Man on Earth is more than a memoir, it’s a reminder to all of us that there is always beauty to be found in life.
In an incredibly open and honest account of her life, Tana lays herself bare in her memoir, The Relentless Courage of a Scared Child.
Emily Lex didn’t know who she was. After years of being who others needed her to be, Emily went on a journey to live freely and lightly!
Get ready for your heart to swell with bunny fever as you read Peacebunny Island, an incredible memoir about a sixteen-year-old boy’s mission to save endangered rabbits, spread awareness, and train bunnies to console people needing a spark of hoppiness in their lives.
“It’s Never Too Late” to gain a new fan, and Kathie Lee Gifford made one of me. You’ll laugh, cry, smile, and be inspired with this memoir!
Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together (Exclusive Interview with the Author)
Heart-wrenching yet uplifting, Oliver reminds us that when we put our trust in the Lord, He will always be with us in our time of need.
A book that will shake your world and test your heart! A Change of Affection is more than a man’s redemption story; it’s an awakening that will ask who you are and how far you will go for Jesus!
I Still Believe is an incredible book that will stretch your faith and cause you to look at your own life to see how God has been with you.
A hidden gem in a sea of countless publications, The Boy on the Wooden Box, is a memoir about Leon Leyson, the youngest to be included on Schindler’s List.
What really happened in the children’s block of Hitler’s death camp? Did books really save Dita? Dita Kraus shares the truth in an exclusive interview!
Be Loved is perfect for teens who are navigating their way through high school, and for all the girls who don’t already know how much their Father in heaven loves them!
Margaret McMullen was looking for a story; but after visiting Yad Vashem during her trip to Israel in 2008, she found more than her next book, she found her family!
Adrift is a memoir of love, loss, and survival; more than that, it’s also a book that will inspire you to live out your passions and not let devastation keep you from doing what you love.
For the last two years, I’ve been following Cole and Savannah LaBrant on social media. In their first memoir, they beautifully share their love story and their journey to become a family.
Messy Grace is a brilliant book that I recommend all congregations, groups, and families read together as a way of discussing and searching the Word on this subject.