Imogen's Chance by Paula Vince (Even Before Publishing, April 2014)
Imogen longs to make up for past mistakes before she can move on. She quietly resolves to help the Dorazio family, whose lives she accidentally upset. When she visits Asher she discovers he is facing a crisis of his own. A sensitive story about misplaced loyalty, celebrating life and falling in love.
Cambodian Harvest by Rhonda Pooley (Even Before Publishing, April 2014)
A single woman in her sixties travels to Cambodia to set up a dried fruit factory - a project to provide landmine survivors with an income and hope. Overcoming official corruption, cultural prejudice and minimal financial support, her inspirational story will challenge everyone who thinks they are too broken or too old to make an impact for God in this world.
Better than a Superhero by Belinda Francis, illustrated by Kayleen West (Even Before Publishing, April 2014)
Who is better than a superhero? Find out about Jesus as you explore what he did and who he was. And most importantly how he can be your best friend!
From Head to Toe: Men and Their Roles in the First Two Generations of Christianity by Ross Saunders (Acorn Press, April 30, 2014)
From Head to Toe invites us to into the world of men in the first two generations of Christianity as they come to terms with what it means to follow Jesus. We share in their struggles and triumphs as they make the journey ‘from head to toe’ – from status-seeking to serving.
Ross Saunders shows us how to read the New Testament with new eyes and hearts, exploring our own understanding of authority, leadership and service within the household of God.