Notable New Releases in Christian Books for June 2010

365 Things Every Successful Leader Should Know, by John Edmund Haggai

365 Things Every Successful Leader Should Know
by John Edmund Haggai
Genre: Christian Living

Renowned leader John Haggai has instructed many on the enduring characteristics and principles at the core of successful leadership. Now his leadership wisdom has been distilled in this collection of 365 pithy sayings sure to inspire and motivate readers.


A Dream for Hannah, (Hannah's Heart Series #1) by Jerry S. Eicher

A Dream for Hannah (Hannah's Heart)
by Jerry S. Eicher
Genre: Fiction

Hannah Miller’s Amish faith is solid. Her devotion to her family and Indiana community is unquestionable. Yet her young spirit longs for adventure and romance. As troubling circumstances give her good reason to spend the summer at her aunt’s Montana horse ranch, Hannah soon discovers she has much to learn about life and love.


A Hope for Hannah, (Hannah's Heart Series #2) by Jerry S. Eicher

A Hope for Hannah (Hannah's Heart)
by Jerry S. Eicher
Genre: Fiction

Hannah Byler is now married. She and Jake live in a small Amish community near Montana’s Cabinet Mountains, and the rough log cabin is far from everything Hannah holds dear. Anxious about her new role as wife and soon-to-be mother, Hannah understands she must learn to control her anxious heart if her marriage is to survive.


All of Grace, (Moody Classics) by Charles H. Spurgeon All of Grace (Moody Classics)
by Charles H. Spurgeon
Genre: Christian Living

In an age of limited travel and isolated nations, C.H. Spurgeon preached to over 10,000,000 people in person—sometimes up to 10 times per week. It is in this classic work that Spurgeon most clearly presents the message of salvation—man’s ultimate need and God’s unique provision—both simply and sincerely, for honest seekers and zealous witnesses alike.


Demon, by Tosca Lee Demon: A Memoir
by Tosca Lee
Genre: Fiction

Recently divorced and mired in a meaningless existence, Clay drifts from his drab apartment to his equally lusterless job as an editor for a small Boston press — until the night Lucian finds him and everything changes with the simple words, “I'm going to tell you my story, and you're going to write it down and publish it.”


Dying to Live, Abandoning Yourself to God's Bold Paradox by Clayton King Dying to Live: Abandoning Yourself to God's Bold Box
by Clayton King
Genre: Christian Living

Clayton King has spoken to 2,000,000-plus people in 30 countries, including hundreds of thousands in the teen-to-30s age group. Inspiring, humorous, energetic, he presents Christianity’s unchanging core message with new vividness and passion.


Hello, I Love You, Adventures in Adoptive Fatherhood by Ted Kluck Hello, I Love You: Adventures in Adoptive Fatherhood
by Ted Kluck
Genre: Parenting

For the young Christian couple, perhaps the only feeling more paralyzing and lonely than the one I’ve described is that of infertility. There are pregnancy announcements nearly every week in the church bulletin, and not wanting to “rain on your friends’ parade,” you suffer and grieve together in silence.



Out of the Spin Cycle, Devotions to Lighten Your Mother Load by Jen Hatmaker Out of the Spin Cycle: Devotions to Lighten Your Mother Load
by Jen Hatmaker
Genre: Devotions

In Out of the Spin Cycle, author and speaker Jen Hatmaker takes the words and deeds of Jesus, adds the humor of a young mom's life, and offers messages of grace and encouragement. Covering areas such as worry, marriage, priorities, money, and the comparison trap, this dynamic Bible teacher brings Jesus's message alive in short, to-the-point devotionals for your busy life. This is a devotional for you–the woman inside the mom–the Bible student, the learner, the world-changer.


Ransome's Crossing, (The Ransome Trilogy) by Kaye Dacus Ransome's Crossing: The Ransome Trilogy
by Kaye Dacus
Genre: Fiction

Charlotte Ransome, desperate to reach Jamaica to see her secret fiancé, disguises herself as a midshipman for a convoy led by her brother, Captain William Ransome. Meanwhile, William and his new bride, Julia, face the rough swells of the sea and of marriage as they try to adjust to life together.


