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Bread for the Day 2018 This popular devotional (edited by Dennis Bushkofsky) continues to offer readers the New Revised Standard Version daily lectionary texts, a prayer and a hymn designated for each day of 2018. You will also find blessings for special occasions, including a well-timed “Blessing for the Home at Epiphany.” Information on festivals and commemorations, in addition to a variety of prayers for individuals, families and children, are available in this useful volume. Pages are also designated to record your special prayer requests (Augsburg Fortress, 2017; augsburgfortress.com).


Surviving the Bible: A Devotional for the Church Year 2018 Looking for something different as a devotional for 2018? A new title in the popular “Theology for the People” series, Surviving the Bible is not your typical daily devotional. Written by Christian Piatt to capture interest and deepen understanding of the Bible in plain language, Surviving includes definitions, examples and points to ponder along the way, with a bit of humor on the side. Devotions follow lectionary readings and include prayer. Filled with current language and pop- culture connections, Surviving will help you discover thoughtful new ways to engage Scripture (Fortress Press, 2017; fortresspress.com).


This Child of Faith: Raising a Spiritual Child in a Secular World Despair seeks to threaten our security when killings and natural disasters take place with all-too- frequent regularity. How do we raise our children to live in faith when perhaps we, too, struggle with questions? Authors Sophfronia Scott and her son, Tain Gregory, testify to the challenges they’ve faced in this memoir. Tain is now a student at Newtown Middle School,


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