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He Nourishes and Cherishes Her (Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.)
The words "nourish" and "cherish" in Ephesians 5 help us understand the meaning of true love—a love that Christ has for his church and that a husband is called to have for his bride.
How Long Will It Take to Read President Obama’s Essential Books? You Don’t Want to Know
POTUS gave WIRED his essential books list. This is how long it would take to read them.
How Brian Selznick Created a Delightful Book Trailer for ‘The Marvels’ (Exclusive Video)
The author made a miniature theater, a tiny paper ship and a little dragon with a bendable spine and bright red tongue, to bring his story to life.
Case study of one author's Amazon ranks
British indie author Jane Steen examines the impact of Amazon's imprints on the categories targeted by her self-published novels and learns interesting lessons
The 10 Steps that Establish Your Baby's Microbiome
Authors Toni Harman and Alex Wakeford explain how important natural birth and breastfeeding are in the "seeding and feeding" of your baby's microbiome.
Powell's Interview: Gabe Habash, Author of 'Stephen Florida' by Jill Owens
Gabe Habash's debut novel, Stephen Florida, begins: “My mother had two placentas and I was living off both of them. I was supposed
CNLP 049: Stop the Hate: How Christians Can Get Along When They Disagree. An Interview with Scott...
It seems Christian dialogue these days is characterized by a intolerance, misunderstanding and hatred. How do you love people you disagree with? How do you keep your cool when you have strong feelings? And what is our intolerance of each other doing to the mission of the church? Pastor and author Scott Sauls discusses how…
Restaurant revolutionizes the way brownies are sold
Corner pieces and center pieces should not be treated equally.
These Independent Publishers Are Challenging the Corporate Players
Why small publishers like Graywolf Press may one day steer the book industry.