Seductive Delusions, Exposing Lies About Sex by Gerard Henry Seductive Delusions: Exposing the Lies About Sex
by Gerard Henry
Genre: Non Fiction-Misc

In Seductive Delusions, Gerard Henry addresses one of the most important topics of this millennium — sexuality and the new sexual ethic.
Henry emphasizes how the bombardment of sexual images on TV, billboards, the Internet and other forms of media continually assaults the message of abstinence.)


Take Four, (Above the Line Series #4) by Karen Kingsbury Take Four (Above the Line Series)
by Karen Kingsbury
Genre: Fiction

In Take Four, the final book in the Above the Line Series by New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury, filmmakers Keith Ellison and Dayne Matthews have finally inked a deal to have the nation's top young actor star in their current film. But the actor takes a public fall that threatens his reputation. Now the producers must act as missionaries to save the film, their families, and the young movie star.


The Breath of Life, A Christian Exploration of Personhood by Bob Smietana The Breath of Life: A Christian Exploration of Personhood
by Bob Smietana
Genre: Christian Living

Many of our day's controversial issues (abortion, fertility treatment, stem cell research, torture, euthanasia) are grounded in the same two questions: (1) What constitutes personhood? and (2) What rights does a person have?


The Overcoming Life, by D. L. Moody The Overcoming Life
by D. L. Moody
Genre: Christian Living

D. L. Moody writes, “It is like this. When a man enters the army, he is a member of the army the moment he enlists; he is just as much a member as a man who has been in the army ten or twenty years.


The Overton Window, by Glenn Beck The Overton Window
by Glenn Beck
Genre: Fiction

A plan to destroy America, a hundred years in the making, is about to be unleashed . . . can it be stopped? There is a powerful technique called the Overton Window that can shape our lives, our laws, and our future.


The Portable Patriot, Documents, Speeches, and Sermons That Compose the American Soul by Joel J. Miller The Portable Patriot
by Joel J. Miller
Genre: Non Fiction-Misc

An accessible and unique collection of foundational American documents, speeches, and sermons that shed light on where we came from and where we might go. America is an ideal and a philosophy as much as a place.


The Secret of Guidance, by F. B. Meyer The Secret of Guidance
by F. B. Meyer
Genre: Christian Living

F. B. Meyer writes, “The grace of purity and self-control, of fervent prayer and understanding in the Scriptures, of love for men and zeal for God, of lowliness and meekness, of gentleness and goodness”


The Unshakable Truth, How You Can Experience the 12 Essentials of a Relevant Faith by Josh McDowell The Unshakable Truth
by Josh McDowell
Genre: Christian Living

The name Josh McDowell promises real-life, on-the-street Christian apologetics. McDowell, along with his son, Sean, draws on a lifetime of work to create this comprehensive handbook on what Christians believe, why they believe it, how it is relevant.


Walker's Wedding, (The Western Sky Series) by Lori Copeland Walker's Wedding
by Lori Copeland
Genre: Fiction

Bestselling author Lori Copeland (Outlaw's Bride and A Kiss for Cade) weaves together elements of another classic Western romance with themes of redemption, forgiveness, and second chances.


What God Really Thinks About Women, Finding Your Significance Through the Women Jesus Encountered by Sharon Jaynes What God Really Thinks About Women
by Sharon Jaynes
Genre: Womens Interest

Popular speaker, teacher, and author Sharon Jaynes (more than 235,000 copies sold) reveals the stories of women in the Bible who had meaningful encounters with Jesus.

One Comment

  1. said:

    Kiki, Demon by Tosca Lee was actually published in 2007. Frankly, I did not like the theology espoused in it, but I did review it. sincerely, Gina Burgess

    July 27, 2010
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