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Christian faith and living book among July releases of B&H

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–A book for people wanting to know more about the basic foundations of Christian faith and living is among four new Broadman & Holman books being released in July.

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— Christianity: A Follower’s Guide is a comprehensive collection of essays about the basic foundations of Christianity written by respected and popular Christian authors. Edited by Pete Briscoe, the book includes essays by Kay Arthur, Henry Blackaby, Max Lucado, Calvin Miller, Chuck Swindoll and Joni Eareckson Tada.

— There’s No Place Like Home by Mary Larmoyeux and Ethan Pope (with a foreword by Beverly LaHaye) gives spiritual encouragement and financial advice to working women who would like to become stay-at-home moms. Each chapter includes a case study of a mother who wants to become a stay-at-home mom and addresses topics like home schooling and home-based careers.

— The Janus Deception, a novel by John F. Bayer. Lieutenant Commander Jake Madsen, MD, U.S. Naval Reserves feels he has very little left to live for after his wife, Kathy’s, death. However, when the doctor examines Sgt. Jerry Wallace, he discovers a strange implant in Wallace’s chest, which propels Madsen into a world where human emotions and actions are no longer taken into account.

— Valley of Promises by Bonnie Leon. The first of The Matanuska Series, this novel features Will Hasper and his family who are forced to give up their farm to join a federal government project. Because of the Great Drought of 1930, many farmers must leave their land and go to Alaska’s Matanuska Valley, where the project is established. Leon writes of the colonists’ experiences and how they learn to trust in God’s promises

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