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Reconciling a Divided Korea: An Interview with Ben Torrey

A friend told me about people on the mountain who shared life in comradeship, and I hurried to see for myself. I Rounded a bend in the trail, and they came out to meet me, and it was as if peace was reaching toward me through their welcoming faces.

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Seeking Peace: Notes and Conversations along the Way

By Johann Christoph Arnold. Where can we find peace of heart and mind – with ourselves, with others, and with God? There is a peace greater than self-fulfillment, Arnold writes, a peace greater than nations no longer at war. But it will demand courage, vision, and commitment. Seeking Peace explores many facets of humankind’s ageless search for peace. It plumbs a wealth of spiritual traditions and draws on the wisdom of some exceptional (and some very ordinary) people who have found peace in surprising places. Read More

“Seeking Peace is a tough, transcendent envisioning of peace. Arnold writes in the tradition of the Berrigans, Simone Weil, and Thomas Merton.”–Jonathan Kozol


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Six Months to Live

By Daniel Hallock. A month before his wedding, twenty-two-year-old Matt Gauger was diagnosed with lymphoma. This is the story of how Matt and his family and friends struggled to accept his suffering and imminent death, and how it changed each of them. Hallock draws the reader into the experience from every perspective – in the words of Matt’s wife, parents, brother, doctor, pastor, friends, and colleagues – to show how our lives can take on new depth of meaning when we realize that our days are numbered and face (rather than avoid) life’s most important questions. Read More

“Deep, fascinating, theologically rich.…” –Christianity Today
“Powerful.…It is rare to be invited on such an intimate journey.” –N. Gordon Cosby



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The Awakening: One Man’s Battle with Darkness

By Friedrich Zuendel. When a pastor agrees to counsel a tormented woman in his congregation, all hell breaks loose. But that is only the beginning of the drama that ensues. The Awakening provides a rare glimpse into how forces of good and evil play themselves out in the lives of the most ordinary people, and reminds us that those forces still surround us today, whether we are awake to them or not. Read More

“Anyone who has doubts about spiritual warfare must read this book.” –Tony Campolo
“A riveting testimony to the power of prayer and repentance.” –Charisma Magazine



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Freedom from Sinful Thoughts

By J. Heinrich Arnold. We don’t talk about them, but all of us have them – private jealousies, resentments, fantasies, and temptations. For over four decades, Arnold’s sensitive wisdom has helped thousands of readers battle these unwanted thoughts. Drawing on the words of Jesus and on his own experience as a pastor, Arnold guides the reader from frustration, guilt, and self-doubt to single-minded freedom and peace in Christ. Read More

“Arnold’s deep-rootedness in Christ makes him a very wise, a very safe, and a very challenging guide.” –Henri J. M. Nouwen



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