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  • Living in Bonus Time
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    Living in Bonus Time

    Surviving Cancer, Finding New Purpose

    by Alec Hill

    Those who experience and survive cancer live in bonus time, a season of grace that can be both disorienting and wonderful. In this honest and hopeful account, two-time survivor Alec Hill helps readers recalibrate expectations, grapple with survivor's guilt, and steward the opportunities for new purpose and growth. Survivors and caregivers can discover how encountering death can bring us to a different kind of life.

  • Living in Bonus Time Living in Bonus Time
    ebook

    Living in Bonus Time

    Surviving Cancer, Finding New Purpose

    by Alec Hill

    Those who experience and survive cancer live in bonus time, a season of grace that can be both disorienting and wonderful. In this honest and hopeful account, two-time survivor Alec Hill helps readers recalibrate expectations, grapple with survivor's guilt, and steward the opportunities for new purpose and growth. Survivors and caregivers can discover how encountering death can bring us to a different kind of life.

  • Before Their Time
    hardcover

    Before Their Time

    Lessons in Living from Those Born Too Soon

    by Daniel Taylor and Ronald Hoekstra

    Here are the stories of six children born too soon--true stories of women, men and tiny children exploring the meaning of life, death and faith. Written by Daniel Taylor from extensive interviews, each story arises out of the practice of Dr. Ronald Hoekstra at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Enter the neonatal intensive care unit, a place of drama, heartache, waiting and joy.

  • Living the Christian Year
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    Living the Christian Year

    Time to Inhabit the Story of God

    by Bobby Gross

    Bobby Gross presents chapters on each season of the liturgical year, accompanied by weekly devotions based on the Sunday readings of the lectionary cycle. His book offers a flexible weekly format, designed to let you break the devotions down any way you want to.

  • Living the Christian Year Living the Christian Year
    ebook

    Living the Christian Year

    Time to Inhabit the Story of God

    by Bobby Gross

    Bobby Gross presents chapters on each season of the liturgical year, accompanied by weekly devotions based on the Sunday readings of the lectionary cycle. His book offers a flexible weekly format, designed to let you break the devotions down any way you want to.

  • Quiet Time
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    Quiet Time

    by InterVarsity Staff

    This guidebook by InterVarsity staff offers practical help for developing a regular and meaningful time for fellowship with God.

  • God and Time
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    God and Time

    Four Views

    Spectrum Multiview Book Series

    Edited by Gregory E. Ganssle
    Contributions by Paul Helm, Alan G. Padgett, William Lane Craig, and Nicholas Wolterstorff

    Editor Gregory Ganssle calls on four Christian philosophers to present and defend their views on the place of God in a time-bound universe. The positions taken up here include divine timeless eternity, eternity as relative timelessness, timelessness and omnitemporality, and unqualified divine temporality.

  • Wasting Time with God
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    Wasting Time with God

    A Christian Spirituality of Friendship with God

    by Klaus Issler

    asting Time with God Klaus Issler considers seven character traits and companion disciplines to develop in light of God's friendship with us in order to help us make more room in our lives for him.

  • Genesis in Space and Time
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    Genesis in Space and Time

    by Francis A. Schaeffer

    Francis Schaeffer challenges the modern skeptical view of Genesis as a collections of myths to show why the book?s first eleven chapters stand as a solid, space-time basis for responding to the questions that trouble our era.

  • The Living Church
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    The Living Church

    Convictions of a Lifelong Pastor

    by John Stott

    John Stott describes the characteristics of an "authentic" or "living" church that conserves Scripture and radically combines tradition and that convention called "culture." He presents the Bible's wisdom with a teacher's skill and applies it with a pastor's heart. Stott shows that becoming a living church is not an impossible goal.