What is in store for Christian Literature?

What is in store for Christian Literature?
Great! So, now that I'm back, I'm sure you are wondering what is in store for Christian Literature. During my--we'll call it, "the dark period"--I received a few children's books to review, and acquired a nice library of books on my own that I intended--and still intend--to review. Here is a look at some of the upcoming titles at ChristianLiterature@BellaOnline.

Releasing The Spirit of Prophecy: The Supernatural Power of Testimony by Bill Johnson---based upon Revelation 19:10

Rescuing Finley by Dan Walsh--the story of a dog named Finley, and how God uses him to bring healing and redemption to those around him.

The Miracle of The Scarlet Thread by Richard Booker--the story of the power of the blood of Jesus as told throughout the Bible.

Praying For Our Children by Elmer Town

Amish Cooking by Sarah Spencer
Sharing Jesus by Jeffrey McClain Jones--a young couple experience the voice of Jesus.

God Me and Sweet Iced Tea by Rose Chandler Johnson--a devotional of sorts---it encourages the reader to find the beauty and majesty of God in the every day

Foreclosed by Traci Tyne Hilton--who doesn't love a good mystery?

Learning To Pray by K.P. Yohannnan----prayer is our lifeline to God. This book will help you break through barriers that are holding you back

Fully Alive by Larry Crabb--this book deals with breaking through stereotypes that hold back men and women.

The Seven Most Powerful Prayers That Will Change Your Life Forever by Adam Houge

Max Elliot Anderson is an acclaimed author of several children's books, several of which are also on the shelf. If you are looking for well written prose for boys from seven to eleven, stay tuned.

Rounding out the list of upcoming books is my review of some Christian Homeschool material. The Easy Peasy program is a free, online progra, that covers math, science, history, reading and language arts from a Christian perspective.

Which book are you most excited to hear about? Drop me a line and let me know!






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