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Children will love these timeless 5-minute Bible adventures, featuring more than 30 classic stories such as Noah's ark, Daniel and the lions, the birth of Jesus, and more! Settle in for reading time with your little one and 5-Minute Adventure Bible Stories.
By Jim Daly
Perfection is the enemy of parenting. But God doesn't want us, and our kids don't need us, to be perfect. As parents, we're called to simply do our best. And when we fail, we're called to try again tomorrow. And that is the definition of a good family.
By Laura Story
You have sung of the unfathomable glory and goodness of God through the lyrics of "Indescribable," one of the greatest worship hits in recent memory. Now take time to reflect even deeper on His majesty with the beautiful new Indescribable Coloring Book, based on the song that stayed on the...
One of America's best known, iconic athletes shares with young people his principles on how to develop the values, attitudes, and actions that guarantee true and lasting success in life. Throughout his storied football career at the University of Florida and in the NFL with the Denver Broncos and NY...
This book of fifty-two weekly devotionals is a companion to Gary Thomas's Sacred Marriage, which enables couples to think and act upon this premise: What if God designed marriage to make us holy more than to make us happy?
By Ashlee Gadd
The ups and downs and joys and struggles of motherhood are not for the faint of heart. No matter where you are in your journey, find a new strength, beauty, and sisterhood you never truly believed possible in The Magic of Motherhood, a beautiful and encouraging book written for an...
Toward a Secret Sky by New York Times bestselling author Heather Maclean is a fast-paced thriller that mixes reality with possibility, blending an epic romance with a breathless flight through the highlands of Scotland, the secret city under London, and history itself.