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Leaping the Wall

Practical Ways to Empower Faith During Difficult Time


Using a storytelling style and biblical truth to encourage practical aspects of faith, Julie Kloster, Christian freelance writer and speaker from Sycamore, IL, 
investigates ways to empower faith during difficult times. Written with compassion, honesty, and truth, this book explores the deeper questions
of faith that haunt us. Why does a loving God allow pain and suffering? How do sorrow and grief fit in with the biblical understanding that God has a good plan for our lives? Does God care about our pain?
Through practical suggestions, encouraging stories, and Scripture,  Kloster gently encourages readers to focus on grace, peace, joy, and hope to empower faith during sorrow and pain.


The Eternal Truths of Narnia


What eternal truths did the master storyteller, C. S. Lewis, weave into his magical and delightful adventures of Narnia? Embedded in each story are nuggets of eternal truth that reveal God's character, sovereignty, and desire for intimacy with his children. In studying these eternal truths and the parallels found in God's Word,these stories are tools that can draw us nearer to the heart of God.




The purpose of the Everyday Matters Bible for Women is to help women use spiritual disciplines—or practices—that position themselves to receive power and strength to do those things that cannot possibly do on one's own and to make everyday life fuller and deeper. The contemporary language of the New Living Translation is combined with content from contemporary Christian leaders and writers to help the reader understand and apply twenty four core spiritual disciplines.

Julie Kloster, Christian freelance writer and speaker from Sycamore, IL,  is one of more than 140 contributors who provided articles and features.Other contributors include well-known Christian leaders and writers such as: Kay Warren, Priscilla Shirer, Elisa Morgan, Nancy & John Ortberg, Richard Foster, Liz Curtis Higgs, and Lauren Winner.


The Yellow Convertible

For two years, Caroline's husband has been missing in action in Vietnam War. She is losing hope, spiraling into depression, and escaping reality with alcohol. She abandons her children into the care of fiercely independent but aging, female relatives who include the children in an adventure west in a yellow convertible. 

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