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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SHANE CRASH OFFERS A POST-MODERN TALE OF DEPRESSION, LOSS, AND ULTIMATELY LOVE San Jose, CA, April 3, 2011 – Shane Crash has crafted a post-modern tale of depression, loss and redemptive love. Forest Life is the author’s semi-autobiographical tale of learning to overcome the terrible tragedy of the loss of a soul […]
Civitas Press is pleased to announce a new community project called, Soul Bare: Reflections on Becoming Human. This community project will be a collection of stories that explore people’s experiences with facing their fears and discovering the hidden human being underneath. Cara Sexton explains: “Standing emotionally naked before God and others, facing our fears and […]
TWO MOTHERS CRAFT A REDEMPTIVE APPROACH TO PARENTING A NEWBORN San Jose, CA, April 3, 2011 – Christian authors Megan Tietz and Laura Oyer have crafted a redemptive, freedom based approach to parenting a new born, which they share in Spirit-Led Parenting, From Fear To Freedom In Baby’s First Year. After reading all the spiritual […]
This is a second call for submission. The deadline for the Not Afraid community project has been extended to March 16th, 2012. For more information, please download the project doc.
Civitas Press is pleased to announce a new community project called, Finding Church. This community project will be a collection of stories that explore people’s experiences with leaving, changing, finding, and transforming church. The church is currently experiencing seismic shifts in how people think of church and get involved with church. On the one hand, […]
Former Pastor Highlights A Growing Problem When Ray Carroll fell from the ministry due to adultery over two years ago, he began reaching out to other fallen pastors for answers. He knew he had sinned, but was trying to make sense of how he had reached the point he had. His research ended with some […]