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The Fourth Fisherman
by Joe Kissack
The true story of three fishermen adrift at sea impacts the life of a Hollywood executive lost in his own sea of despair. Their parallel journeys end up intersecting in an extraordinary story of hope and redemption.

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Joe Kissack
Joe Kissack is a speaker, author, screenwriter, film and television executive, publisher, and entrepreneur. His job descriptions cover a wide spectrum, from working on a farm and cleaning out refrigerated beef trucks to serving as a senior executive for Sony Pictures. His speaking engagements also vary, as he provides inspiration for charities, churches, and business conferences. Joe lives in Atlanta with Carmen, his wife of more than twenty-five years, and their two daughters.

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One Month to Live
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Everything Romance
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In The Next Christians, Lyons shows how a new wave of believers are turning the tide by bringing the truth of the Gospel to bear on our changing, secular society.

Every word of Jesus right at your fingertips.

One Month to Live
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Everything Romance
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Stop wasting precious time. Start living today as God created you to live—passionate, fully alive, without regrets.

Observe the way Jesus lived, it will revolutionize the way you live!

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The Pressure's Off
Available April 17, 2012
In The Pressure’s Off, best-selling author and counselor Larry Crabb introduces you to the New Way of living. God does not guarantee ease or convenience—or even a good outcome as the result of your obedience. But He does promise himself, no matter what the circumstances of your life.


 
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Cleaning House
Available May 8, 2012
When Kay Wyma realized that an attitude of entitlement had crept into her home, this mother of five got some attitude of her own. Cleaning House is her account of a year-long campaign to introduce her kids to basic life skills. From making beds to grocery shopping to refinishing a deck chair, the Wyma family experienced for themselves the ways meaningful work can transform self-absorption into earned self-confidence and concern for others.

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