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Christmas Gift List: 5 great reads to buy for the Christian book-lover in your life

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Christmas is just around the corner and you, like lots of others, may still be wondering what to get your Christian loved ones and friends.

Well, if there are a few book-lovers on your list, EEW Magazine is sharing 5 great reads just in time for last minute shopping.

#1 KJV Apply the Word Study Bible

Thomas Nelson Bibles recently released the Apply the Word Study Bible in the King James Version and Bible enthusiasts on your list will love it! It features sidebar articles and full-color design. It brings the word of God alive and sheds light on difficult-to-understand principles and passages, making daily, practical application so much easier.

#2 Priscilla Shirer’s The Prince Warriors

Here’s an awesome book for the tween and teen fiction lovers on your Christmas list. In April, trusted Bible teacher and New York Times Best-selling author Priscilla Shirer put out The Prince Warriors, the first book in a trilogy that brings to life the invisible struggle going on in the spiritual realm in an exciting, adventure-filled way. Moms everywhere are raving about the book based on Ephesians 6:10–18 that is rooted in the word of God, yet loads of fun to read.

#3 Belle Calhoune’s Reunited at Christmas

In this day and age, salacious, drama-filled and unhealthy themes are prevalent in many adult best-selling fiction books. But you don’t have to compromise your faith convictions to enjoy a bit of romance and entertainment. Reunited at Christmas (Love Inspired Books) by Inspirational Romance author, Belle Calhoune, is full of Christian themes, suspense, romance and page-turning drama. This one’s on EEW Magazine’s must-read list for fiction aficionados.

#4 Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin The Wait

Know a Christian single who wants to honor God with their body by waiting for marriage to have sex? Grab them a copy of Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin’s New York Time Best-seller, The Wait. This recommended book will give them some strength to hang in their during cuffing season by giving spiritual and practical tips for celibacy, without being overly preachy.

#5 Ayesha Curry’s The Seasoned Life

Know a Christian foodie? Well, who doesn’t? Sow one of the most family friendly and easiest delicious recipe-filled cookbooks on the market into their life. The Seasoned Life: Food, Family, Faith, and the Joy of Eating Well by Ayesha Curry shares 100 of the Food Network star’s favorite recipes and invites readers into the home she has made with her two daughters and her NBA husband Stephen Curry. Her Cast Iron Biscuits, Smoked Salmon Scramble, Homemade Granola, Mom's Chicken Soup, Stephen's 5 Ingredient Pasta, and more, won’t disappoint.

Try these suggestions and confidently complete your Christmas gift-giving knowing you’ve put a smile on the faces of the Christian book-lovers in your life.

Merry Christmas!

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