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Jessica LaGrone

Jessica LaGrone is the Dean of the Chapel at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. She is an acclaimed pastor, teacher, speaker, and writer whose engaging communication style endears her to groups throughout the United States. A native of Texas, Jessica is an ordained pastor in the United Methodist Church. Her previous books include Inside the Miracles of Jesus, Broken and Blessed, and Namesake.
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  • The Engines of God Humans call them Monument-Makers. An unknown race, they left stunning, alien statues encoded with strange inscriptions that defy translation scattered on distant planets throughout the galaxy. Searching for clues about the Monument-Makers, teams of twenty-third-century linguists, historians, ... Read Book
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  • Voice of Rebellion The first-ever biography of Mozhdah Jamalzadah: refugee, pop singer, and champion of women’s rights Many have tried to silence her, but Mozhdah Jamalzadah remains the most powerful female voice of her generation in Afghanistan, boldly speaking out about women’s rights. Voice of Rebellion charts ... Read Book
  • The Curse of Mabb’s Farm Up on the hill above Cherringham sits Mabb’s Farm. It’s a place with a dark history dating back to the seventeenth century—a time when locals lived in fear of the devil, and witches were burnt at the stake. Legend has it that the farm—and all who live there—are cursed with misfortune. But ... Read Book

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