Faith, family and friends help a mother endure cancer treatment – and train for a triathlon.
Publishers of two major Christian diet books say it's time to ramp up sales again.
Bible Publishers Entice Across Generations with Color, Sound, Graphics and Video
Speculative fiction is a tough sell in the Christian market.
Brandon Mull's Fablehaven books, set on a preserve for magical creatures in Connecticut, are so hot that he represented Borders at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, the nation's largest.
With a new album gone platinum, sold-out stops on a tour that starts Feb. 21 and appearances on national television, it looks like American Idol Taylor Hicks' fortune won't sour anytime soon.
"Friends: A Love Story" recounts married actors Courtney B. Vance and Angela Bassett's romance and religious evolution.
We partook in two chef-owned restaurants in one evening of pleasure.
Some quilt-makers find their craft to be a spiritually enriching practice.
When friendship lasts over the course of a lifetime, it is a gift of the highest order.
Three new books explore what happens after life ends.
They may intend to inspire, but spiritual memoirists still have to deal with family members' feelings.
Crab Trap brags on its steaks, but we would never think of ordering anything but seafood.
People who like to eat well and shop upscale will feel well-treated in this new shopping district.
Five cool places to visit in Manatee County.
Authors say there is something to be learned from luminaries' bad behavior.
A best-selling, Generation X Christian author recounts how his dad's departure helped shape him.
The latest Left Behind book was released on 6-6-6.
There are signs readers might be getting weary of conservative books.
We bring out-of-staters, so they can view the Gulf, listen to live music, eat seafood, and sit with their toes in the sand.
Tim Bascom writes a memoir about his boyhood as a missionary kid in Ethiopia.
Freddy and Gilles Canesse are rising stars in the French sport of pétanque.
Q & A about memoir of growing up fatherless
In a heavily published topic, how can books stand out?
New books explore the Lord's Prayer and the power of praying in Jesus' name.
When the Supremes officially disbanded in 1977, Wilson was the only member to have stayed from the start to the end.
Without Narnia, there would be no Harry Potter.
Previous screen appearances have been limited to lower-budget television versions.
Rick Warren has issued a statement denying he opposed publication of 'Pyromarketing.'
Even though they have Christian themes, the Chronicles of Narnia are taught in U.S. public schools without controversy--mostly.
HarperBusiness will publish Greg Stielstra's book with its case-study of "The Purpose-Driven Life."
Chuck Norris in New Book, TV Deal
Professional caregiver Nancy Procell is a companion and a comfort to both her clients and their families.
What happens when a top-selling author wants changes in another writer's book?
The Irish tenor honors his folks in a couple of the most moving songs on his new solo album.
Two publishers pulled out all the stops for their star pastors.
Books question the pressure on Christian moms to be faultless.
For parents of small children who have asthma or allergies, nebulizers have become standard equipment.
Awards might encourage quality, but they have little impact on book sales.
There are still risks for scholars writing for general readers, but in today's world, authoritative voices are prized.
Word-of-mouth and celebrity endorsements launched Eckhart Tolle to success.
New religious books address ethics in business, leadership, money matters and work.
Academic studies of the links between religion and the environment are a fairly recent but growing development.
A growing number of books explore religions’ common threads.
Despite sales, talent and teen readers, Christian stores ignore graphic novels.
Claims of cloning have made UFO religions big news, and a raft of scholarly books is poised to ride the waves.
The TV movie softens the specifically Christian approach taken in both NewSong's crossover hit and the subsequent novel by Donna VanLiere
It's the letters from the "scribes" -- unpaid correspondents -- that keep subscribers eager for The Budget to arrive.
Sarah York wrote a resource for people who want to express sorrow and memorialize loved ones, but don't know how.