The Butterfly and the Violin by Kristy Cambron


Desperate for a distraction after being jilted at the alter, gallery owner Sera James becomes obsessed with finding a painting she once saw as a child. She is determined to track down the original painting. Her search brings her to William Hanover, a wealthy man whose grandfather’s estate could hold the answers she seeks. Together, they try to unravel […]

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One Word 365 (2015)


     The purpose of One Word 365 is to put aside the usual New Year’s resolutions that we never seem to keep. Instead, you pick one word. Just one word that you want to spend the year focusing on and living out… whatever that may mean for you, personally. My word this year is LOVE. […]

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The Sanctuary by Ted Dekker


     Ex-priest Danny Hansen is serving time in prison after being sentenced to fifty years for the murder of two men. His love for Renee Gilmore and finding peace with God led him to confess and take a vow of non-violence. That new vow is tested when Renee receives threats against Danny’s life. The new, experimental prison […]

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No Longer a Slumdog by K. P. Yohannan


     The nation of India is full of children who will never know anything other than poverty. They were born into the Hindu caste system, beneath the lowest caste. They are less than human, untouchable, unwanted. They are forced to work in fields and factories so they might be able to eat one meal each […]

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Erasing Hell by Francis Chan and Preston Sprinkle


     “Erasing Hell” is a response to Rob Bell’s “Love Wins.” Chan and Sprinkle delve into the Bible to see what God said about Heaven and Hell. Using Scripture as their main source, they also discuss what ancient Jewish and Christian writers had to say about Hell, as well as more contemporary Christian writers. Their […]

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Love Wins by Rob Bell


     In his controversial book “Love Wins,” Rob Bell explains his views on Heaven and Hell. How do you get to Heaven? Who goes to Hell? Is that really the point of it all? My summary of the book is short. A LOT shorter than I usually do a summary. There’s a reason for that. If […]

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Crazy Love by Francis Chan


     Think about your average day? Would it look any different if God didn’t exist? If the answer is no, then there’s a problem. According to Francis Chan, based on Scripture, the life of a believer should be different because God does exist. People should be able to tell from our actions, the way we […]

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3 Free E-books by Francis Chan


          Available at eChristian until 11:59 Pacific time, TONIGHT! 3 free e-book downloads of Francis Chan’s Crazy Love, Forgotten God, and Erasing Hell. You do need to have an account, but it’s very quick to sign up, and it’s free. Check out these videos by Francis Chan that give you an idea what the books are […]

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Hateful Christianity?


Why is it that so many non-Christians see Christians as hateful and judgmental? We have to ask ourselves this question. The world of the internet, especially, opens up a large variety of views, but one that seems to be at the forefront is that Christians are hateful. Why is that? My answer may not be […]

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The Priest’s Graveyard by Ted Dekker


     When his mother and sisters are killed during a religious war, Danny Hansen makes it his calling to deal with the injustice in the world. Renee Gilmore is a victim of such injustice. When the love of her life is killed, she vows to avenge his death by going after his killer. These two […]

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