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  1. A Boy Grows in Brooklyn

    / JUN 2014

    A Boy Grows in Brooklyn is an educational and spiritual memoir that recounts stories from life in the Midwood interfaith neighborhood during the fifties and sixties. It shares spiritual... read more »
  2. A Given Life

    / MAR 2017

    Pivoting upon her ten-year stay as a missionary in Rwanda, in this memoir McAllister reflects deeply on her experiences of redemption and transformation. A Given Life: The Encouragement of... read more »
  3. A Luta Continua . . . (The Struggle Continues)

    / JUL 2016

    From battling apartheid to saving the environment, fighting racism to urging tax justice, and Sunday preaching to visiting the sick, this book tells the story of nearly fifty years of active church... read more »
  4. A Riff of Love

    / OCT 2018

    Surprising teachers. Tragic losses. Unexpected gifts. Every neighborhood has stories, and ways of singing the stories of their place. Start digging in, and you find all sorts of music. In a... read more »
  5. A Wildflower Thrives in Florida

    / APR 2019

    Julie Woodley understands trauma. From physical and sexual abuse as a child, to abortion, the murder of a dear friend, brain injury, a brain tumor, and cancer, as well as two broken marriages, she... read more »
  6. Before I Forget

    / MAR 2019

    Who would ever imagine that an eighteen-year-old who began his career teaching thirty-two eight-year-olds in a state school in an insignificant city in the remote South Pacific would end up on the... read more »
  7. Children Belong in Families

    / NOV 2018

    For too long, the world’s lonely and vulnerable children have been forgotten and ignored. Millions of children are abandoned for a life on the streets or live with unsafe families or in... read more »
  8. Confessions of a Streetwalker

    / MAY 2016

    In 2005 my wife, Jan, and I moved into a condo along the shores of Lake Washington. Even though I had served as President of Seattle Pacific University back in the 1970s, I was unknown on the... read more »
  9. Cops, Cons, and Grace

    / JAN 2018

    A decade ago Brian Cahill became the victim of the greatest tragedy any parent can endure with the loss of his firstborn son, a veteran police officer in the aftermath of a painful divorce, to... read more »
  10. Cracking the Pot

    / OCT 2012

    In this engrossing memoir, Christine Berghoef takes us on a journey exploring the simplicity and complexity of faith. Growing up certain she knew what life with God entailed, Berghoef soon found... read more »

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