January 10, 2024

The Distant Lighthouse

In this short, illustrated parable, the Light Keeper helps a fading lighthouse regain its life-saving beam.

Offshore, a distant lighthouse guides ships through a treacherous stretch of water to safe harbor. As time goes by, it becomes lonely. The stubborn feeling of isolation dims its memory of the unique purpose for which it was built. […]


December 18, 2023

The Gospel of the Four

In The Gospel of the Four, author Peter Boaz Jones knits together all four gospels of the Christian New Testament to provide a comprehensive account of the life and ministry of Jesus.

Jones proceeds chronologically, beginning with genealogy and accounts of Jesus’s birth, before describing Jesus’s baptism, ministry, death, and afterlife. Every few verses, Jones […]


December 18, 2023

I Am a Wife

In I Am a Wife, Carol Copeland shares her relationship experiences and biblical wisdom to help Christian single ladies navigate the dating world.

After multiple failed relationships and a battle with cancer, Copeland met the man God designed to be her husband. Though her story has a happy ending, finding her true love was no […]


November 7, 2023

Something Must Be Broken

Author Priscilla Bradford, a seminary graduate with a Certificate in Christian Counseling, offers readers a passionate and experience-based case for knowing God spiritually rather than via the restrictions of man-made religious systems.

Bradford’s chapters are logically presented to cover the essential areas of belief. She begins with her personal testimony, ”My Truth,” then follows with […]


October 17, 2023

The Love Tree: Journey to Everlasting

In The Love Tree: Journey to Everlasting, Elise Abiel provides a sweet, succinct guide to the Christian teachings that have provided assurance and comfort throughout her life.

Each chapter in the book addresses a different longing, like hope, security, faith, passion, justice, truth, belonging. Abiel includes brief outlines of her own life: growing up on […]


October 10, 2023

The Prophet’s Pulpit: Commentaries on the State of Islam, Volume I

A khutbah, in the Muslim world, usually refers to the sermon on Friday before the noon prayer. In The Prophet’s Pulpit, Dr. Josef Linnhoff has collected nearly two dozen such writings by noted Islamic academic and jurist Professor Khaled Abou El Fadl.

Linnhoff prefaces this work by detailing his conversion and the impact that the […]


August 1, 2023

Modern Catholic Concerns

Author Peter Mazurek has compiled a clear and comprehensive guide that educates Catholic believers on matters of faith stretching from the beginnings of the church to the future.

Mazurek, a Catholic with a law background, aims to support lay believers seeking to understand how their faith directs them to live. He begins with careful grounding […]


July 18, 2023

Catholic Church? Why Not?: Diaries of a Small-Town Priest, Volume I

In this fictitious journal, author Jack Scissons details the daily life of a newly ordained Catholic priest as he explores modern solutions to outdated theological beliefs.

After the assisted death of his young, ailing wife, Cam Wilson “drank a lot to deal with the loss of her [and] ended up in an alcoholic treatment program […]


July 11, 2023

Salvation from the Lake of Fire: The Beauty of John 3:16

Elisabeth Nelson examines the validity of three differing views of spiritual damnation in this easy-to-follow explanation of Christian salvation.

A preacher’s child, Elisabeth Nelson spent her life in church and studying the Bible. Now in her 60s, she presents her research of three views of the “lake of fire”: Conditionalism, Universalism and Traditionalism. Nelson argues […]


July 4, 2023

Is There Evidence For God?: An Economist Searches for Answers

Robert Genetski’s apologetics work examines scientific, historical and religious information to argue for God’s existence.

Born into a Catholic family, Genetski was a firm believer when his devout mother told him, several years before her death, that she no longer believed in God. “I was stunned!” he writes. “…The incident may have been the spark […]