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Know Orphans:  Mobilizing the Church for Global Orphanology
Author: Rick Morton
Binding Type:  Paperback
Publisher:    New Hope Publishers
ISBN:  9781596693999
Retail Price:  $11.99
From the Publisher:
The global orphan crisis is complex. The church’s response should be comprehensive, but is it? In this provocative follow-up to Orphanology, author Rick Morton provides the framework for families and churches to have a gospel-centered response to the growing global issue of orphan care.

KnowOrphans addresses three distinct areas associated with global orphanology. Delving deeper into the criticisms of the movement, the need for reform, and what families can expect, author Rick Morton helps shape realistic perceptions of the challenges and rewards adoptive parents face in transnational adoptions. Through illuminating the work internationally adoptive families can expect, KnowOrphans offers solutions for the church in remedying the ills and deficiencies surrounding the church’s role in equipping and supporting families before, during, and after the adoption process. Knowing that the church’s response and attitude should be one that goes beyond adoption, KnowOrphans also addresses the complexities of how Christians are to respond ethically, compassionately, and comprehensively to the biblical call to care for orphans. KnowOrphans is the next step in conversation as this evangelically based movement of orphan care matures and begins to live out James 1:27 globally.


People Who Argue Are Sick
Overcoming Anger and Healing an Argumentative Spirit
Author:  Dr. Duane Cuthbertson

Binding Type:  Paperback
Publisher:    Morgan James
ISBN:  9781614485100
Retail Price:  $14.95
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Based on both personal and professional experience, “People Who Argue Are Sick”  will help readers understand how anger and argumentation can impact individuals and society.  It covers the topic of arguing and anger in three main sections:  1) the dynamics of arguing, which is the first step to ending the behavior, 2) how arguing and anger is expressed, and 3) real-world application.  Only through understanding and personal application will each reader be able to stop the cycle of arguing and anger.  The Transformation can be a tool that counselors and many others use to break the chains fo bondage within the family, the schools, and within our churches and society.  The book is divided into three sections: 1) Section One – Understand the dynamics of arguing.  2) Section Two – Understand how arguing and anger are expressed.  3) Section Three – Understand specific steps necessary to stop argumentative behavior.


Mom Seeks God:  Practicing Grace in the Chaos
Author:  Julia Roller
Binding Type:  Paperback
Publisher:    Abingdon Press
ISBN:  9781426771026
Retail Price:  $15.99
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Ten essential spiritual disciplines for busy moms.  The first months and years of motherhood can be the most challenging and disorienting of your life—and faith. When you’re surrounded by the happy chaos of children, how do you spend quiet time with God if the only quiet time you get is while you sleep? How can you demonstrate a solid spiritual life to your children if you don’t have time to pursue one yourself?

When Julia Roller discovered that her spiritual growth had been stunted by the busyness of life with her toddler, she embarked on a yearlong journey through ten spiritual disciplines: prayer, fellowship, submission, study, simplicity, silence, worship, fasting, service, and celebration. As she focused on each discipline, she discovered practical ways to observe them—even in the chaos of her every day.

Mom Seeks God offers a highly relatable story and useful advice to help new moms grow in their faith as they address life changes with grace, patience, and prayer. As readers discover ten essential faith practices, they’ll learn that motherhood, itself, is a spiritual discipline, and may be God’s most effective technique for forming a more Christ-like life.

Warrior In Pink
A Story of Cancer, Community, and the God Who Comforts
Author: Vivian Mabuni
Binding Type:  Paperback
Publisher:    Discovery House
ISBN:  9781572938427
Retail Price:  $12.99
From the Publisher:

“I managed to make my way to the car through blurry, tear-filled vision. Inside the car I tried to calm down by looking out the window as cars drove by. Everyone was going somewhere. And I sat and watched. My life had suddenly come to a standstill.”

When young mother Vivian Mabuni was diagnosed with breast cancer three days before Christmas, she struggled to know how to respond. How do you tell your children you have cancer? How do you allow yourself to be vulnerable and ask for your family’s support? And how do you continue to trust God? Through her battle, cancer patients, family, and friends will find perspective, hope, and an honest look at what it is like to be diagnosed with and treated for cancer—as well as encouragement to know that God is present in our pain. 


Redefining Leadership
Character – Driven Habits of Effective Leaders
Author:  Joseph M. Stowell

Binding Type:  Paperback
Publisher:    Zondervan
ISBN:  9780310215653
Retail Price:  $
From the Publisher:

Is successful leadership measured simply by the outcomes a leader achieves, or is there another---more essential---yardstick for measuring success? In Redefining Leadership, author, pastor, and college president Joe Stowell shows us that the best leaders are driven by Christ-formed character, and that truly successful leadership is not defined by the standards of this world but by the counter-intuitive practices and perspectives of the Kingdom of Christ. With compelling personal stories and insights from the Bible, he highlights the contrast between these two radically different leadership styles and demonstrates that the teaching and example of King Jesus, the world's most unlikely leader, is the only model of leadership that leads to maximum results, results that will have an eternal impact.