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1. Climbing on Course (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Bernie May
The author, who served as director of Jungle Aviation and Radio Service (JARS), uses the ideas and principles of flying and aviation to share the lessons the Lord has taught him as a growing Christian. He shares his experiences with you hoping that you too will want to know the Lord better and learn what it means to mount up with wings as eagles.
Read by: Wayne Pederson
Approximate time: 1 hour 22 minutes
Subject categories: Christian Living
Catalog number: 212

2. Desiring God, Meditations of a Christian Hedonist (Audio DAISY Book)

By: John Piper
The love life of the believer for God is described in its various aspects and shows God's intricate design of all aspects of the believer's life in relating to and desiring the Divine Being, God.
Read by: Ann Thompson
Approximate time: 13 hours 13 minutes
Subject categories: Christian Disciplines, Discipleship, Doctrine and Theology
Catalog number: 271

3. How to Study the Bible (Audio DAISY Book)

By: James Braga
There is more than one way to study the Bible. In fact the nature or purpose of a particular study may determine the method you use. Such methods include geographical, biographical, historical, etc. The author presents a look at different Bible study methods.
Read by: Louis Duke
Approximate time: 7 hours 25 minutes
Subject categories: Bible Study
Catalog number: 53

4. Lifestyle Evangelism (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Joseph C. Aldrich
Evangelism is not something we do, it is what we are. The author\'s approach is biblical, practical, and natural. Lifestyle Evangelism is the definitive work in introducing people to the Savior in a way that displays God\'s authentic love for the lost.
Read by: Ann Thompson
Approximate time: 9 hours 52 minutes
Subject categories: Discipleship, Evangelism
Catalog number: 63

5. Hometown Tales, Recollections of Kindness, Peace and Joy, Book 3 in Porch Talk Series (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Philip Gulley
This quaker pastor from Indiana is a storyteller. He is more interested in communicating truth through his stories than conveying a set of cold, hard facts. He takes the reader back to what seems like a simpler time when people knew each other, folks cared for one another and wanted to do what was right. As you read these tales, perhaps they will stir up good memories in your good old days of yesteryear. If you're a younger reader, you might gain a new appreciation for these modern times in which you now live.
Read by: Bud Jacobs
Approximate time: 4 hours 26 minutes
Subject categories: Christian Living
Catalog number: 373

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