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Live in Grace, Walk in Love: A 365-Day Journey

By Bob Goff

Built on Bob's trademark storytelling and unique way of helping us to see things in a new way, Live in Grace, Walk in Love takes us through an entire calendar year of meditations on how we can step out in love and confidence in every aspect of our lives. 

Each of the 365 daily devotionals includes full, in-text Scripture references, is great to read on your own or with a family member and ends with thought-provoking questions to encourage journaling and prayer.

Unpunishable: Ending Our Love Affair with Punishment

By Danny Silk

Jesus came to show us a better way to respond to human messes—the way of repentance, reconciliation, and restoration. This way removes fear, shame, and punishment from people's lives, empowers them to deal with the root of their problems, and equips them to build a new lifestyle of walking in the light and protecting connection with God, themselves, and others. 

Unpunishable is a roadmap for walking out repentance, reconciliation, and restoration in our own lives, leading others in this journey, and creating punishment-free cultures of love in our lives, relationships, families, churches, and organizations.

The Google Infused Classroom: A Guidebook to Making Thinking Visible and Amplifying Student Voice 

By Holly Clark and Tanya Avrith

Looking for ways to use technology to improve learning outcomes and make lessons come alive? 

In this book, education technology experts Clark and Avrith provide examples and instructions for incorporating 20 of the best Google-friendly tools (including a special bonus section on digital portfolios) that will help teachers transform their teaching and empower their students through technology. This is a great resource for online and remote learning.

Reborn: How Encountering Jesus Changes Everything

By Clayton King

With deep compassion, King shares the compelling stories of 12 broken people who came face-to-face with Jesus in the New Testament and got a second chance at life. A respected religious leader, an ostracized woman, a despised embezzler, a condemned thief—all of them flawed, sinful, full of regret—encountered Jesus and were never the same. Along with their stories, King shares contemporary stories of people struggling with addiction, lust, greed, and depression, showing that Jesus still meets people right where they are and changes them from the inside out.

(The ideas and information presented in these books recommended by CEAI members may not represent the views and opinions of CEAI.)


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