Tag Archives: Tyndale House Publishing

“With Love Wherever You Are” by Dandi Daley Mackall

Love Goes the Distance! In 1996, the author’s dying father asked her to go to his home’s attic, and get his old army trunk—and to make sure she did it when her mom wasn’t home.  He also made her promise … Continue reading

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“The Sisters of Sugarcreek” by Cathy Liggett

There They Are—My Friends! The day the church burned in Sugarcreek, two lives were lost.  That put in motion a chain of events that ultimately caused three very different women to find friendship with each other. Jessica Holtz has left … Continue reading

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“The Beyond Suffering Bible”

Keep On Keeping On! What is suffering?  Is it long-term physical pain, deep grief, or emotional issues that cut like a knife—perhaps some or all of the above?  Any or all of these things can leave you reeling, and if … Continue reading

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“The Missing Matisse: A Memoir” by Pierre H. Matisse

Rubbing Shoulders with Famous Artists, Fighting Nazis, and Finding God Imagine growing up in France while it is occupied by the Nazis during World War II.  Or perhaps imagine growing up rubbing shoulders with some of the most famous artists … Continue reading

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“The Occupied” by Craig Parshall

They Don’t Only Come Out After Dark…. This is a Christian supernatural thriller!  All three of those subjects come together in a very fast-moving and believable story.  If the reality of God and the devil aren’t acknowledged, they don’t have … Continue reading

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