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ENOUGH Silencing the Lies That Steal Your Confidence

by Sharon Jaynes | Read by Susie Berneis

Dreamscape | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

In this powerful audiobook, narrator Susie Berneis provides an uplifting voice to guide listeners to reject the lies that steal their confidence. Her voice is calming, allowing listeners to absorb the important suggestions for stepping away from the falsehoods that lead people to believe they're not good enough and stepping into truths that lead to more fulfilling lives. While... Read More


EYEWITNESS TO MIRACLES Watching the Gospel Come to Life

by Randy Clark | Read by Milton Bagby

Thomas Nelson | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

This latest audiobook by Randy Clark, founder of Global Awakening, an interdenominational ministry, is narrated in a compelling tone by narrator Milton Bagby. Presenting evidence of miraculous healings in modern times and using scripture to remind believers that God is still in the work of restoring hurt people, Clark's message prompts newfound reverence for the Lord. Bagby... Read More


THE GOLDEN THREAD Experiencing God's Presence in Every Season of Life

by Darlene Zschech | Read by Darlene Zschech

Thomas Nelson | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Darlene Zschech is a powerhouse of Christian music, preaching, and writing, so who better to narrate her audiobook? With a beautiful Australian accent, Zschech takes on the hard parts of life and delivers words of comfort and joy for every one of its seasons. Whether she's confronting breast cancer or just the regular challenges of a busy modern life, her narration provides a... Read More


THE SOUL OF SHAME Retelling the Stories We Believe About Ourselves

by Curt Thompson | Read by Jim Seybert

Two Words Publishing, LLC | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Narrator Jim Seybert brings the gravitas and healing tone needed to truly absorb the power of this audiobook. Listeners should be prepared for a serious experience, as this audiobook will ask them to do the work of analyzing the internal stories they tell about themselves while exploring the science behind the concept and experience of shame. Seybert's narration is calming and... Read More


TO SHAPE A NEW WORLD Essays on the Political Philosophy of Martin Luther King Jr.

by Tommie Shelby [Ed.], Brandon M. Terry [Ed.] | Read by Kevin Kenerly, Priya Ayyar, Cary Hite, Robin Miles, Carrington MacDuffie

Blackstone Audio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

With critical authors and talented narrators, this anthology explores the philosophical underpinnings of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, work. The purpose is to more fully understand his ideas in the context of his time and to examine how they might be comprehended and applied to the present. No singular narrator steals the show, but, rather, each is well paired with the essays that... Read More


UNSHAKABLE HOPE Building Our Lives on the Promises of God

by Max Lucado | Read by Ben Holland

Thomas Nelson | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

No stranger to Christian author Max Lucado's audiobooks, narrator Ben Holland takes on Lucado's most recent title with renewed vigor. Having narrated more than 25 titles by Lucado, Holland now delves into this one with a strong sense familiarity. From the very beginning, listeners are swept into the audiobook by Holland's deep voice, academic sounding yet friendly in tone. With... Read More


WHY I HATE GREEN BEANS And Other Confessions About Relationships, Reality TV, and How We See Ourselves

by Lincee Ray | Read by Lincee Ray

Oasis Audio | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Popular blogger Lincee Ray invites listeners to follow along as she walks them through a life full of insecurities. As narrator, her voice, with its endearing Texas drawl, instantly sets listeners at ease as they learn about her earliest memories of green beans, why she came to hate them so much, and other crazy things that have happened in her life. Ray keeps listeners on the... Read More



by Paul F. Knitter | Read by Paul Brion

Tantor Media | Unabridged
Philosophy & Religion

Paul Brion sounds like a personable cleric as he narrates this illuminating look at how Christian teachings can be reframed to be less literal and more consistent with the Buddhist view of the human condition. His colorful phrasing palette and obvious connection with these ideas radiate authentic wisdom and inspire curiosity. This is personal writing about the former priest's... Read More

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