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As soon as it gets chilly outside, there’s nothing that sounds more relaxing than diving into a good book in front of the fire. Add in some hot chocolate and a blanket, and voila, the perfect day. We have some great books in our Home Market we would recommend for this season.
Happy cozy reading day to you!
“My heart’s desire for my book “Tailor Made” is to articulate, reveal and explore how we can actually discover our true identity in Christ. In the book, I unpack the power of replacing the faulty and dangerous labels we’ve allowed to stick to our lives, and uncover the keys to truly flourishing and succeeding in life no matter where we came from or how difficult life has been. This is my story, it’s my community and it’s our true-life conversations and journeys – and I’m presenting our struggles and breakthroughs to explain and encourage those going through the same trials and tribulations. It’s time to remove the enemy’s labels on our lives in order to uncover our true identities—the people God created us to be!”
All That Is Made is a guide for readers exploring the intersection of creativity and faith. Humans are creative; it is a quality embedded in the fabric of our being, and a reality that reflects our existence as being made in the image of God.
This book encompasses Alabaster’s lived experience as a creative company for the past four years. It is a first step, the beginning of a conversation that allows readers to engage their faith and creativity against the larger backdrop of the God who has made all that is made.
Jim Ravella and Ginger Gilbert Ravella each faced the unthinkable, the loss of their spouses at a young age. Between them, they were left with seven children to raise alone. They recently documented their journey in a new book, Hope Found. Their prayer is that by sharing their story through their book and this ministry, The Anchor of Hope, they can be a source of hope by pointing you to the ultimate source of their hope – Jesus Christ the Lord.
The American South is a place steeped in conviction and tradition. We think of sweet tea, thick drawls, and even thicker summer air. It is also a place with a fraught history, complicated social norms, and dated perspectives. Yet among the makers and artists of the South, there is a powerful movement afoot. Author and celebrated photographer Alyssa Rosenheck shines a much-needed spotlight on a burgeoning community of people, who have both old and new ties to the South, and who are taking what’s beloved, inherent, and honored in the culture and making it their own.
Touring more than thirty interiors, the book includes striking photography and interviews with the designers, artists, celebrity chefs, authors, and creative entrepreneurs who are reinventing Southern culture, including Shea McGee, Alex Elle, Bobby Berk, Erin Napier, Kimberly Lewis, Leanne Ford, Holly Williams, Maneet Chauhan, Gray Malin, Clea Shearer, Joy Wilson, Elsie Larson, Ruthie Lindsey and many more.
Rosenheck also shares her accessible tips for styling and soulful thoughts for living a creative life, so that you can create your own New Southern home and lifestyle. A celebration of creativity and community. The New Southern Style is sure to inspire the home and soul, no matter where you live.
Every classic film features iconic images that are unforgettable to movie lovers, from the house on the hill from Psycho to Pulp Fiction‘s the Big Kahuna burger to the giant dinosaur sculptures of Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. In Name That Movie, celebrated illustrator Paul Rogers tests our visual knowledge of the world of cinema, highlighting both obscure and instantly recognizable references to 100 classic films, from the golden age of cinema to the blockbusters of today. The rules of the game are simple: each film gets six line drawings, delivered in sequence, and-here’s the clincher-no movie stars. Complete with answer key and index, this elegant gift book will delight cinephiles who will see their favorite films in a whole new light.