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The American flag flies next to and in front of Capitol Hill. By rarrarorro/stock.adobe.com

In “Ghosted,” Nancy French shares her unique and compelling life story

Hands in the air of people who praise God at church service. By tutye/stock.adobe.com

In “Generation Awakened,” Sarah Thomas Baldwin gives an eyewitness account of the powerful outpouring of God at Asbury

Married couple reading bible together at home. By tutye/stock.adobe.com

In “Sex and Marriage,” Chris Legg and Mark Legg combine Scripture and psychology in order to transform marital intimacy

Hands folded in prayer in front of the US Capitol building. By lazyllama/stock.adobe.com

In “The Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory,” Tim Alberta recounts the infiltration of political extremism into American Christianity

A woman bows her head and clasps her hands in prayer over an open Bible on a table with a cup of coffee nearby. By ptnphotof/stock.adobe.com

In “Nobody’s Mother,” Sandra L. Glahn seeks God’s truth on women’s giftings

A man reads an open book in the palm of his hand. © By Lydia Goolia/stock.adobe.com

“Holy Moments” and the allure of quasi-Christian self-help books

Stack of vintage books. What were Tim Keller's spiritual and intellectual influences?

From Kierkegaard to Calvin, Stott to Sproul, who formed Tim Keller? A review of “Timothy Keller: His Spiritual and Intellectual Formation”

A mother and daughter clap their hands together, sending flour into the air, while making bread. © By fizkes/stock.adobe.com

“Liturgy of the Ordinary” by Tish Harrison Warren offers a profound message on our everyday lives

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In “The Anxiety Opportunity,” Curtis Chang says that worry opens doors to our best selves

Skull, Bible, candle, and butterfly on a table

Deconstructing your faith? Feeling deeply hurt by the church? Read “Death to Deconstruction” by Joshua S. Porter

A multicultural group of three senior adult men laugh with each other. © LIGHTFIELD STUDIOS /stock.adobe.com

In his latest book, Gary Chapman believes we can change the world one friendship at a time

Famous ruins of the Roman Forum in Rome, Italy, during sunrise. © twindesigner /stock.adobe.com

In “The Air We Breathe,” Glen Scrivener reveals how deeply Christianity has influenced Western culture

Do women have equal power in the workplace? In “Take Back Your Power,” Deborah Liu offers “10 New Rules for Women at Work”

The latter half of your life could be its best: In “From Strength to Strength,” Arthur C. Brooks maps your late-in-life journey

In “We the Fallen People,” Robert Tracy McKenzie discusses the understanding of human nature built into American democracy

In “The Stranger at Our Shore,” Joshua Sherif challenges the church to embrace immigrants and refugees

How to prevent politics from severing relationships: An interview with “Now What?” coauthor Beth Silvers

Will America break up? In “Divided We Fall,” David French says it’s possible

Watergate 50 years later: “Watergate: A New History” is a grim reminder of corruptive power

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“Strange New World” by Carl. R Trueman is the best historical explanation of our current cultural crisis

What does it mean to work for your Father? A review of “The Family Business” by Geoff Peters

What does the Bible say about marijuana? A review of “Cannabis and the Christian” by Dr. Todd Miles

Scrolling Twitter at a nuclear compound: A review of “Spies, Lies, and Algorithms” by Amy Zegart

What we’re reading: “Divine Disruption: Holding on to Faith When Life Breaks Your Heart” by Dr. Tony Evans

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