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B&H to release authorized Elisabeth Elliot biography based on unpublished, private journals by bestselling author Ellen Vaughn

Jenaye White

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Jun 8th

B&H Publishing is proud to announce the forthcoming release of an authorized biography of one of the most influential Christians of the 20th century, Elisabeth Elliot. In writing “Becoming Elisabeth Elliot,” “New York Times” bestselling author Ellen Vaughn used Elliot’s private, unpublished journals and candid interviews with her family and friends to paint the adventures... continue reading >>

Pastor Tony Merida offers help for strained relationships during COVID-19 in his latest book, “Christ-Centered Conflict Resolution”  

Jenaye White

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Jun 1st

In a global pandemic, being quarantined with family members and navigating interrupted schedules is a recipe for conflict in many relationships. Pastor and author Tony Merida helps Christians apply biblical principles to their current stressful situations and find more peace in their relationships in his latest book, “Christ-Centered Conflict Resolution: A Guide for Turbulent Times”... continue reading >>

‘Biblical love—not just passion and desire—is key to enduring marriage,’ says Bob Lepine, marriage and family expert and veteran radio host, in his new book, “Love Like You Mean It”  

Jenaye White

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May 18th

In a culture where love is defined by pop songs and romantic comedies, it’s not surprising that many marriages don’t last, and many married couples are struggling to stay together. Bob Lepine, marriage and family expert and host of the nationally syndicated radio program “FamilyLife Today®,” gives couples a biblical understanding of genuine love in... continue reading >>

Author Sophie Hudson brings humor, sass and spiritual insight to “Stand All the Way Up,” her new book on standing strong when life gets hard 

Jenaye White

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May 4th

Middle school. The middle of labor and delivery. The middle of the project or the cross-country road trip. The middle of anything is the hard part; starting is energizing and the finishing is rewarding. But the middle can seem endless, thankless and maybe even a little bit pointless. That’s where endurance gets tough. For beloved... continue reading >>