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Pilgrim’s Progress

Pilgrim’s Progress is one of the most well-known pieces of Christian literature, written in 1678 by English author Paul Bunyan. It is an allegory of a man aptly named Christian on his travels from the City of Destruction (representing the world) to...

The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom

In the Hiding Place, Corrie Ten Boom chronicles the true story of her experience in German-occupied Holland during WWII. Ten Boom was part of a deeply Christian family that owned an old-fashioned watch shop. Casper Ten Boom, the patriarch of the...

Trusting God by Jerry Bridges

Any believer, or human being for that matter, comes to a point in their life where they question the goodness and sovereignty of God. So much in our world is unexplainable and unjust, leaving anyone to wonder who is really in control. In Trusting...

Lies Women Believe and the Truth that Sets Them Free

In Lies Women Believe, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth addresses a slew of issues directed specifically at women, ranging from our view on God to marriage and family. Wolgemuth’s writing is basic and easy to read, offering advice to young girls as well as...

Redeeming Love

The story of Hosea comes alive in Redeeming Love written by renowned author Francine Rivers. Set during the California Gold Rush, Rivers develops a narrative that mirrors Hosea’s metaphorical portrait of God’s redeeming love towards His people. ...