Thelma Wells | Harvest House Publishers Exploring Scripture with an eye to what it takes to trust in God with a modern-day faith, popular women’s conference speaker Thelma Wells encourages readers to “Put on Your Shoes, Step Out, and Get Ready to Win!” in God, I’m Ready to Walk in Faith. Known as “Mama T,” …
Robert Velarde | IVP
In The Wisdom of Pixar: An Animated Look at Virtue, Robert Velarde offers a thoughtful perspective on Christian principles as presented in some of the most popular animated films in recent years. Cars, Up and Finding Nemo are just a few of the films he delves into to find a variety of themes that support many of the values of Christianity.
Pete Wilson | Thomas Nelson
Nashville, Tenn., pastor Peter Wilson's Plan B: What Do You Do When God Doesn't Show Up the Way You Thought He Would? is a book whose title speaks for itself. The author writes from his personal and pastoral experience with tragedy and unmet expectations. Along with the biblical stories of Ruth, Job, Joseph and others, he examines the disappointments and unexpected challenges that present themselves as opportunities to choose love and trust God.
Mike Dellosso | Realms
Mike Dellosso continues his run of supernatural horror in his latest release, Darlington Woods, a thrilling tale of a man's relentless search for his missing son in the darkness of a village lost to fear.After losing his wife and son, Rob Shields travels to a small town in Maryland, expecting nothing more than to live out the remainder of his days enduring haunting dreams and hallucinations.
Robert Elmer | Abingdon Press
In the international flavor of his youth series "Young Underground," Robert Elmer's latest stand-alone novel Wildflowers of Terezin is the story of a young nurse and a pastor who risk their lives to protect the Jews in German-occupied Denmark during World War II.
By Megan Carson | Regal Books | softcover | 192 pages | $12.99
A Year of Blind Dates: A Single Girl's Search for 'the One' by debut author Megan Carson is a comical account of her own experience while searching for Mr. Right. Assisted by a dating service and friends who are all too willing to introduce her to potential mates, Carson embarks on a series of dates that change her in a way she never expects.
By Calvin Nowell with Gayla Zoz | Tyndale House Publishers | softcover | 224 pages | $14.99
Christian recording artist Calvin Nowell has written Start Somewhere: Losing What's Weighing You Down From the Inside Out as an encouragement to anyone who has ever felt the burden of sin and the need for a Savior.
By Miles McPherson | Baker Books | hardcover | 224 pages | $19.99
In Do Something! Make Your Life Count, Miles McPherson challenges readers to make a difference in their lives and communities through the love of Jesus. Each chapter offers teaching couched in a real-life story demonstrating a biblical truth.
McPherson shares his personal experiences in dealing with drug addiction, unhealthy relationships and the pressures that come with being a professional athlete.
By Karen Kingsbury | Zondervan |softcover | 336 pages |$14.99
Karen Kingsbury's Shades of Blue is the story of a young couple whose lives are forever changed by a series of unwise choices. The author explores the harsh realities of abortion through the lives of her characters.
Brad Cutler and Laura James are engaged to be married in only six weeks when a secret from his past suddenly begins to affect the prospect of his future.
By Judith Miller | Bethany House | softcover | 336 pages | $13.99
The Carousel Painter is a romantic tale of a young woman's journey to find peace despite the turmoil and injustice surrounding her. Judith Miller takes readers back to a time when the lines of class and gender are strictly drawn, and a single woman trying to support herself in a man's world faces serious problems.
By T.L. Hines | Thomas Nelson | softcover | 400 pages | $14.99
In T.L. Hines' newest suspense thriller, Faces in the Fire, unexpected life events and bizarre situations work together to bring acceptance and cleansing by nothing less than fire.
Kurt Marlowe is an amnesiac whose past life unfolds before him when he listens to the voices of ghosts. Corrine prefers to be anonymous, but when she is diagnosed with terminal cancer, she must open herself to the world she once feared.
By Brandilyn Collins | Zondervan | softcover | 272 pages | $14.99
Known for bringing characters to life in her mystery thrillers, Collins achieves that feat again in Exposure. The story is structured using two convergent plots and two distinct settings, heightening suspense with every page.
Kaycee Raye of Wilmore, Ky., is a columnist whose dubious life experiences lead her to face her fears in print. While her column in the local paper helps people deal with irrational insecurities and phobias, her bravery dissipates when she begins to see her own worst nightmares coming true.