Collaborations

​Dr. Jamie Aten, a leading researcher in the psychology of disaster recovery, learns some profound and counterintuitive lessons after he is struck by stage IV colon cancer. His ordeal taught him counterintuitive truths about how we can sustain ourselves when burdened with seemingly unbearable suffering. A Walking Disaster is ultimately an inspirational story about the power of the human spirit to endure trauma with courage.
In his first ever book, The IF in Life: How to Get Off the Sidelines and Into the End Zone, NFL running back and Dancing with the Stars champion Rashad Jennings shares his inspiring story and experiences, imparts practical advice, and encourages readers to follow their dreams.
​International speaker and TEDx presenter Chloe Howard shares her story of overcoming injustice, battling self-doubt, and rising up to speak out, fueled by a powerful encounter with Bono from the band U2. Chloe shares how faith enabled her to endure physical and emotional pain, spurring readers to delve into authenticity and stand beautiful. READ MORE
​The gun was never supposed to go off. But high on meth and dulled by liquor, Ron Hammer was holding the gun when he killed the father of Phillip Robinson. Over three decades Ron and Phillip came to discover not only that they both needed to be set free, but that—in God’s unlikely economy of redemption—their liberation was bound up with one another. READ MORE
​Track and field champion Sanya Richards-Ross knows what it takes to achieve the impossible. With multiple Olympic gold medals and World Championship accolades, Sanya has long been a role model for young runners around the world. In her first-ever book for young adults, Sanya shares her advice and wisdom when it comes to chasing your dreams.
When a baby's body is found in an urban dumpster, one woman's life changes forever...read more
Like a lot of young women, Tiffany Smiling had been assured that the path to fulfillment looked like the one she’d seen in her favorite movies: She’d be swept away by a soul mate, live in a southern estate, and start a family.

But Tiffany’s story unfolded quite differently...read more
 

Margot's Books

The regular stuff of our lives—the commute to work and the potlucks and errands—are the exact places in which we express and experience God’s love for a world in need... read more
If your family is feeling drained from the time and money you're pouring into youth sports...  read more
The Girl in the Orange Dress describes the journey of one woman who held it together through a rocky childhood and, after finding her birthparents as a young adult, began to come unglued... read more
Although the world tries to squeeze women into its binding Barbie-mold, the bodies God calls good weren’t made to be viewed... read more
Does the face you've given to God resemble the human ones that formed you? Or are you able to see someone different? ...read more
Margot wanted to catch a glimpse of the kind of grace that would actually be received by those in bars, strip clubs, a tent community, and at drag queen bingo... read more

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​Should you write about your mission trip to serve those in material poverty?  Admissions officers from the country’s best Christian colleges and universities detail exactly what they want—and don’t want—to see in your application essay! Buy yours HERE