Empire’s Children, Patricia Weerakoon Reviewed by Karen Mudge Patricia Weerakoon’s novel, Empire’s Children, is a refreshing addition to the genre of Christian fiction. Strong on historical and cultural ...On February 27, 2016 / By Karen Mudge
A World Transformed: Exploring the Spirituality of Medieval Maps, Lisa Deam (Cascade Books) Reviewed by Nick Mattiske Maps are beautiful things: idealistic landscapes, abstracted. They are naturally skewed ...On February 24, 2016 / By Karen Mudge
Walking in Truth and Love by David Mulready Reviewed by Steven Farrar In Walking in Truth and Love, David Mulready confronts readers with the amazing power of God’s word ...On February 22, 2016 / By Karen Mudge
Palace of Darkness Tracy L. Higley Reviewed by Elizabeth Yager Palace of Darkness tells the story of a mother’s desperate search for safe-haven and stability for herself and ...On February 11, 2016 / By Karen Mudge
Fierce Convictions, by Karen Swallow Prior. Reviewed by Tess Holgate “Great adventures must begin somewhere, and here is as likely a starting place as any: this room, this ...On February 10, 2016 / By Karen Mudge
Graeme Clark, The man who invented the bionic ear, by Mark Worthing. Reviewed by Dr Belinda Garth In this inspiring biography, Mark Worthing takes us on a journey ...On February 8, 2016 / By Karen Mudge
The Lost World of Adam and Eve, John Walton. Reviewed by Katherine Smith Some of the most divisive issues among Christians stem from how we understand Genesis 1-3 ...On February 6, 2016 / By Karen Mudge
Adrian Blenkinsop is the National Youth Manager with Bible Society Australia. He’s passionate about seeing young people really dig into the Bible, and is working to make that happen through writing, speaking, and developing apps like Qbla.
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