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3 New Faith-Based Books Worth a Look

3 new faith-based books

2020 brings a bunch of new books to the marketplace including these three faith-based books from Max Lucado, Lynette Eason and Susan May Warren.

Jesus: The God Who Knows Your Name

Jesus: The God Who Knows Your Name

Max Lucado
Thomas Nelson

From the Publisher:
For thirty-three years Jesus felt everything you have ever felt. Weakness. Weariness. Sadness. Rejection. His feet got tired. And his head ached. He was tempted and his strength was tested. And you know why? Because in becoming human, Jesus made it possible for us to see God. His tears, God’s tears. His voice, God’s voice. Want to know what matters to God? Find out what matters to Jesus. Want to know what in the world God is doing? Ponder the words and life of Jesus.

For more than three decades, pastor and bestselling author Max Lucado has shown us Jesus. In this capstone book, he takes us further on the journey to know the life and character of the Savior. Divided into six sections (Immanuel, Friend, Teacher, Miracle Worker, Lamb of God, Returning King), each containing multiple chapters, this book describes both the person Jesus was on earth and how to live in a personal relationship with him.

By exploring Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection as well as specific details like how he interacted with his friends and his enemies, what he did with time alone, how he acted at a party, this compilation from Max Lucado—now with original never-before-read content from Max—gives readers the chance to become more familiar with the man at the center of the greatest story ever told.

Collateral Damage

Lynette Eason
Revell

From the Publisher:
Former military pyschologist, Brooke Adams was honorably discharged from the army after an explosion nearly killed her. She has now set up shop to help others, but her days of helping military personnel are over. She continues to battle her own nightmares and realized she is not equipped to take on more.

Former Army Special Ops Sergeant First Class Asher James knows he needs help. Although he could handle anything that war sent his way-terrorists, bombs, bullets-the thing that scares him the most is sleep. As the shadows close in, the nightmares begin.

Asher makes an appointment with a counselor. When he arrives at Brooke’s office, she isn’t there-but a dead body is. It soon becomes clear that Brooke was the real target of the attack- and that her secrets go even deeper than his own. Asher vows to protect her no matter what. Now on the run, they realized they must uncover these powerful secrets before they both end up dead.

The Way of the Brave

Lynette Eason
Revell

From the Publisher:
Former military pyschologist, Brooke Adams was honorably discharged from the army after an explosion nearly killed her. She has now set up shop to help others, but her days of helping military personnel are over. She continues to battle her own nightmares and realized she is not equipped to take on more.

Former Army Special Ops Sergeant First Class Asher James knows he needs help. Although he could handle anything that war sent his way-terrorists, bombs, bullets-the thing that scares him the most is sleep. As the shadows close in, the nightmares begin.

Asher makes an appointment with a counselor. When he arrives at Brooke’s office, she isn’t there-but a dead body is. It soon becomes clear that Brooke was the real target of the attack- and that her secrets go even deeper than his own. Asher vows to protect her no matter what. Now on the run, they realized they must uncover these powerful secrets before they both end up dead.

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