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JoHannah is a former Christianity Today editor. She has written numerous novels, a family devotional guide, and an adult devotional. She has written content for the Couples’ Devotional Bible and the Everyday Matters Bible.

JoHannah is married to Brad, who was a pastor for 27 years. He now trains pastors in third-world countries. Read more about how you can be involved with ReachGlobal:

Brad Reardon is a full-time missionary with ReachGlobal. He and his colleagues pass on three things to pastors who have little or no training:

1. How to study the Bible: They train pastors in basic Bible study skills so they can preach truth and disciple their churches.

2. How to obey the Bible: They help pastors to see that the goal of studying the Bible is obed
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Cherry Cobbler

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Gathering Bittersweet

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Redbud Corner

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Proverbs for Kids

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The book of Proverbs is full of practical advice (and is why I wrote a children’s devotional on the book). If you want help in how to live your life, Proverbs can give you a roadmap to begin. Take, for instance, the obsession most of us have with money. It tends to dominate our lives, but this is the balance Proverbs provides:

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No More Fear by JoHannah Reardon
"This 40-day devotional offers powerful Scripture and thought provoking meditations. Each day is focused on one characteristic of God on which to meditate. Reardon’s transparency about her own struggles with fear makes the 40-day journey authentic..." Read more of this review »
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Run with the Horses by Eugene H. Peterson
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I just finished reading this book for the second time. Peterson is a master at taking complex subjects and making them simple to understand. If this book had been titled "a reflection on the prophet Jeremiah," I most likely wouldn't have picked it up ...more
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I learned two things from this book. 1) I do NOT want to be a fisherman in Alaska and 2) I understand the New Testament world of the Gospels a lot better. I loved the way Leslie Leyland Fields weaved both of these worlds together. I could identify wi ...more
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"This approximately one hundred page book might be likened to a Christian fairy tale. Some reviewers have noted similarities to The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe. Targeted for readers age seven and up, I feel that it will appeal most to tweens and y..." Read more of this review »
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"This is a very nice pleasant Christian theme book with some likeable characters. It's well worth the read."
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“The love for equals is a human thing--of friend for friend, brother for brother. It is to love what is loving and lovely. The world smiles. The love for the less fortunate is a beautiful thing--the love for those who suffer, for those who are poor, the sick, the failures, the unlovely. This is compassion, and it touches the heart of the world. The love for the more fortunate is a rare thing--to love those who succeed where we fail, to rejoice without envy with those who rejoice, the love of the poor for the rich, of the black man for the white man. The world is always bewildered by its saints. And then there is the love for the enemy--love for the one who does not love you but mocks, threatens, and inflicts pain. The tortured's love for the torturer. This is God's love. It conquers the world.”
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