Famous at Home is Josh and Christi’s realistic, grace-filled look at the struggles families face in a culture that competes for their time, attention, and identity. Whether you’ve found yourself putting more effort into becoming famous on stages outside the home, or your stage is the home, Famous at Home offers guidance and inspiration to help you give your family the best version of you instead of your leftovers.
Famous at Home by Dr. Josh Straub and Christi Straub
Jodi Stuber wasn't looking for another horse for her struggling therapy ranch—let alone one like Solomon. After losing his herd, he was solitary and sad, spending his days standing near the plastic deer in his yard for company. No stranger herself to loss and heartache, Jodi knew she had to give Solomon a home.
Project Solomon: The True Story of a Lonely Horse Who Found a Home—and Became a Hero
Sis, Take a Breath by Kirsten Watson and Ami McConnell
This is the story of the astronaut’s wife—a journey full of unexpected twists and turns. While the love of her life orbited the Earth, Stacey was about to embark on a knock-your-socks-off adventure right here at home. This season would be different from any Stacey had experienced before.
As founding pastor of Transformation Church, a multiethnic church located in the Charlotte metro area, Derwin L. Gray knows firsthand the hurdles and challenges to the reconciliation that Scripture commands. That is why he carefully outlines in this book how to establish color-blessed discipleship in your own church.
"Hope does not disappoint" The words of St. Paul to the church in Rome, as he was awaiting execution, under house arrest. A history of trials, suffering, and hardship, is also the cultivated field of love, joy, encouragement, good- and, hope. Our authors tell their stories, and in those stories, the Good News of our good God. We invite you check out the list for Black History Month recommendations, that you can enjoy, and engage with, all year.
Global conflicts, civil unrest, fallen leaders, health crises, financial meltdowns—the world is ripe with strife. When we face unexpected personal crises or when society around us seems to be collapsing, we wonder: Why is this happening? Can God be trusted? Read more from the When The Universe Cracks excerpt on our life and faith blog, The Arc.
Ellie Poole Ewoldt debuts with a memoir of desperate hope and fierce love of a family who refused to give up even when they heard the worst possible news for their two-year-old son, Chase. Moment by moment, the Ewoldts faced brain surgery and chemo, spinal taps and transfusions. And yet, the true miracle lay not in the medicine or Chase’s prognosis – rather, Chase’s life shows us the miracle of hope, even through the darkest nights. If there is anything he and the Ewoldts have learned, it is tha
Chase Away Cancer: A Powerful True Story of Finding Light in a Dark Diagnosis