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Do Not Be Afraid!

Everyone deals with fear; not everyone conquers it. In his latest book, Messianic rabbi K.A. Schneider uses his own testimony as living proof of how you can eliminate fear from everyday experiences. read more

There’s a Crack in Your Armor

Best-selling author Perry Stone breaks down Ephesians 6 and gives readers strategies to win spiritual battles using the tried-and-true armor of God, including how to seal off openings that invite assault against you and your family. read more

A Practical Guide to Walking in Healing Power

Chris Gore (Destiny Image)

Get a foundation for true healing—and be trained, equipped and released into a lifestyle of healing and miracles—by understanding the character of God and discovering how God’s miraculous healing power has been demonstrated in the lives of others. read more

Amazed and Confused

If you’ve ever been left hurt and bewildered after earnestly praying, this book will be an eye-opener for you. By exploring the story of Habakkuk, you’ll learn how to move from confusion to worship. read more

The God-First Life

With countless areas of life vying for your attention, how can you uncomplicate your life enough to prioritize a strong relationship with God? Pastor Stovall Weems uses Matthew 6:33 to offer a fresh perspective on what following Christ is all about. read more

The Auschwitz Escape

Best-selling author Joel Rosenberg shares the story of Jacob Weisz’s beloved Germany after the Nazi regime has taken over through a tale that forges into the life of a Jewish militant determined to undermine Hitler’s regime. read more

Growing Up Duggar: It’s All About Relationships

The lives of one of America’s largest reality TV families jump off the pages of this book, written from the vantage point of the four eldest Duggar daughters. They discuss their faith, their dreams and what it’s like to be in a family with 19 children. read more

Mission at Nuremberg

Mission at Nuremberg tells the gripping true-life story of St. Louis Lutheran minister Henry Gerecke. In 1943 and at the age of 50, Gerecke told his wife he was enlisting as a U.S. Army chaplain. As two of his three sons faced danger and death on the battlefield during the height of World War II, Gerecke tended to 2,000 battered bodies and souls of wounded and dying GIs each month in the war hospitals just outside London. read more

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