The Divine Romance

Gene Edwards’s classic tale is the greatest love story ever told.

The Divine Romance by Gene Edwards. About the book: A breathtakingly beautiful saga spanning from eternity to eternity, presented from the view of angels. Experience creation, the crucifixion, and the resurrection from this unique viewpoint, and gain a better understanding of the majestic love of God. Gene Edwards’s classic tale is the greatest love story ever told.

The Prisoner In The Third Cell

The prisoner in the third cell

This week’s find: The prisoner in the third cell by Gene Edwards. About the book: “The blade is raised above you. Death stands beside you. Die, my brother John, in the presence of a God who did not live up to your expectations.” Once more the pen of Gene Edwards has crafted a masterfully told and profoundly moving story.

Climb The Highest Mountain!

Climb the highest mountain by Gene Edwards. Few pieces of Christian literature ever address the subject of division in the body of Christ. Fewer still address the problem of how a Christian should conduct himself in such times and how to survive the aftermath. Every Christian will face division at some time in his life.

The Good News About Marriage!

The Good News About Marriage: Debunking Discouraging Myths about Marriage and Divorce by Shaunti Feldhahn. “Shaunti takes aim at marriage myths that have spread like a cancer through our culture–myths that have become self-fulfilling prophecies. This book is packed with game-changing revelations. Like this one: Not only are most people staying married, they are happy in their marriages!” –Emerson Eggerichs, best-selling author of Love and Respect.

Tried By Fire

Full of larger-than-life characters, stunning acts of bravery, and heart-rending sacrifice, Tried by Fire narrates the rise and expansion of Christianity from an obscure regional sect to the established faith of the world’s greatest empire with influence extending from India to Ireland, Scandinavia to Ethiopia, and all points in between. William J. Bennett explores the riveting lives of saints and sinners, paupers and kings, merchants and monks who together—and against all odds—changed the world forever.