Recent Releases

Living the Psalms Life: 10 Guiding Principles for Fellowship with God
Dave Branon

Sometimes, we can overload ourselves with too many commitments. It’s easy to become overwhelmed with responsibilities at work, taking care of our home life, and everything else we add. During these times we need peace and guidance. But where can we turn for help?

Living the Psalms Life offers ten principles to settle your mind and open your heart to a new way of doing life. Allow the ancient book of poetic songs to come alive and provide you with a sense of serenity. Discover how to apply these fundamental truths to lead a life of security, contentment, and guidance.

Paperback: 160 pages
Discovery House


Between Two Shores
Jocelyn Green

The daughter of a Mohawk mother and French father in 1759 Montreal, Catherine Duval finds it is easier to remain neutral in a world that is tearing itself apart. Content to trade with both the French and the British, Catherine is pulled into the fray against her wishes when her British ex-fiance, Samuel Crane, is taken prisoner by her father. Samuel asks her to help him escape, claiming he has information that could help end the war.

Peace appeals to Catherine, but helping the man who broke her heart does not. She delays . . . until attempts on Samuel’s life convince her he’s in mortal danger. Against her better judgment she helps him flee by river, using knowledge of the landscape to creep ever closer to freedom. Their time together rekindles feelings she thought long buried, and danger seems to hound their every mile. She’s risked becoming a traitor by choosing a side, but will the decision cost her even more than she anticipated?

Paperback: 416
Bethany House Publishers


Mothers in Waiting: Healing and Hope for Those with Empty Arms
Crystal Bowman, Meghann Bowman

From the moment you cradled your first baby doll, you imagined yourself a mom. Now here you are, a member of the club no one wants to join—the ten percent of women who struggle to fulfill their motherhood dreams because of infertility.

Meghann Bowman knows what it’s like to be part of that club. Along with best-selling author Crystal Bowman, Meghann has compiled 30 hope-filled stories of women who received the same diagnosis and experienced the heartache she did. Contributors include Valorie Burton, Katie Norris, Shay Shull, Stephanie Tait, Kathe Wunnenberg, and more—women whose journeys through everything from infertility and miscarriage to adoption and miracle births will buoy your faith.

Your story may not look the same, or have the same ending, but you don’t have to suffer alone. You are surrounded by a club of Mothers in Waiting—women willing to come alongside you to offer comfort and peace as you wait.

Paperback: 208 pages
Harvest House


Quinn’s Promise Rock: No Matter Where, God Is Always There
Christie Thomas

Help Your Child Grab Hold of God’s Promises

Quinn, the thoughtful little owl, has a lot of worries and questions for her father.

“What if I get lost?”

“What if you dive and I don’t notice?”

“What if you get too far ahead of me and I can’t find you?”

Written for children experiencing moments of separation anxiety or other common fears, Quinn’s Promise Rock reminds kids that God will always be there for them, whatever happens or wherever they go. Share this comforting truth with your child today.

Hardercover: 32 pages
Harvest House


The Sailboat and the Sea: Encounters with God through the Journey of Life
Peter Lundell

LittleBoat sets out to the open sea and is surprised to find BigSea talking to him. And very surprised BigSea knows him better than he knows himself! Their interactions are at times heartfelt or snarky, comforting or tense, happy or sad, intriguing or challenging, and always instructive. Each day of the journey opens a desire, emotion, hope, or fear common to all humanity. You will certainly identify with LittleBoat throughout his deeply and universally felt emotions, thoughts, and actions. And as you do, prepare for a unique personal encounter with BigSea.

Paperback: 130 pages
Elk Lake Publishing


Common Man, Extraordinary Call: Thriving as the Dad of a Child with Special Needs
Jeff and Becky Davidson

Challenges, equips, and inspires fathers of children with special needs

Becoming the father of a child with special needs can feel like being drafted into the military–and starting duty as a general. Dad is expected to know how to set rules and run drills without any training in leadership. And there are very few resources for men who want to be involved but need guidance and specific ideas. Overwhelmed, many fathers end up going AWOL on their families.

As a twenty-year veteran of special-needs parenting, Jeff Davidson wrote a field manual to give fathers the skills required for the day-to-day demands of parenting. Jeff helps men discover God’s new mission for their lives in each of five specific roles: warrior, protector, provider, encourager, and equipper. He offers rich, real-life examples from dads in the field and a no-nonsense approach from initial diagnosis onward. This book is filled with practical how-tos for parenting in the special needs world, bullet points for easy reading and quick reference, and a Mission Critical synopsis at the end of each chapter.

Informal and task-oriented, Common Man, Extraordinary Call offers growth and hope for men with little free time. And as they process their instructions, they’ll be able to mentor other fathers, creating a strong army of men who not only survive but thrive as capable dads to their children with special needs.

Paperback: 208 pages
Kregel Publications