The Rest of Health

Learn the 7 Vital Strategies to Optimize your Well-being Weaving concrete strategies into a lively, entertaining story, this book reads like compelling fiction yet has the heart and soul of informative...

The Uncomfortable Church

How is a Christian to view same-gender partners? And what is God’s plan for love, sex, marriage, and ordination in the 21st century? Is it possible for Bible-believing Christians and gays and lesbians to...

Crushing the Devil

There is an active, destructive, and intelligent enemy who will do anything to derail you from realizing your full potential and accomplishing your purpose: The devil adapts his temptations and tricks to suit...

Thoughts that Fell From A Taco Shell

“Matt Ouellette is a fresh voice. Honest, funny, and timely, his words bring an original and relevant perspective to today's battle for spiritual authenticity.” —Josh D. McDowell, speaker and...

Caught Between Heaven and Hell

How We’ve Been Tricked into False Belief Have you been behaving badly? Does your life sometimes feel like a big, fat mess? Do you wonder what can be done about your damaged relationships? Are you living...

Lonely Girl, Gracious God

From the moment of her birth, Farema was not like her sisters. She didn't respond normally to sounds or the touch of a hand. She was different. Embrace this mother's deeply personal account of tragedies and...

Waiting for a Father

Hearing the Heart-Cry of the Orphans of the World, by Gary Stephens, Carmen Radley The heart-cry of every child without parents—a cry to be loved and to belong—told through the story of one boy named...

Doing Time With Charlie

Honoring a friend lost suddenly to cancer and his devotion to prison ministry, Kay began to share letters of encouragement with an inmate who was a one of the leaders of Christian inmates at Maine State...

With God, Nothing Is Impossible

How can we fully trust God to do the impossible in spite of our battles against fear, anger, envy and shame? He often seems too removed to be involved in our daily troubling situations. Phillips admits, “I...