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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…
What Children's Publishers Read at Home with Kids
We asked children’s publishers to tell us about a book they’d especially enjoyed reading with a child in their lives.
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Do you want to publish a book but are afraid to “go public?” Having to step out from behind your anonymity and into the spotlight is a sc...
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Following in the footsteps of the most successful people means realizing that time is a precious commodity. Take advantage of every moment of your day.
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Sephora to shut down stores for inclusivity workshops
Sephora is shutting down more than 400 stores on June 5 for company-wide inclusion workshops as part of its "We Belong to Something Beautiful" brand positioning.
How to Harvest and Store Asparagus
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