Find Your People is just the book we need to read in 2022! Jennie Allen returns to encourage us to build community & connections!
I have never read a self-help book that teaches you to let go of yourself and hold onto God until I picked up Get Out of Your Head!
Are you tired of living a mediocre life? In his latest release, Michael Todd challenges Christians to stop playing it safe & pursue the CrAzY!
Revolutionize the way you live your life with Jordan Raynor’s latest release, Redeeming Your Time, an incredible time management book!
We are all searching for a place of belonging. Caleb Kaltenbach addresses & more in his explosive, thought-provoking release, Messy Truth!
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!
The Well-Watered Woman by Gretchen Saffles contains something for everyone; inspiring believers to dig their roots deeper into the Word of God!
A guidebook to life! Jordan Raynor explores what becoming a master of one in a world that encourages us to become a jack/jill-of-all-trades does for the body of Messiah and our relationship with God!
“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!
A Devotional Journey Through Proverbs was one of the best and most beautiful devotions I have ever followed!
Start the year off right with a book that will inspire you to forgo the status quo and dedicate your life to bringing God glory!
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!
Sometimes it’s the book we don’t think we need that is the most impactful!
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!
I Kissed Dating Goodbye was a book that haunted me throughout my childhood; however, five years later, I’ve read it again to understand the controversy and hurt that it has caused in the Christian community.