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Love Hunger: A Harrowing Journey from Sexual Addiction to True Fulfillment

Love Hunger: A Harrowing Journey from Sexual Addiction to True Fulfillment

by Neil Anderson and David Kyle Foster

A True Story of Homosexuality, Hope and RedemptionHomosexuality, prostitution, pornography, cults--secret sins rival the glitter of Hollywood for young actor David Kyle Foster. Winning wholesome television roles, his star on the rise, he is relieved to be free from his father's harshness. But the desperate loneliness and sexual obsession that characteriz… Read more…

Who Holds the Key to Your Heart?

Who Holds the Key to Your Heart?

by Lysa TerKeurst, Neil Anderson and Lysa M. TerKeurst

Inside the hearts of most women lies a "secret place" containing hidden thoughts, painful experiences, and emotions that they feel are better left alone. But God wants to have all of their hearts and desires to set them free from guilt and shame. Lysa TerKeurst offers Who Holds the Key to You Heart? as a practical tool to help women identify th… Read more…

Spiritual Warfare for Women: Winning the Battle for Your Home, Family, and Friends

Spiritual Warfare for Women: Winning the Battle for Your Home, Family, and Friends

by Leighann McCoy and Neil Anderson

Evil is real, and Christian women know it. While most books on the topic of spiritual warfare take a charismatic approach, Spiritual Warfare for Women aims directly at the center of the evangelical market, giving instruction and assurance to all women who want to protect themselves and the ones they love. McCoy provides spiritual wisdom and practical tips on… Read more…

Freedom Tools: For Overcoming Life's Tough Problems

Freedom Tools: For Overcoming Life's Tough Problems

by Andy Reese, Neil Anderson and Jennifer Barnett

What do you say to someone who is hurting?How many times in everyday conversation do we struggle to comfort others in a troubled world? Christians should be "first responders," say Andy Reese and Jennifer Barnett, yet we lack the tools and confidence to reach out. We end up frustrated by our own inability to connect meaningfully and make a differen… Read more…