Recent Releases

[Un]Intentional
Doug Smith

Most of us are unintentional with screens, but tech industry architects intentionally make their content distracting, manipulative, and addictive.

[Un]Intentional shows how our obsession with screens often takes us—unintentionally—to places we regret. It reveals the way many apps, games, and videos are designed to entice us to make decisions and form harmful habits that profit the creators at our expense.

[Un]Intentional helps you break free by guiding you through proven biblical practices to reclaim your thought life, make good decisions, and fulfill your God-given mission.

Paperback: 204 pages
Credo House Publishers

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Naughty Pants Believes a Lie
Deb Woodard

Naughty Pants discovers he was made for a purpose and is dearly loved.

Paperback: 24 pages
Credo House Publishers

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Looking for God
Ammie Bouwman

Where is God? Look for Him all around in this engaging, rhythmical story, filled with colorful and inspirational photography from all over the United States and abroad, helping you find God where He’s been all along . . . in your heart.

Paperback: 24 pages
Credo House Publishers

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Living on the Waves
Ammie Bouwman

Ammie Bouwman is one who seeks to keep company with Jesus—and it shows in her devotional writings. Living on the Waves invites you to sit and be with Jesus for a few moments in your day. Ammie shares what God has impressed on her in her sacred space with him. She also provides a space for readers to write down what they sense the Lord is putting on their heart—life-giving words to ponder and encourage throughout the day.

—Marilyn Hontz, author of Listening for God and Shame Lifter

Paperback: 400 pages
Credo House Publishers

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The Beast and the Beauty of Breast Cancer
Jennifer Kopald

Cancer is ugly: it hurts, steals, and destroys. But author Jennifer Kopald says she got way better hair when it was all over, and she thinks that is terrific revenge! This is a brutally honest (and sometimes funny) account of what the big “C” can do to the whole of a person and her family. The foundation of this book is the journal that Jennifer kept for over a year from her diagnosis through her treatment and recovery. For those who are facing the uphill climb—as the patient who has been diagnosed, as the caregiver holding her hand, or as the medical professional in her corner—Jennifer’s prayer is that you will encounter the goodness of God in surprising ways—just as she has and shares about in this story.

Paperback: 296 pages
Credo House Publishers

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Forgive and Forgotten
Donna Kemper

Forgive and Forgotten is a true story of caring for a difficult parent with Alzheimer’s. But there’s more. Throughout this story God turns hurt into forgiveness, pain into love, and shattered relationships into wholeness, helping to answer these questions:• How do we honor parents who are difficult?

• How do we care for someone who never cared for us?

• What happens when we radically trust God enough to forgive?

• What happens when we really trust His promises?

There are books that talk about the sadness of losing a loved one, and others that address the practical aspects of caregiving. This book details a situation that’s not all that unusual but is not often discussed: caring for difficult people. How does God show up in the midst of that? Will we notice when He does? Will we open up our lives to seeing and hearing Him in the uproar of caring for someone you don’t even like?

Paperback: 136 pages
Credo House Publishers

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